I have a fully functional Sendmail server that can send mail between stations on my local network. Procmail delivers the normal local messages fine, but I am having issues with ~.procma... [by steve13th]
on 04/06/2010 – Made popular on 04/06/2010
I have a pair of mail servers that are comprised mainly of Postfix, Procmail and Cyrus-IMAP and they both work fine. The IMAP servers are configured in a simple master/replica pair. All 'normal' mail is accepted by the master's Postfix which processes it through Procmail for delivery to the Cyrus-IMAP running on the same server.
There is documentation around on how to make /usr/local/bin/procmail work with delivering to a maildir.
However, it is my understanding that it is also possible to avoid procmail altogether, and have sendmail's local_procmail FEATURE call /usr/local/libexec/dovecot/deliver / dovecot-lda directly, instead of first calling procmail.
In such case, how would dovecot-lda know whether it needs to deli
I'm trying to figure out how to implement a global procmail file in my centOS server. But I'm a new guy at procmail and spamassasin and don't really know what I'm doing, so I need some help please. I can't really find any good tuts online either..
How can I go about creating a procmailrc file for all users on a system?
When I run "sudo dpkg-reconfigure postfix", do I need to say Yes to "Use Procmail for local delivery" ? I'm not sure to answer yes or no AS I configure both Postfix and Dovecot servers. If I do not use "procmail", does dovecot take care the local mail delivery or other default program will handle the local delivery ? thx.
So I'd like to try rss2email, which you simply give an smtp server and it sends you the feed by email.I was wondering, since I currently fetch my mail with getmail and distribute it to my maildir with procmail, could I get rss2email to send the feeds localy (i.e.