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procmail [2018/09/25 10:57]
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procmail [2018/09/25 10:58] (current)
jansen [Mail filtering and forwarding using procmail]
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 To get started, create a file called ''​.procmailrc''​ in your home directory, or install our [[procmailrc template]] using ''​SfinxInstall .procmailrc''​. The template comes with the most common settings, documented in comments. Also included are some other useful settings that you may want, which are commented out and can be enabled by removing the ''#''​ at the beginning of these lines. To get started, create a file called ''​.procmailrc''​ in your home directory, or install our [[procmailrc template]] using ''​SfinxInstall .procmailrc''​. The template comes with the most common settings, documented in comments. Also included are some other useful settings that you may want, which are commented out and can be enabled by removing the ''#''​ at the beginning of these lines.
  
-The ''​.procmailrc''​ is a text file, so it can be edited in all the usual [[editors]]. ​+The ''​.procmailrc''​ is a text file, so it can be edited in all the usual [[linux:​software_categories#​editors]]. ​
  
 A simple mail forwarding rule (provided in a comment in the template file) will look like this: A simple mail forwarding rule (provided in a comment in the template file) will look like this:
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