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?
I have a 6.5 machine that had everything set up and working correctly (fetchmail, sendmail w/ starttls, procmail, spamassassin) but the MB cratered.
I bought a new machine, and installed Centos 6.6 and all is not well.
I used the config from the previous incarnation (via backups) for fetchmail (works fine), sendmail (works fine for sending via relay and tls), but procmail now refuses to pick up th
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.