On Wed, 21 Dec 2005, Mr Duck wrote:
Where, to find out where the :0 is created?
I posted a reply to this earlier today, and for some reason
it didn't get posted to the list. So, here goes again:
Try looking in your mail queue directory. When I don't
provide paths to files on my mail system, it always stores
the files in /var/spool/mqueue. I don't know why this is.
Basically, I set up a test recipe that simply had :0 as the
filename, and it ended up in /var/spool/mqueue/:0.
So, look there. (=
Thanks Duck I got the condolences too :) So, I make
a little reserch:
When procmail log said:
procmail: Notified comsat: "uuddii(_at_)27181165:/:0"
Note the :/: in the comsat line, what does it mean?
The LASTFOLDER was:
Dec 16 00:09:03 gala procmail: 7D4574F882: lastfolder=:0
In normal cases:
procmail: Notified comsat: "uuddii(_at_)32954805:/var/spool/mail/uuddii"
No :/: or :anydirectory: in comsat line.
And the LASTFOLDER is:
Dec 22 03:29:44 gala procmail: 678EC4F882:
After I added the MAILDIR to the logger:
Dec 22 11:15:32 gala procmail: F35414F882:
Note the extra "/", it means that I had to find the file
in the root of the system - I didn't.
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