Is there any way I can configure procmail to do the following:
my host has problems with its disk space - the /var partition usually
hovers around 10Mb free. What I've been doing is keeping an eye on it,
and when it gets less than 2 mb or so, I put the following in my
Which nicely dumps all my mail into my ~/mail directory, which resides on
a much larger + less cramped disk.
What I am wondering is if I can do something more complicated - for
example, so that it knows where the best place to put it would be. in my
procmail.log file, the following is logged when something bounces:
procmail: No space left to finish writing "/usr/spool/mail/slipcon"
procmail: Truncated file to former size
From zaphod(_at_)jhu(_dot_)edu Wed Oct 30 23:13:57 1996
Subject: Eddie's This Sat
Is there any way to say something like:
if folder will == **Bounced**, then save it to "emergency" folder,
otherwise leave it alone (so it would go to /var/spool/mail/slipcon)?
Any help would be appreciated!
PS: please reply, as I didn't feel like subscribing, and causing more mail