At 22:08 2004-10-19 -0700, Jeffrey Cunningham wrote:
A few weeks back I asked about setting up a global /etc/procmailrc to
manage spam/virus filtering prior to individual users ~/.procmailrc
configurations being run. It is working fine except that when it puts
mail in the user's home directories, it sets the ownership to
root:mail, which breaks many user email clients (e.g. Thunderbird,
Sylpheed, Sylpheed-Claws, and Kmail).
I suspect this is only true when it is _creating_ the files, versus
appending to existing ones.
'man procmailrc' search for DROPPRIVS.
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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