Mail Logs on Debian systems do not use the regular /etc/logrotate.d scripts to rotate them.
I want to force my mail logs to rotate daily (no matter how small), and compress the results, so that the numbering of the logfiles matches that of my other (busier) mail servers. Essentially, I want to end up with:
mail.log mail.log.0 mail.log.1.gz mail.log.2.gz ... mail.log.6.gz
Can someone tell me how to accomplish this?