Filtering Spam to One Email Address

Mike Kercher mike at CAMAROSS.NET
Wed Jun 26 20:33:15 IST 2002

Your /etc/procmailrc should be the global procmail configuration


----- Original Message -----
From: "Nathan Johanson" <nathan at TCPNETWORKS.NET>
Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 12:32 PM
Subject: Re: Filtering Spam to One Email Address

> I asked about this last week...
> Apparently, this is a function of the MTA or procmail (as Julian
> I am currently investigating procmail . At this point, I've only gotten as
> far as configuring procmail per account on the destination mail server.
> I figure out how to "globalize" it, I have no doubt that it will work in
> most cases.
> Unfortunately, I don't think this will work in my situation, as it seems
> that procmail needs to run on the server that ultimately receives the
> In our case, we scan mail for other domains and then simply use the
> mailertable to relay the mail to the receiving server (which in most cases
> is Exchange Server). At least one of these domain owners has asked us to
> forward all spam to a single address. But I'm not sure how procmail would
> fit into this mix as it appears to be geared more toward "local" delivery
> and we're simply passing the mail through. If their receiving server was
> running Linux (or some other Unix variant), we could use procmail to do
> for them.
> I haven't completed my testing and I haven't even scraped the surface of
> procmail's funcionality, so it's possible my initial conclusions are
> I haven't even started to look at or test the possibilities with Sendmail.
> If you find a working solution for this sort of thing, please let me know.
> Good luck.
> Nathan
> >----- Original Message -----
> >From: Steve Evans
> >Sent: Wednesday, June 26, 2002 10:08 AM
> >Subject: Filtering Spam to One E-mail Address
> >I know this was just asked but I was out of town and had a hard time
> following the thread.  Did we >find a way to send all spam to one address?
> If not will this feature be added?
> >Steve Evans
> >Computing Services
> >(619) 594-0653

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