On Thu, 29 Nov 2007, Darragh Ó Héiligh wrote:
> My .procmailrc is as follows: Note, this is the entire file. am I
> leaving something out? I have seen a number of examples with
> declerations for example: path is set to /bin and /usr/bin but from
> what I gather, these aren't necessary.
> * ^Sender: .*-bounces at linux\.ie
> :0 Wh: linux.ie.lock
> | formail -D 24576 mail-in/linux-ie-cache
> * ^X-BeenThere: ilug at linux\.ie
> * ^X-BeenThere: social at linux\.ie
You use maildir, so don't you need to change the mailbox name to
deliver to maildir (add a /, as another poster suggested). I bet
you've got an mbox /file/ called 'ilug' now.
> * ^List-Post: .*opensuse at opensuse\.org
> :0 Wh: opensuse.org.lock
> | formail -D 24576 mail-in/opensuse-org-cache
> * ^X-BeenThere: opensuse at opensuse\.org
The rules look fine btw. I bet they're working, just not to the mail
folders you were expecting/hoping for. Double check that.
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