I have a rather complicated question, and I'm wondering if anyone has
has an answer.
I have a personal domain hosted on a shared server (with a number of
other domains). There are about 10 email addresses associated with this
domain. I do not have access to the server root--only FTP access to the
root for my domain. The server runs spamassassin.
I would like to set up a procmail recipe to redirect the
spamassassin-flagged spam for all of the mailboxes in my domain
(ainscough.com) into a spam box for review later. The spam box is
spam(_at_)ainscough(_dot_)com(_dot_) Currently, procmail does not seem to check for
recipes in individual domains hosted on the server. I tried placing a
.procmailrc in my root directory, but nothing happened.
Can procmail be configured to use individual procmail recipes that are
domain specific without presenting a huge security risk to the server?
(i.e. So that those recipes only affect mail going to their respective
domains.) The hosting company rep is willing to do this, if possible.
The catch is, he doesn't know how to do it, but if I provide detailed
instructions, he will set it up (assuming it is not a security problem).
If the above is not possible, he is also willing to place a recipe in
the mail procmail directory, if it doesn't interfere with the main
.procmailrc file. (The drawback here is that I would have to pester him
if I needed to make changes). Can a .procmailrc file be added to the
server that will redirect mail only for ONE domain (i.e.
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