On Mon, 9 Feb 2004, Darragh Bailey wrote:
> thought that the following receipe should work
> * ^Delivered-to: mailing list bugtraq
>> securityfocus is the name of the folder there.
> would like to get a generic one to do the same for all three but
> I'd like to get just the one working first.
>> To test it out I've been using
> cat /var/mail/mymailbox | procmail
> to see if it picks up whats currently in my inbox and sorts it out
> based on a simple version. using cat /var/mail/mymailbox | grep -e
> "^Delivered-to: mailing list bugtraq" works just fine but the full
> receipe doesn't appear to. I'm sure its just something simple I'm
> missing but I can't quite seem to put my finger on it.
and running it again and look at the log file.
> what really bugs me is that the reciepe for spamassassin marked mail
> works perfectly
> * X-Spam-Status: Yes
>> Any suggestions, what the hell am I missing
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