On Wed, Oct 02, 2002 at 01:28:49AM -0400, Warrick FitzGerald wrote:
- If you have come from a $MS environment to a Linux environment where you
have 5 or 6 application dealing with your mail instead of $MS Outlook you
may understand why these configs are a little more daunting than what most
are used to.
O dear, do we have an atitude here, please luse it or you are in for
some bashing. Fred merely asked some very normal things and pointed out
that nobody can help you unless you provide some info. Let me see if
I can do the same for you. For starters, If you quote, please write
your aditions under the part you are responding to. And/Or snip irrelevant
- I appreciate your frustration, but if I have not turned on logging it is
because I could not find anything easily indicating how to do so. Upon
searching for that exact instruction I did now find a sample .procmailrc
file at the bottom of the man page that would have helped me. I was
expecting errors of this nature to be logged by default ...silly me thinking
that I would find errors in the /etc/log/errors file !
Did you also read that page and find the other important pages
man procmailrc (the log variable)
man procmailex (some great examples)
It might be wise to read these before asking anymore questions.
- The Mandrake distro does not seem to create a .procmailrc file in the
users account, nor does it have one in the /etc directory. So me as a newbie
has no idea to be honest, as to where it is getting the environment
variables it needs from.
Just a lucky guess, from the environment? More reading to do about your
Anyway I am running ext3, and will see if I can find out where disk quota as
But how about the actual error message?
Slowly and surely the unix crept up on the Nintendo user ...
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