[sclug] procmail help

Tom Dawes-Gamble tmdg at tmdg.co.uk
Sun Mar 21 22:50:28 UTC 2004

Doesn't it always happen that way?  You ask he question and then you
find an answer.  :-)

I found that 

* ^Sender: listname-bounces at domain.org.uk
| sed -e s/bogus.dom.ain.domain.org.uk/listname.domain.org.uk/ >>

So who know why it failed before.


On Sun, 2004-03-21 at 20:50, Tom Dawes-Gamble wrote:
> OK you procmail gurus.
> One of the mailing lists I subscribe to have the "List-Id:" header
> configured wrongly.  So when I use "Reply To List" in Evolution
> I get a bogus address.  I've told them but they know better and 
> insist it's configured correctly.
> So I'd like to configure procmail to correct it for me.
> I used to have 
> :0:
> * ^Sender: listname-bounces at domain.org.uk
> List_Folder
> that put everything in to the folder OK.
> I thought something like :-
> :0:
> * ^Sender: listname-bounces at domain.org.uk
> | sed -e 's/List-Id: List name <bogus.dom.ain.domain.org.uk>/List-Id:
> List Name <listname.domain.org.uk>/' >> List_Folder
> should do the trick but that just puts the mail in my normal inbox
> so it looks like the rule is not being triggered.
> The sed line is on one line in the .procmailrc file.
> So what is the magic to make it do what I want.
> Tom.
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