On 30-Mar-2009, at 16:50, James Butler wrote:
Move the VERBOSE=ON to the top, certainly before the MAILDIR and
DEFAULT assignments (although it appears you aren't using them).
6: deliver(user1): msgid=<49D1423C(_dot_)5000700(_at_)mydomain(_dot_)com>:
saved mail \
Notes on those maillog entries by line number:
No new file of any size in user2's maildir or subdirs.
Maybe procmail sent 0 bytes via deliver? But no new file of any
So $DELIVER reinjects the message into the postfix queue and it is
postfix that delivers the email, not procmail. Deliver works
otherwise, though? What does a regular deliver log line look like. I
would argue that if deliver is SAYING it is saving a mail to user2 and
is NOT, then something is wrong with deliver.
### /var/log/dovecot-deliver.log ###
deliver(user1): Info: msgid=<49D1423C(_dot_)5000700(_at_)mydomain(_dot_)com>: saved
# And yet, there is no new file in user2's mail directories :(
So this problem is not in procmail at all, is it?
BTW, do not use "mydomain.com" as a replacement for you domain. That
is a real domain with lots and lots of users. Use the provided
example.com example.net example.org or use an impossible domain like
There is something to be said for grace and respect but humour
alway helps - Toby Morris
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