On Fri, 7 Jan 2000 13:02:18 +0000
David Murphy <drjolt+ilug at redbrick.dcu.ie> wrote:
| Quoting <20000106152648.S6729 at urda.heanet.ie>
| by Dave Wilson <dave.wilson at heanet.ie>:
| > Is there a right way to invokej rblchk from slocal, or slocal from
| > procmail in such a way that procmail won't try to re-deliver the
| > message after slocal has done the job?
| Double-check for yourself to be sure, but I believe that procmail
| understands X-Loop, and will do the right thing so long as the
| upstream program understands X-Loop too.
After a fashion, I implement loop detection using:
* ^X-Loop: paul at baltimore.ie
| formail -A "X-Loop: paul at baltimore.ie" | /usr/lib/sendmail pmcauley at iol.ie
To run a filter I use:
To achieve something similar in slocal, you might look at using a filter of:
| filtername | slocal -maildelivery second-slocal-file
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