Hello, I recently had a user run Code: chmod -R 707 on everything inside the /var/www/ directory. In order to acces Code: This consequently broke postifx. It shouldn't have, right? I ran the Code: postfix check command. This returned 2 permission errors, so I ran Code: postfix set-permissions This command executed successfully, but I still kept getting an error about inability to access /dev/null. So just to see if it fixes it, I ran chmod 777 on /dev/null. This fixed it all. I then compared the permissions of /dev/null is on another system, and on setting the permissions to what they should be (chmod 666). I set /dev/null to 666, and this broke the mail again. Had to have it on 777 or it doesn't work. I presume it's bad to have /dev/null set to 777. Any ideas on how I can fix this up?