It's taken a couple weeks of tweaking and then waiting for new mail to come
in (some comes in bursts once a week) to test. But I think I've finally
figured out why my previous filters weren't at 100%.
You'll all laugh but the main culprit seems to have been a filter I have
that was early in the .procmailrc file. I have a cronjob that sends me
weblogs once a week so I have it generate a subject and then I filter on
that subject. Naturally, my filter was wrong. It read:
* ^SUBJECT: .*LOGS*
Now it reads:
* ^SUBJECT: .*LOGS
So now that all mail with "log" in the subject (e.g., 75% of medical/health
mail) is no longer routed to my main mailbox, and now that I've done some
other fixes as well, I seem to have a .procmailrc file that works. Whee!
Thanks to those of you who took the time to educate me on these points.
It's much appreciated.
Oh and btw, what's the difference (if any) between mailing to
procmail(_at_)lists(_dot_)RWTH-Aachen(_dot_)DE and mailing to
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