MindFuq <MindFuq(_at_)comcast(_dot_)net> writes:
I'm trying to deploy procmail on a university computer with my student
account. The admins do not provide procmail, so I had to compile my own
copy. Everything works manually if I invoke procmail from the commandline.
But as soon as I use a .forward file to invoke procmail, nothing I do seems
----- Transcript of session follows -----
sh: /home/users/mhoward205/procmail/procmail: cannot execute
I would bet that the mailserver where your .forward file is examined is
a different OS or platform than the one where you compiled procmail.
Now what's really interesting is if I remove the word "exec" from the
.forward file. Then no error bounced back, but the error message from
.forward is written to my raw_in file:
Right. The exec keeps the shell from processing the rest of the compound
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