Only some mailboxes don't accept incoming messages, no error in the logs for this?!

Daniel Eckl deckl at
Wed Aug 2 08:08:40 EDT 2006

Last time I had such a problem, the recipient accidentially discarded 
all mails using a sieve rule. Could this apply to you, too? Can your 
customers set sieve rules?

Perhaps they aren't discarded, but forwarded without storing locally?


Rustedt, Florian schrieb:
> Hello,
> i am pretty new to cyrus, so excuse my low expertise:
> We've set up a combination of postfix+sasl+mysql+cyrus. Transport is
> postfix-lmtp.
> It is running now flawlessly since about one year, but now, we've got a
> severe problem:
> Three of our customers can't get mails. The Mail is transported via postfix
> and via lmtp. Both logg an "sent=ok", the lmtp-log only contains
> additionally some errors about missing sieve-files. However i got no sieve
> configured, so it should be not of interest.
> What can i look for now? Where could be the error?
> It seems, that postfix/lmtp delivers the mail and cyrus accepts it, without
> error. And then the Mail get's lost?!
> Of course, there is enough diskspace and no high load.
> Kind regards, Florian
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