On Tuesday 27 January 2004 11:25 pm, Jer wrote:
> Dear all
> I currently have a /etc/procmailrc file to send all my mail though a filter
> :0 wf
> But I have one user that asked me to exclude him from the filtering
> I was just wondering how I would write that?
I'm just learning about procmail; so be wary of my advice:
First, are you **sure** you want to make an exception?
If you're allowing the users to decide whether/how their email should be
filtered, you can copy the procmailrc file to .procmailrc in each user's home
directory. (You could even create a dot file in /usr/share/skel/ for future
users.) You can then modify or delete that user's .procmailrc.
Another option may be to add a delivering recipe to the top of the procmailrc
file that delivers the specific user's mail unchanged.
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