I have these entries in my /etc/group file to help with this.
The permissions on my /var/spool/clientmqueue look like this.
drwxrwx--- 2 smmsp smmsp 4096 Apr 8 04:18 clientmqueue
Christine Kuhlmey wrote:
> On 04-Apr-2003 Daniel Liston wrote:
>> As the root user, can you `su - majordom` ?
>> Once you are 'majordom', can you `cd /var/spool/clientmqueue` ?
>> If that worked, can you `touch newfilename` and `rm newfilename` ?
> yes, this works.
>> From the information you provided, it appears that majordom
>> is uid:gid 31994:31998 <- is this intentional? Does this match
>> the way majordomo's "wrapper" is compiled?
> I watched the old logfile and the uid:gid during
> compile time is the same as the current setting.
> As long as the sendmail program is sgid smmsp (what the sendmail folks
> recommend since the 8.12.x versions) majordomo doesn't work,
> when setting it do suid root it works . But I don't want to do so for security
> reasons. (??)
> Christine Kuhlmey