Re: procmail and folders
On 3 Feb 1998, Martin Bialasinski wrote:
> Catalin Popescu <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> > Thank you to everybody answering my question on procmail and smail. I've
> > put the files .forward and .procmailrc, modified the USERNAME to my
> > usernaname (ie cpopescu), but it still does not work. Do I have to create
> > the files where procmail is supposed to save the incoming messages? Is
> > there something wrong with permissions?
> Could you say *what* didn't work?
> Do you still get your mail just in one file or does it disappear or
> something else?
Thank you for helping me. It's true that I did not mention all details.
Here they are: my problem is that the _all_my_mail_ disappears and I'm not
able to found it.
> You could also post your .forward and .procmailrc again, so we know what
> you actually use now. And the output of ls -l $HOME/mail (or the directory
> you store the sorted mail in) will be usefull.
My $HOME/mail directory has the following permissions
drwx------ 3 cpopescu cpopescu 2048 Feb 3 18:56 mail
and all the files in it have the permissions
-rw------- 1 cpopescu cpopescu 5390 Jan 30 22:20 stiplica
I also attach my currently .forward and .procmailrc files.
Thank you for your help.
"|IFS=' ' && exec /usr/bin/procmail -f- || exit 75 #cpopescu"
######### procmailrc file
### Some of this taken from
### the help G. Branden Robinson <email@example.com>
### posted on the debian-user list.
MAILDIR=/home/cpopescu/mail # you'd better make sure it exists
DEFAULT=/var/spool/mail/cpopescu # completely optional
LOGFILE=$MAILDIR/logfile # recommended
# I use the FROM header because if it comes from the listserver I want it
# in debian, and if it's cc'd to me, I want the cc'd copy in INBOX
### This sends all mail from the debian lists to debian
### Anything NOT from these will end up in my inbox