Your message dated Wed, 30 Aug 2006 12:31:43 +0200
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regarding please add option to specify $HOME and circumvent maildrop's lookup
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maildrop: please add option to specify $HOME and circumvent maildrop's lookup
Wed, 30 Aug 2006 12:31:43 +0200
This is a request I'm forwarding which also relates to the latest issue with
-d using courier-authlib. If we had another option for $HOME, that would
probably fix everything for those people who want it.
I noticed that:
This option is reserved for use by the version of maildrop that
comes integrated with the Courier mail server.
----- Forwarded message from martin f krafft <[email protected]> -----
Date: Tue, 27 Jun 2006 02:16:59 +0200
Subject: Bug#375589: please add option to specify $HOME and circumvent
I want to call maildrop from postfix, and due to the complex setup,
I just want to pass $HOME to maildrop for virtual users and let it
do its thing. However, the only way to specify a destination seems
to be -d.
How about a -D option taking a $HOME directory, and maildrop then
delivering according to $HOME/.mailfilter?
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