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Date: Thu, 31 Mar 2005 17:48:44 -0800 (PST)
From: Sean Kelly <>
Subject: Re: forwards?

Please correct me if I'm wrong, butI believe the .forward file is used by 
the SMTP agent, not the pop3 daemon. Look at sendmail or procmail for mail 

- SK

On Thu, 31 Mar 2005, Simon wrote:

> Hi there,
>   I'm new to this list: "Hello world!"
>   I have popa3d installed on my linux host for a long time, it has been
> working very well, but I'm trying to use a .forward file in my user directory
> like this:
> /home/user/.forward
> The file contains only another email address, as a test...  And the email
> doesn't get forwarded, eventually I would like to pipe it to a script using
> "|/path/to/"...
> Does popa3d supports .forward files? Is there a way to activate it, configure
> it, or verify what happens with the server when the email is received?
> Thanks,
>   Simon
> --
> Simon Lemieux (

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