> What's your qmail log file say?
> If the contents are just a forward, no mail is going to be saved locally
> for that account, are you sure the remote account (&[EMAIL PROTECTED]) is
> *not* receiving the mail?
I just setup a test account, [EMAIL PROTECTED], and then logged into
qmailadmin and setup a forward to go to my work account,
[EMAIL PROTECTED]  I sent an email from my work account to my test
account, and I see the below information.  Possibly of interest is that the
.Spam folder was dynamically created, meaning that despite having the
forward in place (in the .qmail file) maildrop is still being called and
SpamAssassin is being run against the message.  I'm currently doing spam
filtering with maildrop on a domain-wide level, not on a per-user level, and
I'm wondering if maildrop is not able to process the .qmail file correctly?
In the case of valid mail, the list thing the mailfilter would do is deliver

@400000003f3d02b0186e054c new msg 229974
@400000003f3d02b0186f7094 info msg 229974: bytes 975 from
<[EMAIL PROTECTED]> qp 4017 uid 505
@400000003f3d02b018987c64 starting delivery 1963824: msg 229974 to local
@400000003f3d02b018997e34 status: local 1/50 remote 3/100
@400000003f3d02b20f450114 delivery 1963824: success: did_0+0+1/
@400000003f3d02b20f451884 status: local 0/50 remote 3/100
@400000003f3d02b20f452054 end msg 229974

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