paths and permissions
tanderso at oac-design.com
Sat Feb 28 12:34:29 EST 2004
On Fri, 2004-02-27 at 23:34, Tom Allison wrote:
> procmail only runs root if you have a file in /etc/procmailrc.
> All files that are ~/.procmailrc are executed under the permissions of
> the user. Fewer and fewer distros provide a /etc/procmailrc file.
This is true for my system. I have no /etc/procmailrc file. Sendmail
only runs procmail for users who have a ~/.procmailrc. This is as it
should be. Bogofilter is run for each user as that user, each having
their own wordlist.db. Under this setup, if you wanted a global
wordlist.db, you'd have to give world-writable permissions, or else
invoke procmail with /etc/procmailrc.
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