At 15:48 2003-03-28 -0600, Shawn Barnhart did say:
It's the same kind of thing I've been googling all day. Nothing especially
Well, if you must know, taking an offlist message to you and reposting it
in your reply back to the list wasn't especially helpful either.
You might want to check out 'milter', which is integrated with sendmail,
and would allow you to write a 'milter' filter in C/C++ or whatnot and
invoke it from sendmail. There's a higher degree of integration with that
- for instance, you should have complete access to (mutliple-recipient)
envelope data, etc. It isn't suitable as a replacement to procmail in
general use, but is much better suited to filtering messages within the
message transit, esp. when not destined for a local user.
Barring that, I have a simple example of a sendmail gateway filter. Note
however that I only drafted it to experniment with the process and don't
actually run this on any of my regular mail servers (reason number one: I
don't have a need to). It is linked from the top of my disclaimer page.
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
Procmail disclaimer: <http://www.professional.org/procmail/disclaimer.html>
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