Hi Ruud and Dallman,|
many thanks for your help. The problem is solved now!!!
My delivery setup (all mail in Maildir format) :
user inbox: /var/spool/mail/Maildir/$USER
user personal folders: /home/$USER/Maildir
The trick comes here, if a user uses ~/.procmailrc, he must put
at the begining of his .procmailrc these lines:
and at the end of the hist .procmailrc he must put these 2 lines:
So, if the user's ~/.procmailrc match an email, it is delivered inside:
and if it does not match, it should be delivered in his inbox.
Is a litle confusing setup, so I will try to make it a litle easier on
The bottom line seems to be this:
MAILDIR: the working directory of procmail, where procmail "cd" before
starting to work
DEFAULT: the default mailbox (file for mbox and directory for Maildir)
procmail puts the email.
Ruud H.G. van Tol wrote:
Dallman Ross wrote:
You should recompile procmail with DEFAULT set to "$HOME/Maildir/" .
A poor second alternative (kludge, really) is to put a line in
/etc/procmailrc such that:
MAILDIR = $HOME/Maildir/
$MAILDIR should not end in a slash.
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