On Tue, 25 Sep 2001, Andrew Edelstein wrote:
On Mon, Sep 24, 2001 at 09:24:58AM -0500, Tom Warfield wrote:
Well in our companies case we are sending and receiving via POP3, so
maybe I could have the POP3 pass it to Procmail..then procmail pass it
to the MTA, in our case Sendmail.
Does that make sense? Anyone aware of a POP3 program that has this
No, it doesn't. POP is not involved in any way with the sending of
email. It is only used to retrieve stored mail from a mail server.
Nevertheless, check out `fetchmail'. It retrieves stored mail via POP3
or IMAP4 and then hands it off to a local MTA for re-delivery. It's then
up to the MTA to invoke procmail, not the other way around, though you can
probably come up with a fetchmail configuration hack to run procmail
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