My Filsystem quotas / email notifications:
Send email to users? Yes
Interval between messages 36 hours
Limit type Hard Limit
Warn when usage reaches 90%
Also send email to Me
It worked ok in the past for a user reaching his quota because of email
Today, after some users of certain domain complaint about not receiving email I found that their domain reached its quota.
No notifications were sent to anybody at any time.
What can I do to turn notifications on?
Are those discarded email lost at all?
- I don’t think so.
… relay=local, delay=3.9, delays=0.15/0.01/0/3.7, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/bin/procmail-wrapper -o -a $DOMAIN -d $LOGNAME)
This isn’t a Postfix matter. It doesn’t warn those servers ‘Try again later’, error code 50x or smth
I don’t know if Procmail takes care about system quotas
May I have an answer please?
If the quotas are full, an error should be returned.
If you receive this error:
relay=local, delay=3.9, delays=0.15/0.01/0/3.7, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered to command: /usr/bin/procmail-wrapper -o -a $DOMAIN -d $LOGNAME)
Then I would recommend reviewing /var/log/procmail.log to see where the email was delivered.
Okay, thanks Eric.
And what about we didn’t get any warning message?
I got some headers but no destination. clamd log hasn’t info.
procmail: Quota exceeded while writing “/home/DomainName/homes/UserName/Maildir/tmp/1447323835.28732_0.host.hostname.com”
From firstname.lastname@example.org Thu Nov 12 07:23:50 2015
Folder: Bounced 136424
Time:1447323835 From:email@example.com To:UserName@DomainName.com User:UserName@DomainName.com Size:136482 Dest:/etc/webmin/virtual-server/clam-wrapper.pl /usr/bin/clamdscan Mode:None
Folder: Bounced means the email was bounced as Diabolico had said?
Yeah from the way that looks, it should have generated a bounce email of some sort. Is it possible a bounce message was generated, but ended up in a spam folder or so?
It is supposed possible generated bounce mails were logged in maillog.
I didn’t find anything related. Also in clam dirs