On Wed, Dec 13, 2000 at 10:35:14AM -0700, Jim McMaster wrote:
Point of contention: you did not change your mail DOMAIN. You changed
your mail HOST. There's a BIG difference.
Sorry for not knowing the difference. The mail servers falcon and sweng are
in separate NIS domains with different admin groups.
In that case, from Procmails' point of view, nothing has changed. Procmail
knows username and host. NIS may affect routing of mail, directing it to a
username(_at_)host, but once it is received by the MTA and passed to Procmail,
Procmail knows nothing about NIS. IE: procmail will be affected by DNS domain
(in sofar as it affects the hostname of the local machine), but not NIS
Now the fact that you have changed to another mail server means that your host
has changed, and thus the original point is still valid.
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