Probably doing this wrong, cuz still using 8.8.8 :)
That'd be _sendmail_ 8.8.8? You _REALLY_ should update, or ensure that
bugger is well patched.
Yes, very well patched, many times :0
# grab the address from the original envelope
* ^From \/[^ ]+
| $SENDMAIL $LOGNAME(_at_)pop(_dot_)domain(_dot_)com -f $ORIGINAL_ENVELOPE
Provided that you're doing this from /etc/procmailrc, you should still have
elevated privledges, and sendmail should have 'root' or 'smptd' or whatever
user you're running sendmail as listed as a "trusted" user, which will
permit the -f argument to work without emiting a warning into the headers
of the message.
Ultimatley though, if you need to redirect mail as a matter of course for a
whole class of recipients, you should spend some time reading up on
Yes. This is a quick fix until we are 8.12 ready. Procmail
allows us to call spam assassin, and our own in house anti spam
thing before delivering the e-mail to the pop server.
It's a kludge but it works for now.
thanks for the help.
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