On Fri, Aug 29, 2003 at 08:24:17AM +0300, Brock Rozen wrote:
On Tue, 26 Aug 2003 at 13:38, Scott Wiersdorf wrote about "Re: Sendmail,...":
The procmail man page mentions that it should be returning a "Quota
exceeded while writing "x"" message, although I haven't ever seen this
happen on our systems (and I've seen the former messages happen a lot).
Try making sure your LOGFILE directive is not set anywhere before you
do your bounce. If LOGFILE is set, stderr will be written there first
and sendmail will only get procmail's return code (EX_CANTCREAT):
Ok, where is the "before you do your bounce" area?
It's where you deliver to their inbox (or terminate with a bogus HOST
assignment). Incidentally, I've found that even unsetting LOGFILE will
not return stderr to where it used to be. You'll simply need to remove
all mention of LOGFILE up to the point of the bounce and see if you
can get a cleaner bounce that way (unless someone else knows of a
better way of grabbing stderr).
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