At 16:29 2003-10-30 -0600, Christopher L. Barnard wrote:
* ? formail -xFrom: | fgrep -i -f allowlist.dat
| formail -a "X-Keeplist-Member:Procmail has allowed this message through."
However, in my log file
procmail: Executing " formail -xFrom: | fgrep -i -f allowlist.dat"
fgrep: can't open allowlist.dat
What dir is it in? I actually have a directory for such files, and the
recipe uses a $PMDIR/ prefix on the file (and a flag to ensure the variable
Tried simply moving the file into the same dir as is set by MAILDIR ?
ok. it needs to be pathed. So I modified my .procmailrc to have it in
the default PATH.
PATH is used for program execution, not locating data files.
nope. So I modified my recipe to refer to
Use $HOME instead. See the manpages.
Yarg. I was trying to do [\@,\.]cbot\.com. Thanks for catching that.
What is the significance of the comma? also @ doesn't need escaping, and
dot doesn't when part of a character class...
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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