From that website you linked to before..
"Okay, Here's the bunch of files you're going to need when setting this
This is the almighty sendmail daemon patched to work with mysql"
Looks like it's the MTA does the work here. You could in theory use
/etc/procmailrc to deliver mail based on a MySQL table. All it requires
is a perl/shell/php/some language script called from there that
interogates a MySQL db before delivering the message to some mailbox.
"John P . Looney" wrote:
>> > formail -s procmail < mbox
> > to test your procmail recipes..
>> Problem being, for that to work, it's already decided who it's to deliver
> it too. Does this mean that it's postfix I've to hack into reading MySQL
> instead of procmail ?
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