Re: [DEBIAN] Why does sendmail depend on procmail?
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Chip Salzenberg wrote:
> According to Santiago Vila Doncel:
> > Chip Salzenberg:
> > > According to Santiago Vila Doncel:
> > > > * Try to "chown nobody" your current personal mail spool file.
> > > > In this case deliver rejects the mail (it refuses to deliver it), while
> > > > procmail is able to rename the bad one and create a new one with the
> > > > right ownerships, as before.
> > >
> > > Again, procmail is being far too intelligent for its own good.
> > I, for one, prefer this kind of `cleverness' and not seeing a
> > message being rejected.
> What, do you chown your mailbox often?
Today, a lot of times :-)
> But in any case, I was not discussing _preferences_, but _quality_.
> The quality of Deliver is excellent, your preferences notwithstanding.
It would be even more excellent if it would be able to deliver under the
worst circumstances, as procmail does. This is not only preferences.
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