deliver and p acl
ken at oceana.com
Thu Jul 24 10:53:14 EDT 2003
Phil Chambers wrote:
> I don't understand why the 'p' acl for 'anyone' is needed when using 'deliver -m'.
> While logged in as user 'tester' if I use the command
> deliver -m test-folder tester
> followed by a message, instead of going into user.tester.test-folder the message
> goes into the inbox. cyradm's "lam user.tester.test-folder" command shows that user
> 'tester' has 'p' access rights. To get what I want I have to add the 'p' acl for
> The man page for deliver says "If the ACL on any such mailbox does not grant the
> sender the "p" right..". In my case I am logged in as "tester", so surely "the
> sender" does have 'p' rights.
> Should this be regarded as a bug?
Use the -a option to specify the authid.
Kenneth Murchison Oceana Matrix Ltd.
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