Shane Chrisp a écrit :
> On Thu, 2008-05-01 at 17:33 +0200, Julien Escario wrote:
>> Sorry to bother you, but I'm near-scratching my lastest hairs ...
>> Actually, I have a Qmail + Vpopmail server which *seems* to go very well,
>> when a user is inexistant.
>> For exemple, when trying to send to [EMAIL PROTECTED], if foobar isn't a
>> user for
>> domain foo, the mail must be bounced or delete (depends on the choice in
>> .qmail-default), right ?
>> Ok, here, vdelivermail is holding (indefinitely) and not bouncing nor
>> (if at least it could die !).
>> So, the number of qmail-local processes increase ...
>> I have a very easy .qmail-default file :
>> | /var/lib/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' delete
>> I tried it with and without trailing <cr>.
>> I must add I've moved this machine from 2.4 to 2.6 (probably a clue).
>> Declared mailboxes are delivered.
>> Any clue on what's happening ?
>> Julien (and his few last hairs)
> What is showing in your logs?
Thanks for your answer.
I think it's my bigger problem : I have very few logs and I don't know to get
more verbosity without recompiling the whole vpopmail.
Actually, I have something like this :
@40000000481a14ac35d2f41c starting delivery 812: msg 180014 to local
@40000000481a14ac35d31744 status: local 9/10 remote 14/20
And no "did" after, nothing concerning delivery 812.
I was thinking to problem running qmail-queue :
myserver:/var/log/qmail-send# ls -lha /usr/sbin/qmail-queue
-rwsr-xr-x 1 qmailq qmail 8.5K Aug 18 2004 /usr/sbin/qmail-queue
setuid, is it right ?
AFAIK, after vdelivermail is called, nothing has to be done just redirect the
mail to /dev/null.
No really, I don't have any more idea.
Thanks for your help,