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Postfix query

Discussion in 'Plesk 9.x for Linux Issues, Fixes, How-To' started by steogede, Jan 20, 2009.

  1. steogede

    steogede Guest

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    I have a query regarding Postfix in Plesk 9. Does anyone know where Postfix stores mail?

    Actually, more importantly, is the location Postfix stores mail dependent on Plesk or the distribution?

    I am using (currently openSUSE 10.2 (though I might upgrade to 11, before upgrading Plesk))? I noticed that Qmail is a Plesk package (i.e. psa-qmail...), where as Postfix is not, and I know how SUSE like to arrange their directories differently to other distros (infact, I quite like the way their '/srv/' and '/opt/' directories work).

    I am considering installing Plesk 9, primarily for Postfix and ATmail (though after reading the forums it looks like a bad idea, at least until 9.3). The problem is that my '/var/' partition is quite small with larger partitions for '/var/qmail/' and '/var/log/'. Presumably Postfix doesn't store mail in '/var/qmail/' and it would be nice to know, before I start, where Postfix is going to put mail.
     
  2. steogede

    steogede Guest

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    Welll, I upgraded to Plesk 9 (on CentOS this time). Turns out that when running Postfix the mail is still stored in '/var/qmail/'.
     
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