Postfix Filters and header_checks
jonathan at carnageblender.com
Mon Aug 15 14:27:53 MDT 2005
On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 14:21:53 -0600, "Dennis" <devel at muhlesteins.com>
> Jonathan Ellis wrote:
> >On Mon, 15 Aug 2005 13:57:23 -0600, "Dennis" <devel at muhlesteins.com>
> >>All the documentation I find for the header_checks just says foo:bar
> >>where I put ??:??. I just want to execute a script with the mail as the
> >>input and then have the mail delivered unaltered. So what is foo:bar
> >>supposed to really be? The docs/man pages say it's
> >>transport:destination but I'm having trouble figuring out how to make
> >>transport:destination into path/args for my script.
> >http://www.postfix.org/FILTER_README.html gives an example.
> Already been there. The filter there is executed each time a mail
> arrives. I want the filter to be executed only when the header check
> passes. The examples for the header/body_checks just say foo:bar where
> I need to add something to execute the script though. I've only found
> examples in header/body_checks for using REJECT, which I can get to work
> just fine. But I don't want to use the REJECT action, I want to use
> FILTER but don't know what to replace foo:bar with.
The same things you can set up for content_filter. In the readme they
demonstrate setting up a service called scan.
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