Problems writing to exim4's input directory after mail has been processed
mailscanner at ecs.soton.ac.uk
Mon Jan 5 11:39:21 GMT 2004
If you are using split exim spools, you need to set this in MailScanner.conf:
Split Exim Spool = yes
If you are not using split exim spools, you need to set this in
Split Exim Spool = no
At 11:05 05/01/2004, you wrote:
>Julian Field wrote:
>>I guess I should make it create all these directories at startup if they
>>don't already exist. What is the complete list of directories needed? 0-9
>>and a-z or A-Z or A-F or a-f or...?
>I just did a small test and exim4 seems not to like subdirectories under
>input too much, at least it gets rid off them any time a queue run occurs.
>Do you know why MailScanner tries to write the files into such subdiretories
>instead of placing them plainly into the input directory for the outgoing
>Could not open file >/var/spool/exim4_out/input/v/1AdSMv-0003NV-2K-D: No
>such file or directory
>Is this subdirectory necessary for any other client?
>Sorry, for not being of much help right now
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