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Old 8th January 2008, 17:11
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Default Virtual User/Postfix/Courier/Mysql Etc....Quota Issues

I run the quota_notification script and it sends me a blank e-mail. After some running through the script it seems to die when looking for the maildirsize file. When I look by hand the files aren't in any of my user dirs.

Did I screw something up when applying the quota patch to postfix? How do I get those files to show up?
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Old 8th January 2008, 18:36
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Anyone else having issues with this in Gutsy?

I just downloaded and recompiled postfix to make sure there were no errors and I don't see any:

patch -p1 < ../postfix-2.4.5-vda-ng.patch
patching file README_FILES/VDA_README
patching file src/global/mail_params.h
patching file src/util/file_limit.c
patching file src/virtual/mailbox.c
patching file src/virtual/maildir.c
patching file src/virtual/virtual.c
patching file src/virtual/virtual.h

No errors after dpkg-buildpackage

Installed packages and restarted postfix sent an e-mail to a user but there is still no maildirsize file in the users Maildir....

Any suggestions?
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Old 9th January 2008, 03:16
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Default same issue

I have the same issue

Any suggestion ?
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Did you modify the quota_notification as shown in the tutorial? There are two lines in the script where you must add a % sign.
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Old 9th January 2008, 19:36
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yep. its not really a problem with the reporting script.

It's a problem with either postfix or courier not creating or maintaining the 'maildirsize' file in the actual mail store directory.
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Old 9th January 2008, 21:17
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Default maildirsize file doesn't exist

Like volksman the maildirsize file doesn't exist.
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