July 2005 Archives by thread
Starting: Fri Jul 1 00:04:06 CEST 2005
Ending: Sun Jul 31 23:37:36 CEST 2005
Ruud H.G. van Tol
- new spam filtering rule
- genuine email got blocked as spam
- includerc, explicit to:, /dev/null
- Can procmail do this?
- Read on server read in maildir?
- virBL (was new spam filtering rule)
- $=, last score, behaviour (Procmail 3.22_5 on FreeBSD 5.3)
- sorting messages by +tags (bob+tag at isp.com)
- Procmail, sendmail and external forwarding from /etc/aliases
- how to identify a repeatly virus / spam sending sending ip and bounce
- multiply by -1
- FROM_DAEMON macro needs updating
- Forward as normal message
- How to pipe only if certain file exists?
- Forwarding and Baracudda Spam Appliance
- misunderstood regexp
- FROM_DAEMON catch problem
- Can't change the Subject:
- simple autoresponse/reply recipe needed to incoming messages
- procmail creating Maildir files instead of using mbox
- Can't change the Subject: (Michael Bluejay)
- Autoreponder does not work
- procmail: Error while writing to
- Recovering from an error in procmailrc
- I need to add text to the beginning of an autoreply message
- Getting Procmail Started
- More problems changing the Subject
- how to stop the many bounced messages from my autoreply recipe
- Problems with procmail regexp and <...>
- what directory to put a server-wide .procmailrc file
- how to extract informations from the subject field ?
- pipe mails via procmail
- identifying no "From" header
- sending spam to /dev/null
- procmail Digest, Vol 30, Issue 28
- detecting from - whoops!
- detecting missing "From:", spam
- detecting no "From:"
- Help needed for all OpenOffice lists users
- insert a X-header without resending the mail
- no challenge, but should spammers be blacklisted?
- procmail Digest, Vol 30, Issue 38
- howto make shure to get the right Received header
- Welcome to the "procmail" mailing list
- Using Formail to remove headers
- handle spam in local inbox
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