On 5 Jul 97 at 10:52, era eriksson wrote:
> But something always not works very well.
> 1) the "To" address in the incoming message is also the "To" address
> in the outgoing message. I would like to change that. How can
> I change the "to" address in the outgoing message?.
Add more switches to the formail call. -I"To: someaddress" will
replace the address with someaddress; merely saying -ITo: will strip
the To: field.
Yes, thats what I've done
* ! ^Subject:
* B ?? < 5
| ( formail -I"To: rambox(_at_)tin(_dot_)it" -I"Subject: subscribe" ;
echo "SUBSCRIBE $FROM" ) \
| $SENDMAIL $SENDMAILFLAGS rambox(_at_)tin(_dot_)it
but gives an error in the .procmail log: badly placed )'s
(please note that the echo "....")\ has been placed on the same line
as I (formail etc)
> 2) there is to much space between the beginning of the message body
> and the text
Do you get empty lines before "body" or what is the problem?
yes many empty lines in the message body before the text begins.
> 3) I unlocked the code because the program couldn't find the lock
> file. How do I create a lock file (am I too newbie?)
Sorry, my mistake, this recipe should not have a lock file.
the newbie improves the master :-)