On 10 Nov 2003 Professional Software Engineering
At 17:29 2003-11-10 +0100, Zbynek Houska wrote:
My aim was to keep mail from (for me important) newsletter mailers
before procmail does spam detection. But, if I look at header there is
no sign of Bcc at all.
One little question: what about spam which isn't apparently Sent-to or Cc-ed
to me? Is that Bcc mail?
I suggest you read the pertinent mail RFCs.
Also look at some (or all) of the links I that I list on my
Procmail Quick Start in this section:
Here's the list:
* era eriksson's Procmail FAQ: Why Headers Don't Matter
* era eriksson's Procmail FAQ: Why can't I match on the BCC:
* era eriksson's Procmail FAQ: How do I implement a virtual
domain? Or, how can I let several local users share the
same POP mailbox at the upstream? Or, what is the most
frequently made wrong assumption about mail delivery?
* Jari Aalto's Procmail Tips: Bcc lecture by Alan Stebbens
* Jari Aalto's Procmail Tips: Bcc lecture by Philip Guenther
* sendmail.org: Virtual Hosting with Sendmail and Q3.29 --
How can I add a header specifying the actual recipient when
having multiple users in a virtual domain go to a single
* Andrzej Filip's Deliveries to Shared Mailboxes (sendmail)
* Philip Guenther's sendmail-related message Re: Procmailers
beware: BCC handling in the Procmail mailing list
* Dave Sill's Life with qmail: Configuring Virtual Domains
o FAQ: Multidrop-mode problems, especially M2. I can't
seem to get fetchmail to route to a local domain properly
and the Q&As below this one
o Man Page: The Use and Abuse of Multidrop Mailboxes
* Getmail: Configuring getmail: POP3 Account types: Domain
* the Procmail mailing-list thread virtual domain multiple
* Jason R. Mastaler's TMDA Pre-Configuration page, which
includes information about getting envelope information
from various MTAs. Jason says "TMDA receives much of its
information about the envelope of an incoming message from
environment variables set by the MTA. Most importantly,
SENDER (the full envelope sender address), RECIPIENT (the
full envelope recipient address), and EXT or EXTENSION (the
recipient address extension)."
* Ken Lucke's Reading Email Headers
* EmailDiscussions.com > Discussions about Email Services >
The Technical Zone... > Guide to email headers? How easily
can these be forged?
* SpamAssassin Bugzilla Bug 2142: Need code to infer MAIL
FROM: address from message (this includes a link to this
* John Conover's E-mail "Received: " Header IP Address
As I say on my Quick Start, this is one of the most frequently
asked questions about Procmail, i.e., it is a FAQ!
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