If I call procmail like this:
procmail -m /my/script rcpt1 rcpt2 rcpt3 rcpt4 rcpt5
How can access the whole argument string? After changeing the message, I
want to be able to resent the message using sendmail.
I was thinking something like this might work:
! -oi -f root(_at_)machine $@
but the $@ does not expand. Alternalty I think the SHIFT should work
but I guess I would need some sort of loop to shift though the
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