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playalistic 1st December 2009 15:19

imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
 
I'm getting lots of these showing up in the logs:

Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument
Dec 1 13:44:25 cmg-nix01 imapd: Error reading ACLs for INBOX..Junk: Invalid argument

I'm pretty certain this started since I added a filter to move SPAM into the .Junk folder. I since removed the filter and restarted the necessary services but it is still appearing in the mail.log.

I've also deleted the folder through the webmail client (Roundcube) which I installed separately and recreated it but no dice.

Can anyone help please?!

till 2nd December 2009 09:25

The folder name must be 'Junk' and not '.Junk'.

playalistic 2nd December 2009 11:22

Thanks for the reply. I kinda guessed the problem with the name. I included the . in front of the mailbox name when I created the filter initially as I didn't realise it was included for me by default.

I've since deleted the filter, how can I get rid of this message and the associated mailbox?

Cheers!

till 2nd December 2009 11:26

Check if the maildir with the wrong name still exists in /var/vmail/domain.com/user/.... If thats the case, delete it there on the shell.

playalistic 2nd December 2009 11:31

This is what I'm seeing in the folder for this user:

Code:

drwx------ 10 vmail vmail  4096 2009-12-02 10:23 .
drwx------  7 vmail vmail  4096 2009-11-24 12:49 ..
drwx------  2 vmail vmail  4096 2009-12-01 19:05 courierimapkeywords
-rw-r--r--  1 vmail vmail    251 2009-12-01 14:34 courierimapsubscribed
-rw-r--r--  1 vmail vmail  3673 2009-12-02 10:23 courierimapuiddb
drwx------  2 vmail vmail 221184 2009-12-02 10:26 cur
drwx------  6 vmail vmail  4096 2009-11-20 18:42 .Drafts
-rw-rw----  1 vmail vmail    56 2009-12-02 09:32 ispconfig_mailsize
drwx------  6 vmail vmail  4096 2009-12-01 14:35 .Junk
-rw-r--r--  1 vmail vmail  1805 2009-12-02 10:23 maildirsize
drwx------  2 vmail vmail 163840 2009-12-02 09:34 new
drwx------  6 vmail vmail  4096 2009-12-01 12:53 .Sent
drwx------  2 vmail vmail  4096 2009-12-02 10:29 tmp
drwx------  6 vmail vmail  4096 2009-12-02 10:23 .Trash

The .Junk folder is OK isn't it? Or shall I delete it. Thanks again dude.

till 2nd December 2009 11:34

Yes, the .Junk folder is ok. Take a look in the file courierimapsubscribed if the folder with the wrong name is still listed there and if thats the case, remove that line in the file.

playalistic 2nd December 2009 11:42

That did it, cheers.


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