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Re: [PROGRAMMERING] Procmail: multiple actions



"Christian G. V. Bøgh" <sslug@sslug> writes:

> Det her virker ikke:
> --------------------
> :0fhw
> * ^Subject.*(keyword1|keyword2|keyword3)
> {
>   :0 c
>   | formail -I "X-Likely-Spam: sender"
>
>   :0:
>   spamfolder
> }


Nej, for flag nedarves ikke. Det du nok vil gøre er:

:0
* ^Subject.*(keyword1|keyword2|keyword3)
{
  :0fhw
  | formail -I "X-Likely-Spam: sender"

  :0:
  spamfolder
}

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 sslug@sslug |                           1) having a lot to say, and
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