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Old 09-05-2004, 10:36 PM   #1
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Postfix+Procmail+Spamassassin delivering to Maildir with underscore.


Hello!

I just completed a successful Postfix+Procmail+Spamassassin installation and everything is working just fine. However, after the message is sent from Postfix to Procmail via the mailbox_command in the main.cf, those messages end up in the Maildir/new or Maildir/cur as the following IDs:

_1zB,vT3OBB.mailserver.com

instead of:

100001103.11205.mailserver.com

I am able to view the messages in IMAP, Web mail and POP3, but because of the "_" before each message, the mail index is not visible in Pine.

Has anyone seen this before? Is this a Pine compatibility issue or is it a misconfigured Procmail.

Thank you!
 
  


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