From: Quentin Campbell
Date: 2010-01-20 04:24:37 -0500
Subject: RE: Re: RE: Re: RE: wimp
OK. Will be happy to help with further tests.
Re. my previous message, for completeness I also tried:
cat x.msg |/usr/sbin/smrsh -c "/usr/local/sbin/wimp list-name=wimp-test"
and that works as expected as well. So doing on the command line what sendmail is supposed to do with the wimp alias entry via the 'prog' mailer works OK whether /bin/sh -c or /usr/sbin/smrsh -c is used.
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>Subject: [milters] Re: RE: Re: RE: wimp
>On 20/01/2010 09:10, Quentin Campbell whispered from the shadows...:
>>> I'll have to look more closely to this "wrapper" setup which
>>> wasn't planned for.
>> According to the Bat Book the piping of standard input/output/error
>> is as you suppose but it also makes clear (section 12.2.3) that
>> either /bin/sh -c or /usr/sbin/smrsh -c is used to invoke wimp.
>I'm going to setup smrsh on my server and see if I can duplicate the
>issue. I'll also add some more debugging output and send you a new
>version to try.
>My Mprog is the standard one documented in the Bat Book 3e
>Mprog, P=/bin/sh, F=lsDFMoqeu9, S=EnvFromL/HdrFromL,
> A=sh -c $u
>I suspect the issue is file permissions, but for some reason your not
>getting the bounce message back with stderr output in root mailbox. I'll
>send you a version with more logging to maillog instead of stderr.
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