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Re: Grab all headers as a variable

2001-08-01 10:38:23
* Kip Turk <kipt(_at_)wcc(_dot_)net> [010801 13:04]:
On Wed, 1 Aug 2001, Matt Dunford wrote:

* Kip Turk <kipt(_at_)wcc(_dot_)net> [010725 18:13]:

I'd like to add the original headers when I warn a sender that I denied
their message due to a virus.  I know it's quite trivial to pass just the
headers, but I can't find a simple way to store them all.

Does something like this not work?

HEADERS=`| formail -X ""`

Not that I could find:

procmail: Executing "| formail -X """
/bin/bash: syntax error near unexpected token `|'
/bin/bash: -c: line 1: `| formail -X ""'

Trying to place it within the recipe would make HEADERS= my LASTFOLDER.
Outside the recipe gives the above error.  Seems to me the pipe won't work
as it's not actually pushing anything through formail in this case.

Oops, you're right.  The following two examples *might* work:

HEADERS=`formail -X ""`  # w/out the beginning pipe

{ HEADERS=`| formail -X ""` }

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