>>>>> "BMH" == Bruce M Hahne <email@example.com> writes:
BMH> Problem: sendmail bounces mail sent to majordomo claiming that sh
BMH> can't execute the wrapper:
BMH> I fixed this by changing all directories in the path to wrapper to add
BMH> world-execute permission. Is there a better fix?
Well, if it can't execute the file then you have to make it so that the
file is executable, which you did. The default installation puts things in
group daemon (or at least recommends that you do that), which is _supposed_
to be the same group that sendmail is in, so world execute permission is
not required. If you put it in a different group, you will have this
We should probably change the default permissions on $homedir to 751, but
we were trying to be as security conscious as possible.