Sieve 2.2 not working
Scott M. Likens
damm at yazzy.org
Wed May 11 20:33:47 EDT 2005
uh bypassing procmail? very simple.
deliver via lmtp
mailbox_transport = lmtp:unix:/var/run/cyrus/socket/lmtp
On Thu, 12 May 2005 00:44:18 +0100
"John Lane" <listmail at oceanfree.net> wrote:
> Ok, As I was getting nowhere I delved into the code.
> This is what is happening...
> When I send a message "deliver" is used to send it into cyrus.
> Code in "imap/lmtpd.c" gets executed in a function called "deliver".
> This has two bits of code for mail delivery, the first is
> "case 1: shared mailbox request" and the second is
> "case 2: ordinary user, might have Sieve script"
> One would expect the code in case 2 to be called but what
> was happening is the code in case 1 is being called.
> This decision is made based on the value of a variable called
> "user" being null for case 1 and set to a value for case 2.
> I tracked this down to my procmail configuration where I had the
> DELIVER="$/usr/bin/deliver -a $USER -m user.$USER"
> It was missing the user id at the end. I changed it to...
> DELIVER="$/usr/bin/deliver -a $USER -m user.$USER $USER"
> And Sieve now fires as expected. HOWEVER... I have another problem....
> I have a test sieve script that does a "reject" but the mail never
> gets returned to the sender (although Sieve does try!!!).
> The problem ocurs when I use procmail, the "Return-Path" setting
> in the e-mail gets changed by procmail from the real sender to the
> unix id that procmail is run as. The message is delivered to this user
> rather than the original sender.
> Has anyone come across this before and is there a solution ?
> BTW my MTA is postfix and the above problem does not happen when I
> configure postfix to send directly to cyrus (i.e. bypass procmail).
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