Hello @cPanelMichael,Could you verify if a mail directory for the deleted email account still exists? The path to look for is:
The existence of such a directory can result in "User doesn't exist" error messages if no corresponding email account exists on the system. Manually removing the offending directory should fix the problem.
This issue has cropped up again. I'll try and explain the best I can the situation with the first.
There was an original cpanel account, "Account A". Account A was removed from the server as the user no longer wanted the domain sitting within it.
A new account was created, "Account B", under which there is a different domain.
The domain that formerly resided under "Account A" was then aliased under Account B and a mail forwarder put in place to forward mail sent to an Account A email address to an Account B email address. This was done so the user did not lose mail.
Dovecot reports this error:
The “/usr/bin/doveadm” command (process 683325) reported error number 67 when it ended.: doveadm([email protected]): Error: User doesn't exist
In the second /home/$cpanel-username/mail/$domain.com/ exists but the $email-username directory does not.
The “/usr/bin/doveadm” command (process 683315) reported error number 67 when it ended.: doveadm([email protected]): Error: User doesn't exist