On 12 Oct, David W. Tamkin wrote:
Don advised Jim,
| Explicitly deliver it.
Yes, that's the way to do it.
| * condition
| $DEFAULT # or any other place you want it
Unless $DEFAULT is a directory, put another colon after the 0 to request a
| That assumes you don't override DEFAULT in any rc files. procmail -v
| will tell you what procmail knows to be your system mailbox.
Actually, it will work just fine if you've changed the value of DEFAULT, in
case you want to use a different main inbox from the one specified by the
Not quibbling because you are quite correct. I over-trimmed the quotes,
then offered a less than precise explanation. The original message
indicated a desire to find these messages in the system mailbox. What I
should have said was delivering to DEFAULT will put it in the spool as
Jim intended, unless DEFAULT was set to some other value. Thanks for
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