I was wondering if there was a way to use procmail to save a copy of the
locally on the server?
For example: user john(_at_)doe(_dot_)com sends a mail relaying through
to the final
recipient, mary(_at_)lamb(_dot_)com(_dot_) Of course mail.mail.com has doe.com
in the relay
and is using procmail as a local mailer (being a local mailer may not have
anything to do with this).
Now on mail.mail.com, john(_at_)doe(_dot_)com come in SMTP. I would like
take that message
and store a copy of it locally on mail.mail.com and then send it out to
intended without any destruction of the original mail message.
Can procmail do this or does this require another mail program or maybe
even simply some
sendmail rewriting rules? I would like to use procmail if all possible.
Thanks for you help.