I’m trying to use courier maildrop in order to filter my incoming mail. I’ve been using it for quite sometime and I like it better than procmail.
Now, since I didn’t find maildrop within my host, I compiled it as I explain in http://wiki.dreamhost.com/Maildrop
I can deliver a message manually within the shell. However, when I try to deliver automatically, I get a bounce.
For automatic delivery I create the .forward.postfix file like this:
But I get a bounce stating:
<USER@SERVERmail-mx2.dreamhost.com> (expanded from
<MAIL@DOMAIN>): Command died with status 1:
(I tried also -d , but the results were the same)
It seems like a permissions problem, but I can’t think of anything else… I guess maildrop runs as the unix user, so it should work… just in case, I added –enable-trusted-users=102 (102 is the userid of postfix, but I keep getting the same error.
What can I be doing wrong?
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