On Wed, Sep 22, 2004 at 08:08:44AM -0700, Joey Lyman wrote:
Thanks for taking some time to help me out. Per your instructions I
change the following:
- Changed my variable name from MAILDIR to MAILROOT, which more
accurately represents what I wanted to use the variable for
- Changed my $SENDMAIL variable to $SM to not interfere with the
procmail-set one. Also removed the -io flags completely and only am
What's wrong with the procmail-set one?
using the -t flag
- cat and other progs are variables for security reasons, they are
pointing to binaries that are setup for this specific use. I currently
have those binaries set-uid to eliminate the possibility of
Even with these changes I get the same exact outcome in my log file,
and no autoresponder email sent. Do you think it is possible that my
set-uid binaries are causing some issue?
I do not know. Why don't you try it t'other way and see?
Anyway, the next thing I'd do is break things down and try
each command by itself to see if it works. Then start to
string them together again. If you don't know how to feed
messages to a test harness (also called a sandbox), check out
Sean Straw's page describing how.
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