[Dovecot] Sieve file permission problem
zoli at lippai.net
Thu Jun 20 11:16:11 EEST 2013
Thanks for the answer, I'm not sure what you mean by the additional permission details.
Here is a quick example:
/var/mail/domainname.hu/zolcsi chmod: 700, owner: vmail:mail
After I set the initial sieve filters, the following file and directory gets created:
/var/mail/domainname.hu/zolcsi/sieve (directory) chmod: 700, owner: vmail:mail
/var/mail/domainname.hu/zolcsi/.dovecot.sieve (symlink to the sieve/sieve.sieve file) chmod: 600, owner: vmail:mail
After these two are created then the webmail can't modify them unless I delete the files manually.
I looked in the mail.log and mail.err files, but couldn't find anything related to this.
Perhaps if I set the log level to a higher value?
Or is it possible to connect via telnet to port 2000 and issue some commands to see the actual answers of the ManageSieve server?
On 2013. June 19., Wednesday at 18:40, Daniel Parthey wrote:
> Please provide permission details of the affected directories and files and possibly error messages from dovecot logfile.
> Zoltan Lippai <zoli at lippai.net (mailto:zoli at lippai.net)> schrieb:
> > Hi folks,
> > I am using dovecot 2.1.7 with the ManageSieve plugin which works great. Recently I set up Afterlogic webmail on my server (the community version) and it has a nice UI to manage the sieve settings. It uses port 2000 to communicate with dovecot via the ManageSieve plugin. Also, dovecot uses Maildirs to store the messages.
> > The problem is that the permissions on the files that store the sieve rules are to strict.
> > I am talking about the "sieve" directory and the .dovecot.sieve file.
> > The sieve folder has a chmod 700 and the .dovecot.sieve is chmod 600. Both are owned by vmail:mail
> > If I delete these two items, then the rules can be saved via the web interface. Then these files are created but for some reason the ManageSieve plugin can't modify them.
> > Here is the output of dovecot -n:
> > http://pastebin.com/4eqyBKCA
> > Can you help me out on this?
> > Thanks a lot!
> > Zoltan
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