Possible bug with spam permissions
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Wed Aug 24 09:02:19 IST 2005
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On 24 Aug 2005, at 08:58, Jan-Peter Koopmann wrote:
> On Wednesday, August 24, 2005 9:48 AM Julian Field wrote:
>> I don't agree. Your suggested code change will make the spam
>> quarantine be owned by the user/group used for the /var/spool/
>> MailScanner/incoming directories
> Yep. I misread WorkArea.pm.
>> , whereas it should be owned by the
>> user/group used for the quarantine.
> Correct. We agree and this is exactly what is not happening.
>> In MailScanner.conf, what are these set to:
> Incoming Work User =
> Incoming Work Group =
> Quarantine User =
> Quarantine Group = getqmail
> MTA = exim
> Run As User = mailnull
> Run As Group = mail
> Even if I am not able to provide the correct code segment, the
> current code clearly is wrong. Gid should correspond with
> "Quarantine Group" but it corresponds with "Run As Group".
It's possible the "6 0 6" is causing the problem, I can understand
why they do it.
Can you try adding 0 to the gid just before the chown line?
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