Jarle, I had a similar problem and my problem was that the program "wrapper"
was owned by majordomo but my archive directory was owned by daemon. I used
/usr/lib/sendmail -v majordomo
(then type "get <list> <file>", press return, then control-D)
to watch it try to get a file and saw this over and over again:
Permission denied at /usr/local/majordomo/shlock.pl line 131, <> line 1.
I changed the owner of the archive directory to be owned by majordomo so it
could create this shlock.xxxx file, and now my get command works.
Hope this helps!
------ From: JARLE MARTINSEN +41 22 730 5949, Thu, Nov 10, 1994 ------
Amother question I have is about the get <list> <file>
command in Majordomo. I have a directory structure
under list.archive, with file in it. When trying to get
a file I always get -> get: invalid file 'file1' for list 'list'.
An index of list gives me a nice listing of all
files in all directories under list.archive.
Files and all directories are owned by majordomo.
Protection on files = 644
Protection on dir = 755
Any clues to how I can get any file...?