Michelle Konzack wrote:
<> Am 2004-08-01 16:09:18, schrieb Obantec Support:
<> > #do i need a rule here to continue delivery to local user?
<> ! <localuser>
If "Obantec Support" meant ``Deliver to the user on whose behalf this
procmail instance is running'' then nothing additional was needed.
When the end of the procmailrc file is reached, the system mailbox is
the default delivery location.
<> > hopefully only spam free (rule1) and web/post/enq emails get here and are
<> > delivered to local mailbox.
"Hopefully" ... On the gripping hand, no anti-spam measure is perfect
so your solution will run substantial risk of losing real mail.
Consider delivering spam to a file and checking it periodically for
If you are implementing this system for users other than yourself,
then deleting their emails is _bad_ ... Flag the message as probable
spam and let them decide what to do with it.
R A Lichtensteiger rali(_at_)tifosi(_dot_)com
There is hopeful symbolism in the fact that flags do not wave in a vacuum.
- A. C. Clarke
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