I'm running DSPAM + Postfix + Procmail (latest) and have recently started
receiving bounces to ONE of my accounts along these lines:
Error while writing to "/var/spool/mail/mike" 16300: [Thu Sep 23 12:34:36
2004] LDA returned error, exit code: 73, LDA command line:
/usr/bin/procmail -d mike
#ls -al /var/spool/mail/mike
-rw-rw---- 1 mike mike 51105160 Sep 23 12:34 /var/spool/mail/mike
As you can see, that file is rather large. It is because I run imap not pop3
and don't delete any messages.
Now if I email to mike(_at_)domain(_dot_)com with just a little test email, it
delivered. If I send it a big mail (like with an attachment), then I get the
failure and the mail gets bounced.
Any ideas what could be causing this?
Other useful info...
uname -a : Linux shiraz 2.4.18-3custom #1 Wed Aug 28 21:07:58 BST 2002 i686
Postfix is slightly old: postfix-1.1.11-7
DSPAM : dspam-2.10.0
procmail mailing list Procmail homepage: http://www.procmail.org/