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From: dattier(_at_)wwa(_dot_)com (David W. Tamkin)
Date: Sun, 12 Jan 1997 16:26:53 -0600 (CST)
Ken Marsh asked,
| How would I use the $= withing procmail (or would I have to
| pass it to another program) to use it's value?
Actually, passing it to another program is rarely useful. $= is good
for saving a score from recipe to recipe . . .
I would like to pass the score value to a program, but it doesn't work for
me. I'm getting "variable syntax". Basically, I'm doing things like this:
|formail -I "X-myhdr: foo(_at_)bar" | procmail_print $=
I think the prob is that the $= is after the "|". If I do something like:
It works fine.
Is the score stored in any other "normal" named variable besides $=?
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