[Imap-uw] tmail vs snarfing?
mrc at CAC.Washington.EDU
Tue Mar 13 21:40:45 PDT 2007
On Wed, 14 Mar 2007, Joel Reicher wrote:
>> In the normal case, if the mix INBOX does not exist but a traditional UNIX
>> mailbox format spool directory file exists, it will deliver to the latter
>> rather than creating the mix INBOX. [The actual rules are a lot more
>> complex than this...]
> You mean what's in doc/drivers.txt?
tmail actually has special rules over and above the c-client rules
described in doc/drivers.txt
> So in my case, with
> CREATEPROTO=mbxproto, ~/INBOX is created when tmail falls through to
> the dummy driver?
> By the way, why do you have both "P" and "r" in the example of the
> local mailer definition? As far as I can tell it's not breaking an RFC
> to finish one trace block and start another, but my understanding is that
> a return-path indicates the message has left the SMTP environment, and
> having it in there twice suggests it re-entered and left again.
To be honest, I forget. ;-)
-- Mark --
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