Copy setup to new server, smtp home dir wrong
I'm attempting to set up a failover server for my primary ISPConfig machine. I've got the 2nd machine running, and most functions seem to be running fine. However, when I attempt to send e-mail to domains on the failover box I experience an error. Specifically, postfix logs a message:
"Mar 9 18:59:27 pr-nwtn postfix/local: F41E44C0BC: to=<test@<customerdomain>.com>, relay=local, delay=17, status=bounced (maildir delivery failed: create /home/test/Maildir/tmp/1205107167.P26491.ga.<work domain>.net: Permission denied)"
The /etc/postfix directory is the same between both machines (aside from adjusting for IP address difference). The /etc/passwd and /etc/shadow files are also the same. /etc/courier/userdb appears to be correct, in that I can make POP and IMAP connections using the same user names and passwords as used on the primary server.
So, where is postfix looking for the home dir to deliver the incoming mail to? What have I likely misconfigured to get Postfix to try to deliver to the wrong directories?