This is a great idea to grab a copy of all locally delivered email.
On Thu, 25 Jan 1996, Philip Guenther wrote:
Rather than comment on your current stuff (it's to late for sendmail.cf
hacking), I will mention the idea of switching to procmail as your
local delivery agent (i.e., Mlocal, P=/usr2/local/bin/procmail...),
then creating an /etc/procmailrc containing simply
HOWEVER, this only saves a copy of mail delivered locally, not mail
delivered via SMTP, so it may be judged inadequate.
But, when I put this into place, I noticed I was not getting a copy of
mail to my users who were piping mail into procmail from their own
.forward files. Does this mean that a /etc/procmailrc does not affect
those who pipe to a program in their .forward? Or just those that pipe
This could be a FAQ. Where can I get the FAQ list?
Dave Burchell | Nebraska Network for Children and Families
Computer Specialist | Center on Children, Families, and the Law
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