Joe Laffey wrote:
On Thu, 18 Dec 2003, Troy Benjegerdes wrote:
Second, I don't remember at what point /etc/courier/maildroprc runs, but
in my setup, I had to run spamassasin from the user's .mailfilter to
actually get it to modify the message.
This may be what I need. Can you post a sample .mailfilter for reference?
Calling xfilter will look and work exactly the same in
etc/courier/maildroprc and .mailfilter.
Also, what uid does .mailfilter run as?
Mail is delivered as the user receiving the message, so both
etc/courier/maildroprc and .mailfilter are processed under the same uid.