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Re: Another stupid question

On Fri, Mar 15, 2002 at 09:14:03PM -0500, Bob Billson wrote:
> On Fri, Mar 15, 2002 at 07:20:11PM -0500, Tim Sailer wrote:
> > OK, I'm number than I thought. I see nothing but a mere mention of
> > maildir in one or two spots. Can you give a little more obvious pointer?
> hrmm... You're right.  I can't find it either.  It used to be there.
> That's where I found out how to do it.
> Well, here is a relevant snippet from my exim.conf.  It should help get
> you going.  Note I deliver mail on my machine to the directory
> /home/$USER/Maildir rather than the *directory* /var/mail/$USER.  Either
> way, you *also* need to create three subdirs: new, cur, and tmp, e.g.
> mkdir /home/$USER/Maildir/{new,cur,tmp}
> Without them, mail won't get delivered.  I found that out the hard way. :)
> Hope this helps.  If not, give a yell.

YEEEELLLLLL! :) I think my problem is in procmail. I had almost exactly
what you had. Looking at the exim logs, everything is going through
the procmail_pipe since I have a very extensive .procmailrc . I'll have to
figure out how to make procmail behave with maildir.


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