Hello Rick

am Montag, 30. Juli 2007 um 18:08 schrieben Sie:

>> am Montag, 30. Juli 2007 um 00:41 schrieben Sie:
>>> [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:
>>>> Hello,
>>>> i hope this is the correct mailinglist for the question and perhaps
>>>> someone can help.
>>         command="/usr/bin/env - ${qmailsmtpd_postenv} /usr/pkg/bin/softlimit 
>> -m ${qmailsmtpd_datalimit} ${qmailsmtpd_pretcpserver} /usr/pkg/bin/argv0 
>> /usr/pkg/
>> bin/tcpserver ${name} ${qmailsmtpd_tcpflags}  -c `/usr/bin/head -1 
>> /etc/qmail/control/concurrencyincoming` -u `/usr/bin/id -u qmaild` -g 
>> `/usr/bin/id -g qmaild
>> ` ${qmailsmtpd_tcphost} ${qmailsmtpd_tcpport} ${qmailsmtpd_presmtpd} 
>> /usr/pkg/bin/qmail-smtpd ${qmailsmtpd_postsmtpd} 2>&1 | 
>> /usr/pkg/bin/setuidgid qmaill ${qm

> Hi,

> How is qmail going to read the .qmail-* files owned by vpopmail:vchkpw,
> and only readable by that user, if the user it is running as is qmaild ?

> Here my -u is the uid of vpopmail and the -g is the gid of vchkpw

you are right.

I changed " ... -u qmaild ..." to "-u 89" and "-g
qmaild"  to "-g 89".
This are uid/gids of vpopmail and vchkpw.
It works and there no entry in the logfile anymore.

But now the question is, why it works on the other systems with
If i find an answer i will post it in this newsgroup.

Thanks for your quick answers.

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