I want to transfer my root mail to another user (his nick's
I do not want to forward mail, because of
userto's home directory locate at encryption HDD which I mount when I use it and dismount when I don't use it. Therefore if I will forward mail to
userto they will lose if the HDD will not mount. And I don't need it, because root mail has a system message.
I wanted to transfer mail via command line when I need it.
I have set PostFix and DoveCot (mailbox).
I have tried to use
dovecot but it hasn't let me get access to root mail.
For check I use
doveadm search -u root ALL.
I have had an error:
Error: Invalid settings in userdb: userdb returned 0 as uid doveadm Error: User lookup failed: Invalid user settings. Refer to server log for more information.
Maybe I need to use other tools that
I only see one way, to create a new user (with nick's
collectmail) and forward all mail from root to his mailbox. And from
collectmail move mail to
userto via command line when I need. But I don't think then that way is the best.
IMO I don't use
I have mailboxes and all mail puts into