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Re: procmail and NTSEC
On Sat, 15 Feb 2003, Ajay Simha wrote:
> > >>> When I had NTSEC on I'd get:
> > >>> $ procmail VERBOSE=yes .procmailrc < testmail
> > >>> procmail:  Wed Feb 12 00:39:58 2003
> > >>> procmail: Suspicious rcfile "/home/asimha/.procmailrc"
> > >>> procmail: Couldn't read "/home/asimha/.procmailrc"
I don't know about NTSEC, but man procmail says:
Suspicious rcfile "x" The owner of the rcfile was not the recipient or
root, the file was world writable, or the direc-
tory that contained it was world writable, or
this was the default rcfile ($HOME/.procmailrc)
and either it was group writable or the directo-
ry that contained it was group writable (the rc-
file was not used).
So perhpas your home directory is world writeable, or group writeable.
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