John A. Kinsella said:
> this seems to be the problem?
> I'd like to use spamassassin with procmail. No point else!
> As I mentioned above, using .forward seems to break procmail & mail goes
> to hyperspace.
> Even if I were to decouple procmail from sendmail.cf, I'd need a .forward
> file of the form:
> "|IFS=' ' && exec /usr/bin/procmail -f- || exit 75 #kinsella"
> to make procmail work.
Hi John --
it should be easy to get procmail to run spamassassin as a filter; but
unfortunately I have no clue about procmail whatsoever, it just looks like
line noise to me ;)
So ILUGgers -- I know there's a few procmail wizzes out there -- how do
you get procmail to pipe a message through it, and use the result (on
stdout) as the message which should be delivered (according to the usual
Alternatively, can I get procmail to simply deliver all mail to a command,
and let it handle delivery? Preferably with procmail doing the locking so
that only one process can be running this at once.
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