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Re: New Feature REQUEST - Redirect localpart only

From: Dan Nelson
Subject: Re: New Feature REQUEST - Redirect localpart only
Date: Tue, 1 Jul 2003 11:53:09 -0500
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In the last episode (Jul 01), Dan O'Brien said:
> I've been asked to start filtering for several domains for clients:
> None of the clients are using *nix-based mail servers for which
> SpamAssassin integration would be practical or possible. The volume
> of mail received by any single mail domain wouldn't necessarily
> warrant a dedicated SpamAssassin server to handle filtering. I'd like
> to be able to centrally manage a single SpamAssassin filter server,
> rather than several.
> What I'd like the milter to do is to accept a localpart only for the
> -b and -B options:
> -b "spam@"
> Which would redirect a message addressed to address@hidden to
> address@hidden; if it were addressed to address@hidden it would be
> redirected to address@hidden

Definitely doable.  What would make more sense to happen when there are
multiple recipients?  Send to <address@hidden>, or send to <spam>
and let sendmail decide based on aliases or your masquerade setting? 
I'd prefer <spam>, but I'm not the one who will be using the flag :)

        Dan Nelson

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