Ops! I'm in trouble again. I've just noticed that if the sender fills the recipient address at BBC instead TO field, the msglog won't show the recipient. (For all msgs in msglog the "Delivered-To:" is msglog@mydomain).
THX for the replay regarding the scripts. I'll work on it soon. Luís Marcelo Nogueira InterConnect www.intermail.com.br mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] --- Este e-mail é confidencial e de uso exclusivo do destinatário. Seu conteúdo não deve ser revelado a terceiros. Caso você não seja o destinatário, favor notificar o remetente e apagar esta mensagem imediatamente. Alertamos que esta mensagem transitou por via pública de comunicação, e seu conteúdo original pode ter sido adulterado. This e-mail is private and confidential, and of exclusive use of the addressee only. Its contents should not be revealed to third parties. If you are not the intended addressee, please notify the sender and promptly delete this message. It should be advised that this correspondence has been transmitted through a public communication channel, and its original contents may have suffered alteration. --- ------------------------------------- Monday, December 16, 2002, 6:28:47 AM: PP> Hi Luis, PP> On Mon, 16 Dec 2002 03:08:33 -0200 PP> Luis Marcelo Nogueira <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote: >>> except maybe making use of QMAILQUEUE patch, which is in the above >> Eventually, it's worked! Thank you very much. I had some problems >> (Unable_to_chdir_to_maildir), but now it's solved. >> >> Now I have to find "a script or program, that checks if the message is >> from or to this particular domain"... Do you have any suggestion? PP> MANPATH=/var/qmail/man man 8 qmail-command PP> Read this, set up a script that writes the environment to a file (e.g. 'set >>>/tmp/xyz.test') and call that test-script from a dot-qmail file. PP> Now decide which variable(s) (I'd recommend $HOST as a starting point) PP> you want to check. For outgoing mails you'll have to check $SENDER, I PP> guess. PP> HTH, and sorry, I don't know if there's a "ready to use" script anywhere PP> out there. Chances are you'll have to write it yourself.