Hi, I've got what I suspect is a simple procmail question.
I've a user who'd like me to forward only his INBOX, after all of
the other mail processing is done (he sends various things to
different folders before they hit the INBOX).
Looking around on Google, the FAQ, and the mailing list archives, I
found a lot of things like this:
Q: How can I forward a message but still leave a copy on the server? Or,
how can I forward a message and not leave a copy on the server?
A: Rephrase: Forward a copy, then proceed with normal delivery (which
ends up saving to your normal inbox on the server, unless other
subsequent Procmail recipes in your .procmailrc are triggered, and end
up delivering the message elsewhere).
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! self(_at_)other-place(_dot_)net # That's exclamation mark,
But I haven't found anything for how to forward an IMAP INBOX only
after other mail processing is done.
I'm using SunOS 5.8, procmail v3.22, and sendmail 8.12.5.
Normally, I'd just tinker until it worked, but I've had some bad
experiences creating mail loops with procmail, and I'm more than
a little leery of doing so again.
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