Procmail tips page pointer

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Thu, 13 Nov 2003 18:43:58


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Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Fri, 28 Nov 2003 20:49:29

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Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers

 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Tue, 16 Dec 2003 18:48:50

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
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Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Thu, 01 Jan 2004 11:02:23

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
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Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Sat, 17 Jan 2004 18:20:02

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
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Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Mon, 02 Feb 2004 17:44:41

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
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Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Tue, 17 Feb 2004 19:03:04

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
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Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Thu, 04 Mar 2004 19:07:04

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Sun, 04 Apr 2004 20:36:51

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Mon, 19 Apr 2004 21:55:10

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Wed, 05 May 2004 22:01:16

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Wed, 30 Jun 2004 03:43:57

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Thu, 15 Jul 2004 13:20:19

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Sat, 31 Jul 2004 13:29:53

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers
 
 
 

Procmail tips page pointer

Post by jari.aalt » Sun, 15 Aug 2004 17:00:54

rchive-name: mail/procmail/tips-pointer
Posting-Frequency: 2 times a month
Maintainer: Jari Aalto < XXXX@XXXXX.COM >
Last-Modified: $Docid: 2002-07-11 Jari Aalto $

Announcement: "Procmail tips page: all you wanted to know about procmail"

Faq archive is at:

http://www.faqs.org/faqs/

The Procmail documentation project is at

http://pm-doc.sourceforge.net/

Other procmail documents

Era's exellent procmail pages (including procmail faq) are at:

http://www.iki.fi/~era/procmail

Another exellent email filtering tips and recipes (procmail)
Page by Prof. Timo Salmi at

http://www.uwasa.fi/~ts/info/proctips.html

What is Procmail?

Procmail is a mail processing utility, which can help you
filter your mail; sort incoming mail according to sender, Subject
line, length of message, keywords in the message, etc; implement an
ftp-by-mail server, and much more. Procmail is also a complete
drop-in replacement for your MDA. (If this doesn't mean anything to
you, you don't want to know.)

Procmail runs under Unix. See Infinite Ink's Mail Filtering and
Robots page for information about related utilities for various other
platforms, and competing Unix programs, too (there aren't that many
of either).

Description

The procmail tips page contains collection of procmail recipes,
instructions, howtos. The document also contains URL pointers to
the procmail mailing list and sites that fight against Internet
UBE. You will also find many other interesting subjects that
discuss about internet email: haeders and RFCs.

The tips are compiled from the procmail discussion list,
from comp.mail.misc and from the author's own experiences with
procmail.

This document does not teach you basics of procmail; instead you
have to be familiar with the procmail man pages already before this
document's tips are useful to you.

Table of contents as of 2002-07-11

1.0 Document id
1.1 General
1.2 What is Procmail?
1.3 Abbreviations and thanks
1.4 Version information
1.5 Document layout and maintenance
1.5.1 Sending improvements
1.6 About presented recipes
1.7 Variables used in recipes
1.8 About "useless use of cat award"

2.0 Procmail pointers
2.1 Where is procmail developed
2.2 About procmail's Y2K compliance
2.3 Procmail resources
2.4 Procmail mode for Emacs
2.5 Procmail module library project
2.5.1 Where to get the modules
2.5.2 Terminology
2.5.3 Foreword to using modules
2.5.4 Header file modules
2.5.5 General modules
2.5.6 Low-level Date and time handling
2.5.7 Higher-level Date and time handling
2.5.8 Forwarding and account modules
2.5.9 Vacation modules
2.5.10 Message-id based modules
2.5.11 Cron modules
2.5.12 Backup modules
2.5.13 Confirmation modules
2.5.14 File Servers
2.5.15 Mime modules
2.5.16 Filtering message body or headers