So you're invoking Maildrop from Postfix, yes? I'm not familiar with
Postfix, so I can comment on the correctness of the invocation in your
I'd suggest a fallback to a simple debugging setup.
Create /tmp/maildrop.log with mode 666 and put the following lines in
your /etc/courier/maildroprc file
Log "User: $USER"
If you don't get _something_ in /tmp/maildrop.log then the invocation
from Postfix isn't working.
On Mon, 2007-06-18 at 17:14 +0200, Rocco Scappatura wrote:
How are you using maildrop? Where, in processing your
incoming email, is it invoked? Your question doesn't say.
I'm trying to setup Maildrop filtering for many reasons (adding
disclaimer, put spam email in an ad hoc folder and so on).
I'm using a Postfix+MySQL+Courier-IMAP platform.
I'm using virtual user and maildrop. Herre the relative entry in the
virtual unix - n n - - virtual
maildrop unix - n n - - pipe