Michelle Konzack wrote:
It works all in memory with pipes.
When you're altering the content of the message at hand, yes, but not
when you're editing a file already stored on the server.
You men from the headers? -- The use:
|formail -f ....
No, that's for altering the contents of the message at hand.
One stumbling block: I don't have shell access there and it would be a
problem to find out whether perl is even installed.
Install a procmailrecipe which check it for you...
* ^Subject:.*\[PERL\-TEST\] PERL\-TEST
|formail -IX-PERL-TEST: `perl -v |head -n1`
Yes, I did that last weekend, after Don or Ruud or both told me about
perl's -v option.
Anyhow, the thing is working fine now; I decided to use ed and let the
system handle the temp files; if I did it, I could mess it up with a bad
edit of my rcfile.
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