i have a problem here.
I want that a incoming email is piped to a php script in the system through postfix.
My System is running with ispconfig 3, postfix and dovecot (< virtual mailbox users are saved in mysql).
I looked already into this one: How to configure postfix to pipe all incoming email to a script?
... the script is executed, but no "message" is delivered to the script. My setup so far:
In ISPConfig 3 i have set up the following email route:
Active Server Domain Transport Sort by Yes example.com pipe.example.com piper: 5
excerpt from my postfix master.cf:
piper unix - n n - - pipe user=piper:piper directory=/home/piper argv=php -q /home/piper/mail.php
so far it is working great (mail sent to firstname.lastname@example.org) (mail.log):
Jun 21 16:07:11 example postfix/pipe: 235CF7613E2: to=<email@example.com>, relay=piper, delay=0.04, delays=0.01/0.01/0/0.02, dsn=2.0.0, status=sent (delivered via piper service)
... and no errors in mail.err
the mail.php is sucessfully executed (its chmod 777 and chown'ed to piper), but creates a empty .txt file (normally it should contain the email message):
-rw------- 1 piper piper 0 Jun 21 16:07 mailtext_1340287631.txt
the mail.php script ive used, is the one from http://www.email2php.com/HowItWorks
if i use their (commercial) service to pipe an email to the mail.php (in a apache2 environment) through a provided "pipe-email", the message is saved sucessfully and complete. But as you can see, i dont want to use external services.
-rw-r--r-- 1 web2 client0 1959 Jun 21 16:19 mailtext_1340288377.txt
So, whats wrong here? I think it has something to do with the "delivering configuration" in my system...