procmailrc question - solution?
david+dated+1177522163.c2852b at skytracker.ca
Fri Apr 20 17:43:46 UTC 2007
> It seems that anything that is not processed by the global procmailrc
> file is processed by the local .procmailrc file. What I would like to
> do is flag a few users only and send them to the their users .procmailrc
> file. Kind of the reverse of the normal.
> If I had to improvise;
> * ^To.*david at banning
> What to put here to send to home .procmailrc
> * ^To.*anyoneelse
I may have found a solution here. It is possible to direct the email
back through procmail again, using the -m option to use the
private rc file;
* ^To.*david at skytracker.ca
|/usr/local/bin/procmail -m /usr/david/.procmailrc
the man page states;
-m Turns procmail into a general purpose mail filter.
seems to work.
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