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Re: How to use procmail



Martin Janzen wrote:

| New procmail users, listen to Adam!  (And read the man page, even
| though it's a bit intimidating at first.)

Yeah, Listen to me! Listen to me! (Its the new cypherpunks theme
song!)

More seriously, here's my .procmailrc.  I'm fond of it, but the cpunks
section could use some more work.  Other parts may be useful basis
for other people's hacking.

Adam

# $Id: .procmailrc,v 1.10 1996/08/05 04:54:46 adam Exp $
PATH=/bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin:/usr/local/lib/mh
MAILDIR=$HOME/Mail/=      	#you'd better make sure it exists
DEFAULT=/var/spool/mail/adam
LOGFILE=$MAILDIR/.procmail.log
REALLF=$LOGFILE			# So I only have one path to LF
COMSAT=no			# don't tell comsat; its obstelete.
# VERBOSE=on		# bad bad bad!


#This first ruleset protets me from mailbombs from an automated service
#that I often send incorrect commands to, generating 5mb of reply.
# It also sorts based on sucsess of the command.

:0c :
.safe

:0
* From [email protected]
{
   :0 h
   * >10000
   /dev/null

   :0 h
   *^Subject:.*no keys match
   /dev/null

   :0:
   *Subject: Your command, ADD
   $DEFAULT


   :0E
   | pgp +batchmode -fka
}


# This is a backup. Don't forget to cycle safe boxes.


# this is here because I don't want to hear about everything going in .safe.
# prevent duplicate messages from showing up in several folders.

LOGABSTRACT=all
# doesn't work
:0 Wh: msgid.lock
| formail -D 65536 .msgid.cache

# auto key retreival
#
# I have an elm alias, pgp, points to a keyserver
# The logfile gets unset briefly to keep the elm lines out of my
# logfile.

:0BW
* -----BEGIN PGP
*!^FROM_DAEMON
KEYID=|/home/adam/bin/sender_unknown

LOGFILE=

:0 ahc	# added h 8 jan 95
* ! ^X-Loop: Adams autokey retreival.
| formail -a"X-Loop: Adams akr" |elm -s"mget $KEYID" pgp



LOGFILE=$REALLF

:0
* (^TOCypherpunks|Sender:.*cypherpunks|^From [email protected])
{
   :0:
   * From.*[email protected]
   cp-lite

   :0 h
   * Subject:.*(Delete|u*n*Sub*| add |leave|help|Undeliverable Message)
   * < 1000
   /dev/null
   
   :0 :rml.lock
   * ^From: Raph Levien
   * ^Subject: List of reliable remailers
   | cat /dev/null - > ~/sec/remailer-list

   :0:
   * 1^1 ^(From|To|Cc):.*[email protected]
   * 1^1 ^Subject:.*CDA
   * 1^1 ^Subject:.*Assasination
   * 1^1 ^Subject:.*Reasons in support of crypto-anarchy
   * 1^1 ^Subject:.*Noise
   * 1^1 ^Subject:.*FV
   * 1^1 ^Subject:.*(PLEASE REPLY|test)
   cjunk


   :0B:
   * ^Alice de 'nonymous
   * [email protected]
   * ^P.S.  This post is in the public domain.
   | formail -a "Status: O" >> cjunk



# I really ought to make this a wieghted rule.
   :0:
   * ^From:.*([email protected]|[email protected]|blancw|cdodhner|cfrye|chen|cman|cme|[email protected]|[email protected]|ddt|ebrandt|[email protected]|futplex|frissell|gnu|gtoal|habs|hallam|hfinney|hugh|jis|karn|loewenste|loki|mab|froomki|mpj|nate|nsb|perry|pfarrel|rah|rjc|rsalz|sameer|sandfort|schneier|ses|smb|stewarts|szabo|tcmay|trei|unicorn|[email protected]|warlord|weidai|whitaker|Zimmerman)
   * !^From.*(anonymous|[email protected]|[email protected]|[email protected]|gertstein|Schartman|[email protected]|senate.gov|[email protected])
   cpunks

   :0:
   cpunks-noise
}
:0:
* ^TOfirewalls
firewalls


:0:
*^From [email protected]
fwtk

:0
*^TOcyberia-l
{
#   VERBOSE=on

   :0 HW
   FROM=|formail -x "From: "

   :0 f
   | formail -I"Reply-To: $FROM"

   :0 fw:cyberia.sed.lock
   * ^From: Timothy Arnold-Moore <[email protected]>
   |sed 's/^ //g'

   :0:
   cyberia
}

:0:
* ^From [email protected]
procmail


# Thats it for the high volume lists.  Low volume lists I don't push
# through formail.

:0:
* ^[email protected]
* ^Subject: Yucks Digest
| formail +1 -ds cat >> yucks

:0:
* ^TObugtraq
bugtraq

:0
* ^TO .*(ietf|rfc-dist)
{
   :0h
   *^Subject:.*ON-SITE
   /dev/null
 
   :0:
   ietf
}


:0
* ^TOwww-buyinfo
{
   :0
   * ^From: [email protected]
   * ^Subject: .*(cpx)
   /dev/null

   :0:
   | formail -a "Status: O" >> wwwb
}

:0:
*^TOspki
spki

:0
*^TOssl-talk
{
   :0
   *^Subject:.*remove
   * < 2000
   /dev/null

   :0:
   ssl
}

:0:
*^[email protected]
wwws

:0:
*^From owner-ssh
ssh


:0:
*^[email protected]
remailers

:0:
*From best-of-security
bos


:0:
* ^TObblisa
bblisa

:0:
*^TOcoderpunks
coderpunks


:0:
*^TOmix-l
mix-l

:0:
* ^TOphrack
v/phrack

:0:
*^TOsdadmin
sdadmin

:0:
* Precedence: (junk|bulk)
junk

:0:
* To: postmaster
postmaster

# basic file server.  Only sends whats in .outbound
:0 
* ^Subject: (SEND|get) [0-9a-z][-_/0-9a-z.]+$
* !^Subject:.*[ /.]\.
* !^FROM_DAEMON
{
   # FILE=`formail -x Subject: | sed 's/.* //'`
   FILE=`sed -n -e '/Subject:/s/.* //p' -e '/^$/q'`

  :0c 
  | (formail -rt -A"Precedence: junk";\
     cat $HOME/.outbound/$FILE) | $SENDMAIL -t

  :0: 
  $MAILDIR/.log
}


# This handles vacation messages.  Make sure .vacation.msg and
# .vacationlist exist

:0 hc:vaction.lock 	#  untested
* ?  [ -r $MAILDIR/.vacationlist ]
* !? [ -r $MAILDIR/.vacation.msg ]
| rm -f $MAILDIR/.vacationlist


:0
* ? [ -s $MAILDIR/.vacation.msg ] 
* !^Precedence:(junk|bulk)
* !^FROM_DAEMON
{
 FROM=`formail -rx To:`
 ALREADYSENT=$MAILDIR/.vacationlist
   :0 hc:
   * !? fgrep -e "$FROM" $ALREADYSENT
   | echo "$FROM" >> $ALREADYSENT;\
 	(formail -rA"Precedence: junk";\
	cat $MAILDIR/.vacation.msg ;\
   ) | $SENDMAIL -t
}





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