Thanks that did it. Another question. How can I drop a message? (kind of
like contredirect /dev/null)
On Wed, 2004-06-09 at 07:18, Ken Jones wrote:
> On Wednesday 09 June 2004 7:53 am, Pascal DeMilly wrote:
> > Hi,
> > I have a question in regards to .qmail file processing. I am trying to
> > setup a simple filtering to move spammed message to another folder using
> > .qmail files. Basically something like that:
> > | condredirect [EMAIL PROTECTED] grep 'Subject: [SPAM]'
> > ./name/Maildir/
> > For simple address like [EMAIL PROTECTED], creating a .qmail-name in the
> > domain directory works, but for more complex address
> > [EMAIL PROTECTED] .qmail-first.lastname doesn't seem to be
> > processed.
> > Is the syntax of a .qmail file different if there is a . in the address
> > name?
> > Also why do I have to specify the full path for Maildir. In the doc it
> > seems that I should have only to specify ./Maildir/. But doing so
> > doesn't work
> It might be as simple as "." characters are not allowed in .qmail file names.
> Instead use a ":" like: .qmail-first:lastname
> Check the dot-qmail man page.
> Ken Jones