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Re: Mail




     I dug through your list log and found the problem. I neglected to set the
permissions on the /tmp directory so that it was publically writable.  That's
the one file system that I didn't restore from tape (restoration automatically
sets permissions).

     It should be good now.

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On Sun, 10 Dec 2006, M. G. Devour wrote:

> Date: Sun, 10 Dec 2006 22:23:03 -5
> From: M. G. Devour <mdevour@eskimo.com>
> To: Nanook <nanook@eskimo.com>, Eric T. Jorgensen <ericj@eskimo.com>
> Subject: Re: Mail
> 
> Robert writes:
> >      Also, the list software actually isn't on the mail servers, it is
> > NFS mounted from ultra1, so it would not have changed as a result of
> > the servers being reloaded. 
> 
> True, and nothing about the behavior of the list software seems to be 
> out of the ordinary. It's sending whatever it gets from anywhere at 
> least as far as my in-box. Just nobody else is getting the output 
> outside of Eskimo.  
> 
> Thanks,
> 
> Mike D.
> [Mike Devour, Citizen, Patriot, Libertarian]
> [mdevour@eskimo.com                        ]
> [Speaking only for myself...               ]