>>>>> "RA" == Russ Allbery <email@example.com> writes:
RA> Are you sure that you have qmail configured to run programs in .qmail
RA> files controlled by majordomo as the right user and group?
I think the problem is that in the absence of a virtual domain setup there
is still a .qmail-default file somewhere that you can set. When run this
way, the executing user is not Majordomo but is some default qmail user.
Is this a reasonable explanation? Is this an actual problem? There's an
item on the TODO list regarding making setuid-ness configurable under
qmail, but I don't have an explanation why it is needed. It isn't terribly
difficult, although someone would need to provide with some documentation
stating under what circumstances you'd actually need this.