| Thanks, that helped, at least some, but I still get
| Subject: Mail failure - no recipient addresses
| from Sendmail, the recepie currently looks like this:
| * ^TO_pgp@
| * !^Subject:.*Re:
| * !^FROM_DAEMON
| * !^X-Loop: loop-control(_at_)spambuster\(_dot_)dhs\(_dot_)org
| | (formail -rt \
| -A 'X-Loop: loop-control(_at_)spambuster(_dot_)dhs(_dot_)org' \
| -I 'Reply-To: "Spambusters pgp server"
| -I 'Subject: Autoresponder: Spambusters public pgp key' -X 'Subject:' \
| -I 'X-Mailer: Another Moronic Autoresponder';\
| echo "";\
| cat $HOME/pgp.asc) | $SENDMAIL -oi -t
You have -X 'Subject:' among the formail options. One -X or -x overrides
everything else and will make formail output only those fields whose names
begin with the strings that are arguments to -x or -X options. So you've
reduced formail's output to only "Subject: Autoresponder: Spambusters public
When that, a blank line, and the contents of $HOME/pgp.asc are fed to
sendmail -t, sendmail -t can't find any recipient addresses.
Solution: drop "-X 'Subject:'" like a hot potato.
(Apologies for what this version of Elm does to Andreas's last name.)