[Esd-l] Sanitizer in $HOME/.procmailrc
Mark_Saunders at piucorp.com
Wed Oct 9 14:40:01 PDT 2002
Create an executable containing something like this:
formail -ds procmail /home/me/testprocmail/test.procmail
where test.procmail is the test version of your .procmailrc file
testmbox is the equivalent (or even a copy) of your ~/mbox with messages in
it.(this is what you are filtering)
MAKE SURE YOU SET PERMISSIONS CORRECTLY
check the permissions of the existing equivalent files on your system if
you're not sure.
The test.procmail file should point various items to your test environment,
* other filters you want to test
You can test all of your filters this way before putting them into production.
You can check your filtered messages, after you've run them through the
filter, with mail -f ~/testprocmail/mbox
This is all explained in greater detail in "The Procmail Companion" by Martin
I found it quite useful.
Informatica - Fenac wrote:
> I would like to know if sanitizer can be installed in : $HOME/.procmailrc
> to run in an enviromment test?
> Geovane Gongalves
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> Esd-l at spconnect.com
mv $win /dev/null
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