Re: Fetchmail/Mail Routing probs
Joe Stewart writes:
> All mail for our domain is placed in a POP account that we access
> remotely via fetchmail to distribute locally. The problem I have is
> mainly mailing lists. Fetchmail does not see the recipients address in
> the "Received: " header info. So messages all end up in the calling
> user's mailbox.
> 1.) Do others with this arrangement have this kind of problem.
> 2.) If they have worked through this, how?
I deliver all popmail to a dummy user named postman. Postman runs
mailagent with a .rules file that roots around in the headers and forwards
> If there is a simple solution already documented, send me to it. I've
> read and read with no success.
I don't think you could make direct use of my solution as I am presently
using popclient rather than fetchmail. The principles should be the same,
however. Also, I am dissatisfied with mailagent and considering switching
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