Don't know don't care. True is that there was no .courier file in user home
and DEFAULTDELIVERY=="| /usr/lib/courier/bin/maildrop"
First aid is to add .courier file to all users home. That's thing I have
and work only this way. May be there is something wrong e.g. owner of file
(owned by courier.courier) and courier was made by vmail user then su root
and make install. There is courier user and group created too. So all rights
are set by make install task.
I know there is something wrong in my install but what ?
But anyway thanks for your advices !!!
On Thu, 10 Aug 2000, Jan Mach wrote:
But I've decided that courier doesn't process mail using DEFAULTDELIVERY
It seems it never use maildrop.
You've decided wrong -- it certainly processes mail using DEFAULTDELIVERY
here, otherwise my mailing list traffic doesn't get sorted into