>>>>> "BS" == Ben Smithurst <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
BS> Could the umask used for creating alias files be configurable, by any
I suppose it could, though I would prefer to use simpler methods of
configuring Exim and not use an alias file at all.
BS> If the file specified by require_files (i.e. the list's base directory)
BS> doesn't exist, the director will simply be ignored and the address
BS> passed on to the next, in the normal Exim way.
This is kind of cute. It hardcodes in some specific intelligence of how
Mj2 stores its lists, though, which seems vaguely nasty.
Is it possible to call a program and use the return value to determine
whether or not the director succeeded? I'm basically trying to mirror the
qmail support here; we get the address we're being called at from the
command line or the environment and we figure out if the address is one of
ours. If so we carry out the action and return a value indicating that the
message was handled. If not we return a failure value and processing