Am Sa, den 25.09.2004 schrieb Brian Feeny um 3:40:
> We use maildrop so that we can do some fancy mail routing for our
> customers. For all of our domains
> we put a .qmail-default file that references a .mailfilter file.
I use Matt Simersons Qmail-Toaster on FreeBSD, and the .qmail-default
file there looks like this:
| /usr/local/vpopmail/bin/vdelivermail '' bounce-no-mailbox
(for a non-catchall domain - it would be the maildir of the
catchall-account in case that option was activated)
Then, if I turn on spam-filtering on my account, *my* .qmail reads this:
| /usr/local/bin/maildrop /usr/local/etc/mail/mailfilter
This is a central file, that does the filtering.
It also picks-up any personal filters.
I've never heard anyone complain about catchall etc.
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