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From Karsten Br├Ąckelmann <guent...@rudersport.de>
Subject Re: procmail
Date Wed, 29 Oct 2014 03:52:12 GMT
On Tue, 2014-10-28 at 22:10 -0400, David F. Skoll wrote:
> > frankly in times of LMTP and Sieve there is hardly a need to use 
> > procmail - it is used because "i know it and it just works" - so why 
> > should somebody step in and maintain it while nobody is forced to use
> > it
> 
> I use Email::Filter, not procmail, but tell me: Can LMTP and Sieve do
> the following?

Dammit, this is just too teasing... Sorry. ;)

procmail can do all of those. (Yeah, not your question, but still...)


> 1) Cc: mail containing a specific header to a certain address, but only
> between 08:00-09:00 or 17:00-21:00.

Sure. Limiting to specific days or hours can be achieved without
external process by recipe conditions based on our own SMTP server's
Received header, which we can trust to be correct.

> 2) Archive mail in a folder called Received-Archive/YYYY-MM.

Trivial. See man procmailex.

> 3) Take mail to a specific address, shorten it by replacing things
> like "four" with "4", "this" with "dis", etc. and send as much of the
> result as possible as a 140-character SMS message?  Oh, and only do
> this if the support calendar says that I am on the support pager that
> week.

Yep. Completely internal, given there's an email to SMS gateway
(flashback 15 years ago), calling an external process for SMS delivery
otherwise.

> 4) Take the voicemail notifications produced by our Asterisk
> software and replace the giant .WAV attachment with a much
> smaller .MP3 equivalent.

Check. Calling an external process, but I doubt procmail and ffmpeg /
avconv is worse than Perl and the modules required for that audio
conversion.

Granted, in this case I'd need some rather skillful sed-fu in the pipe,
or a little help of an external Perl script using MIME-tools... ;)


> These are all real-world requirements that my filter fulfills.  And it
> does most of them without forking external processes.  (Item 3 actually consults
> a calendar program to see who's on support, but the rest are all handled
> in-process.)

That said, and all joking apart:

Do you guys even remember when this got completely off topic?


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