Philip> Rather than sending a message back, I would suggest
Philip> actually bouncing it by returning an error code to
Philip> sendmail. This will cause DSNs and stuff like that
Philip> to work properly, and many programs recognize
Philip> sendmail's bounce messages so they can specially
Philip> handle them.
I run procmail as a cron job every minute because the machine
which receives my mail does not have Perl installed, but I can
access the spool from another machine which does have Perl.
Is there any way I can get sendmail to return an error code or do
I have to send a message back?
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