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Re: Procmail and Zmailer
-> I wonder if it's possible to get the 'procmail' package to work from
-> I've tried the .forward file approach, but found that it didn't try to
-> execute the $HOME/.forward file (even if marked executable).
you should put "|/usr/bin/procmail" to make it work.
or, put this into sm.conf
#procm sSPfn /usr/local/bin/procmail procmail -a $h -d $u
procm sSPfnm /usr/local/bin/procmail procmail -a $h -d $u -t
# # Procmail example from: Ken Pizzini <email@example.com>
and this into scheduler.conf:
# Local delivery: user mail, files, processes
# want 2 channel slots in case of blockage on one
# Do MIME text/plain; Quoted-Printable -> text/plain; 8BIT
# conversion on flight!
# Or with CYRUS server the following might do:
#command="sm -8c $channel cyrus"
# Or with PROCMAIL as the local delivery agent:
#command="sm -8c $channel procm"
iirc, you can uncomment procm if you define standard delivery to
just because procmail doesn't understand delivering to file/pipe from
-> Would a zmailer upgrade help?
I sent request to procmail maintainers to accept files and pipes for '-d'
parameter too, cause i'd like to use procmail always...
Matus "fantomas" Uhlar, sysadmin of one server at SANET Kosice, Slovakia
E-mail: Matus.Uhlar@tuke.sk ; WWW: http://ccsun.tuke.sk/users/uhlar
And don't forget: I work for SANET, but talk for myself, dude... ;-)