Thanks for the input. I upgraded and saw pretty much the same stuff,
<<<from procmailex man>>>
(yes, the !^FROM_DAEMON regexp should already catch
those, but if the mailinglist doesn't follow accepted
conventions, this might not be
so that means use MAILER to be guaranteed of grabbing a bounced message.
But, does that mean MAILER will still let regular messages pass to the next
recipe? I am using this syntax:
* ^FROM_MAILER # changed it from ^FROM_DAEMON
Thank you again. I hope it was appropriate to copy the List on my response
From: Timothy J Luoma <luomat+Lists/procmail(_at_)luomat(_dot_)peak(_dot_)org>
Cc: kduggan(_at_)h2o2(_dot_)com <kduggan(_at_)h2o2(_dot_)com>
Date: Friday, May 29, 1998 3:29 PM
Subject: Re: .rc question
Author: "K. Duggan" <kduggan(_at_)h2o2(_dot_)com>
Original-Date: Fri, 29 May 1998 14:38:47 -0700
Ok, I am not on the list so please reply via direct mail. My
question is a fairly simple one, but one that I could not readily
find the answer to in the manpages and various web resources
(i.e. Era's site).
So you want the list's help but don't care to participate in the list?
My question is: why not FROM_MAILER? The reason I ask this is because the
procmailrc man page on line 111 (dated 10/31/1994) says MAILER for
while other sources say to use DAEMON.
Upgrade your procmail and read the new 'man procmailrc' and you will see
difference between FROM_DAEMON and FROM_MAILER. I'm guessing you are using
procmail 3.10 or some other version before 3.11pre7 which is the current
(last?) version of procmail. Using an old version will cause problems if
expect to use recipes you will find on the 'net.