On Wed, 20 Dec 2006, Bart Schaefer might have said:
I suspect no one answered you the first time because, like me, they
missed the single reference to procmail that appears 46 lines down in
a message that otherwise appears to have nothing to do with procmail.
On 12/19/06, Mike <mikee(_at_)mikee(_dot_)ath(_dot_)cx> wrote:
Is there a way to have procmail selectively give all messages for only two
users to cyrus' 'deliver' and let all other messages continue on the
path back to courier?
It's not clear, from anything you've said, where procmail is presently
involved in the series of transactions. Do you mean, can you replace
maildrop with procmail to accomplish this? Or what do you have in
My guess is that the answer to your question is "no," because procmail
is a local delivery agent and there's no local delivery involved in
smarthost forwarding. You're going to have to change something else
about the configuration first.
The question is if and how procmail can be used to make the
configuration work. I am replacing the courier and maildrop
server with a server that has sendmail and cyrus. While I'm
testing the setup I want messages for myself and one other user
(initially) to be delivered directly to cyrus and not forwarded
back to courier/maildrop after spam assassin scanning. I want
to short-circuit the smart host forwarding for these two users.
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