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On 12/20/11 9:06 PM, Kevin A. McGrail wrote:
> On 12/20/2011 9:57 PM, Robert A. Ober wrote:
> I believe you are barking up the wrong tree with this. From man
> procmailrc, I believe you need to set DEFAULT though I must admit I
> use the system default /var/spool/mail so I'm not certain.
> MAILDIR Current directory while procmail is executing (that
> means that all paths are relative to $MAILDIR).
> DEFAULT Default mailbox file (if not told otherwise,
> procmail will dump mail in this mailbox). Procmail will automatically
> use $DEFAULT$LOCKEXT as lockfile prior to writing to this mailbox.
> You do not
> need to set this variable, since it already points
> to the standard system mailbox.
Default did the trick as far as the mailbox not moving. Spamd does not
catch any spam so I guess I need to research that again tomorrow.
Thanks for the fix!