On 17 June 1999, Harry Putnam <reader(_at_)newsguy(_dot_)com> wrote:
Liviu Daia <Liviu(_dot_)Daia(_at_)imar(_dot_)ro> writes:
I want to do this:
[Incoming Internet mail] ==> [Machine 1 forwards to] => [machine
At machine1 add, something innocuous to make mail easily
identifiable at machine 2. So that recipient[s] at machine 2 can
tell the mail was first delivered to machine 1.
Ok, that's a completely different problem than your initial
question --- and it has nothing to do with procmail. Basically, you
need some ugly (and quite inefficient) hacks to sendmail rewriting
rules. I never tried that myself, but people claim to have found
valuable informations about that on:
My question has remained the same from the initial post.
Can you please explain then how is your question related to messages
without "To:" headers.
But I see Era has supplied the answer I was after. An easy way to
ident. messages that have been forwarded from certain accounts to
Like I said, this only works for messages addressed to
reader(_at_)newsguy(_dot_)com(_dot_) If this was your initial question, why
say this from the beginning?
Dr. Liviu Daia e-mail: Liviu(_dot_)Daia(_at_)imar(_dot_)ro
Institute of Mathematics web page: http://www.imar.ro/~daia
of the Romanian Academy PGP key: http://www.imar.ro/~daia/daia.asc