Roland Hill wrote:
I wonder if there are differences in how procmail is implemented (i.e.
compile-time options)? Personally, I always ran with DROPPRIVS=yes early
on as a precaution. A quick test verifies that at least on debian
testing/sarge, it seems to run with the receiving user's rights.
procmail: Error while writing to
procmail: Couldn't create or rename temp file
Could it be that this causes the whole 'process' to run as the user and
therefore no prevleges as such exist?
Am I back to delivering to a neutral place do you (and the list) think?
After experimenting a bit, I've settled on that approach:
| cat - >> /var/tmp/spamstore
I found that I could symlink to that location from my IMAP folder
directory, and as long a permissions are correct (I created an init
script to make sure), it works fine. Not sure, but I'd expect maildir to
Same here, all! This approach is far simpler, less error-prone, and no
doubt faster than forwarding.
Thanks for the pointers to date. Hope I have been clear enough.
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