freebsd at fbsdsolutions.com
Mon Apr 26 11:11:57 PDT 2004
> On Friday 23 April 2004 03:07 pm, Derrick Ryalls <"Derrick Ryalls"
> <freebsd at fbsdsolutions.com>> wrote:
> > Pardon if this is a bit off topic, but here it goes...
> > I have a couier-mta system that is running nicely on my 4.9
> box, and I
> > wanted to add some server side mailfilter for some of my
> email (like
> > put mail from this list into a specific folder automatically).
> > I enabled maildrop in courierd, but I am unconvinced it is working.
> > As a test, I put just this in my $HOME/.mailfilter file:
> > to "./Maildir/.test"
> It's been a long time since I set it up, so I don't remember
> the details
> of how I came up with it, but the rule I use for this list is:
> if (/List-ID:.*freebsd-questions/:h)
> to $HOME/Maildir/.FreeBSD.questions
> That's in the ".mailfilter" file in my home directory.
> You also need a file named ".courier" in your home directory with the
> following delivery instruction in it:
> | /usr/local/bin/maildrop
This is the part that I missed. It is always the little things that mess us
What I was talking about with aliases was that I wanted stuff addressed to
godzilla at mydomain.com to automatically be put in a specific folder on the
server. I already had the aliases set up, I just wanted autofiltering put
in place. Thanks to your help, though, I did get it worked out.
I guess my next step will be spamassassin, but that will probably be a bit
down the road.
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