From: Charles Gregory <cgregory(_at_)hwcn(_dot_)org>
If the recipes below are operating at your server level, then
obviously they are being *bypassed* by the 'all_spam_to' -
which likely means that you have somehow bypassed invoking
procmail altogether. In that case it doesn't really matter
what per-user recipes you have unless you have some way to
invoke procmail just for those users....
Sorry, I guess I need to explain it a little differently. procmailrc is not
being by-passed. "all_spam_to" is in SA... What I am trying to do is
determine if I run a procmailrc at the user level (calling SA) if it will
make a difference with messages listing multiple recipients in the "to"
field...one of them listed with an "all_spam_to".
Instead, is this possible...
Can I set up my procmailrc script at the server level and deliver any
messages to the one user regardless of whether or not it was flagged as
spam, but still not deliver to any other recipients in the mail? I am not
very good at recipes, but something with the concept of:
if scored as spam, then if the "To" or "CC" contain user x, deliver to user
x ONLY. All other spam will go to null or a corporate spam box.
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