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Please help me with this.

I've tried following in /etc/procmailrc, but to no use:

:0
*
| chown apache.mail "$SPAMFILE"
-----------------------------------------------
:0
*
| my-script "$SPAMFILE"

I want to change the owner of the file creatd by procmailrc to apache, thats
all.

Can anybody direct me to the right way, what's wrong with these codes

Thanks in advance
Nitin



----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Nitin" <nitinmehta kappa net in>
To: "General Red Hat Linux discussion list" <redhat-list redhat com>
Sent: Thursday, April 07, 2005 07:44 PM
Subject: Procmail help


> Hi all,
>
> I'm facing a problem and its urgent.
>
> Can anybody help me in this:
>
> I'm using procmail to filter mails and put the spam mails in separate
file.
> Now the problem is, its creates the file with root as owner and webmail
cant
> read it unless the owner is apache.
>
> I'm trying following code to change owner and permission but somehow it's
> not working (no erroras either), while if i change the code slightly it
> gives valid errors, which means it executes. Code is:
>
> if [ -f "$SPAMFILE" ]; then
>        chown apache.mail "$SPAMFILE"
>        chmod 660 "$SPAMFILE"
> else
>        LOG = "$_: ERROR: Could not change ownership of '$SPAMFILE'"
> fi
>
> What's wrong with it? or if it wont work, how shud i do tht?
>
> Please help me ASAP..
>
> Thanks in advance
> Nitin
>
>
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