Re: Auto Responder
>>>>> "Tony" == Tony Koehn <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
Tony> Does anyone know where I can find or how I go about getting
Tony> an Auto Responder on a Debian Linux Box?
Get `procmail', `smartlist' and the `procmail-lib' packages. If
you've got a little shell programming experience, you'll be able to
piece together what you want from those with a few days of study. If
you use `sendmail', you should make `procmail' your local mailer.
I've got a technical support system set up that will autoreply to
folks who send mail to it, but only once per day. It sends them a
note telling them that support staff will reply within 24hrs. I did
it with `smartlist', just to learn how. It's not being used by anyone
right now; I don't have a job---I just study.
If you are interested enough, and need something like this for your
ISP or business, let me know. I can always use a few extra book
dollars or a couple of cheeseburgers. ;-) I'm sure I could find the
You can try the list by sending mail to:
... note that bittersweet isn't on the net 24 hours a day, so it might
sit in your out Q for a while. In the normal case, the response would
be immediate, of course. Uhhmmm... If you send mail to it, and *dont*
get an autoreply, let me know. It may need further debugging. :-)
mailto:email@example.com (Karl M. Hegbloom)
Portland, OR USA
Debian GNU 1.3.1+hamm Linux pre-2.0.31-9+select AMD K5 PR-133
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