On Mon, 15 Nov 2004 11:25:40 -0500 (EST), Tuc <tuc(_at_)ttsg(_dot_)com> wrote:
What I'd like to be able to have is something like (pseudocode) :
if exists (/home/$LOGNAME/.procmailrc)
| /usr/local/cyrus/bin/procmail-cyrus-delivery.sh $LOGNAME
This is the end of my procmailrc file:
* ! ? test -f $HOME/.procmailrc
LOG="User has no procmailrc LOGNAME=$LOGNAME HOME=$HOME$NL"
| /usr/local/bin/spamc -u $LOGNAME
| formail -I"Status: RO"
* ? test -f $HOME/Mail/SPAM
LOG="User $LOGNAME has a .procmailrc, processing...$NL"
We can't seem to have rc's in a users directory right now since it
supposedly isn't even checking the directory for .forward or .procmailrc or
The nice thing about the LOG lines is they will help you debug what is
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