Ken Hornstein writes: > >... procmail ensures its output starts with a `From ' line and > >`>'-quotes any body lines starting with `From', so is basically > >outputting an mbox file; and rcvstore saves its input verbatim). > > Are you using the -f or -d flags to procmail?
Nope, neither of those. My .forward is "|/usr/bin/procmail -t /path/to/procmailrc || exit 75" > I confess that I do know if it is standard to have programs called > from a forward file to receive an mbox-formatted message or not! > Since rcvstore is designed to be called from a forward file, I think > that maybe the standard is to NOT receive a mbox-formatted message. This was a good hint. Altering my .forward to "|tee -a ~/trace | /usr/bin/procmail -t /path/to/procmailrc || exit 75" showed that the source of the `From ' line is upstream of my .forward, probably postfix's local daemon. I guess that the `>'-quoting is a separate issue. Sorry for the noise. Regards, Richard -- nmh-workers https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/nmh-workers