| The following line:
| | formail -A "X-Loop: bts8 at... where are we again?"
| is causing this error:
| Usage: formail [+nn] [-nn] [-bfrktnedq] [-m nn] [-xaiI field] [-s prog
| arg ...]
| procmail: Program failure (64) of " formail -A "X-Loop: bts8 at... where
| are we again?""
| procmail: Rescue of unfiltered data succeeded
| What did I miss on this? Could formail be old? How do I find out
| which version I have? I tried "formail -v" but no luck. Thanks!
Since -A isn't listed in the usage statement, yes, that's the problem:
your version is too old. There's no easy way to find the version number,
If you can't upgrade formail, try -i instead of -A. Then be sure to
change your procmailrc conditions that look for
* ^X-Loop: something
* ^(Old-)?X-Loop: something