On Thu, 11 Jan 2001 17:10:35 -0600 (CST), David W. Tamkin said:
That's right, and I'm sorry if it was unclear the way I posted it. The
code in my earlier post was what procmail will do on its own if it gets to
the end of /etc/procmailrc without completing delivery, or if there is no
/etc/procmailrc. That code should *not* be written into /etc/procmailrc;
it is already there implicitly.
The man page for procmail seems to say that the user's .procmailrc is
processed after /etc/procmailrc.
Is that correct?
On my system, it seems that it (the ~/.procmailrc) is not looked at,
but I just thought of a possible cause.
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