On Sun, 2002-01-06 at 20:31, Professional Software Engineering wrote:
At 12:04 2002-01-06 +0100, Nils Vogels wrote:
a) email arrives at procmails door
b) procmail looks up the features the recipient has enabled using a
Thanks, that helped a lot.
One thing about the example you gave in
Why do you use a pipe here ?
FILTER_OPTIONS=|`grep "^$LOGNAME " /etc/procmailrcs/spamassassin.users`
Wouldnt just executing the grep give the same results ?
The main part im wondering about is how to get procmail to talk to a
sql db.. does anyone have any experiences with this ?
Procmail itself won't do the talking - you'd use a small helper
application. You could pass SQL queries on the commandline to that
helper if you so chose, but if you just return *ALL* the rule flags
back in one string, you can make *ONE* call to the helper script,
rather than several dozen (or however many rules you may have).
I was thinking it wouldnt, but executing a seperate program is fine as
well .. is there a way to catch STDERR as well, coming from the binary
btw, and still being able to tell the difference between STDOUT and
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