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Old 20th August 2005, 10:05
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Originally Posted by radioguy
Thanks for the explanation. That part of the log makes sense now. It turns out I had a firewall problem now I can see mail being processed. However, mail is not being deliverd to the users Maildir. pm.log doesn't have entries in it, but accourding to the maillog, mail was sent to procmail for processing. Is procmail the LDA? Here's a copy of the log entry.
Procmail is the LDA. Have you set "Maildir" in ISPConfig Management > Server > Settings ?

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Originally Posted by radioguy
Aug 20 00:55:20 server1 postfix/local[7471]: 6220B3B0978: to=<admispconfig@woodrow.cumuluseugene.com>, relay=local, delay=0, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/bin/procmail -f-)

BTW, how do I intercept or forward admispconfig e-mails? I changed all references in the control panel that I could find.
Dont touch or try to forward admispconfig mails or you will mess up your system. The mails include only a number, this number is the mailsize of other mails processed by the system and is catched by a script to write it in the mail statistics.
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