Jon Nelson on Thu, 18 Oct 2001 19:40:15 +0200

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Re: [PLUG] Trouble w/ procmail

On 18/10/01 13:14 -0400, gabriel rosenkoetter wrote:
> On Thu, Oct 18, 2001 at 01:02:36PM -0400, Jon Nelson wrote:
> > I have a .procmailrc file.  I've tried it with/without a .forward file.
> > procmail is set up as the local mail handler in the /etc/procmail/
yes that was a typo.  Should read: /etc/postfix/
> Why are you doing it this way?
> ('Cause it's supposed to be faster? Is it?)
> Most immediately, I'd blow away (well, comment) that setting, and
> just use the .forward method of calling procmail and make sure you
> have LOGFILE set to a file you can write to and LOGABSTRACT set to
> all in your .procmailrc. Don't try to sort any mail, just see that
> something's showing up this way.
Already setup that way and no logs are created at all.
> > I ran "strace -o error procmail" and then looked through the log.  The only
> > thing I could find that seemed like an error was
> > "connect(3,{sin_family=AF_UNIX, path="/var/run/.nscd_socket"}, 110) = -1
> > ENOENT (No such file or directory)".
> That's not a problem as long as you're not running nscd (name server
> cache daemon) on the local machine (in which that file had really
> better exist).
> -- 
>        ~ g r @

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