Tnx for the explanation!!
It works know and I understand what i did wrong.
On Sun, May 25, 2008 at 9:41 AM, Brandon Enright <bmenrigh(_at_)ucsd(_dot_)edu>
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On Sat, 24 May 2008 23:26:17 +0200 or thereabouts Alitrix aka Ali
For some reason procmail isn´t duplicating the whole email when it´s
This should forward emails that are ment for *(_at_)letscall(_dot_)nl to a
IMAP-subdir. Don't look at the procmail-rules, those work fine. I
just wanted to test something.
You have several problems here:
'H' is the default (egrep headers) and doesn't need to be specified.
'h' specifically tells procmail to only deliver headers to the
If you remove both you'll get the behavior you want.
Also, you shouldn't deliver directly to /new/ but just to the maildir
and let procmail handle putting emails in new.
With your regex, you should probably use ^TO or ^TO_. You don't need
to escape '@' but you do need to escape '.'. Your leading '.*' is
meaningless in the context that you are using it.
Try changing the recipe to:
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