I have been using procmail to divert incoming mail for about a year.
Recently, I had a domain name registered at a local ISP, but there is no shell
or mail account at that machine (it's for web), so I have the mail forwarded to
a full shell account which supports procmail.
The weird thing is that procmail cannot recognize the recipient when it is my
domain, but can recognize senders.
eg: I want to redirect graeme(_at_)seercom(_dot_)com to
bluto(_at_)pobox(_dot_)com so I use:
which I thought would work, but it is not redirected.
Am I missing something about redirected headers? The headers look normal to me:
"To: graeme(_at_)seercom(_dot_)com" &c.
I am investigating recipe order.
Any help would be appreciated. This has been baffling me an my ISPs for months.
PS: okay, I have another question. SmartList: how to add a footer to mailing
Graeme Kennedy, SEER Communications
Email: graeme(_at_)seercom(_dot_)com | http://www.seercom.com | tel: