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The lazy administrator's tool to (de)activate procmail for individual users


      Activates or deactivates procmail for individual users on Mitel's SME
      servers.  This tool is primarily intended to activate SpamAssassin sys-
      tem-wide, but can also be used for other purposes.

Important.png Note:
It requires the smeserver-userpanel ans the smeserver-mailsorting from

      See /usr/doc/lazy-admin-tools/example.procmail for the format of the
      input file.

Smecontribs repository for SME Server

yum install --enablerepo=smecontribs smeserver-lazy_admin_tools smeserver-userpanel smeserver-mailsorting
signal-event post-upgrade; signal-event reboot


      lat-procmail -c "user| status| deldups| loglevel| mode"
      lat-procmail -i /path/to/users.list


      The following options are supported:
      -c ""Arguments"", --command-line=""Arguments""
          Take arguments from the command line.  See the 'Arguments' section
          below for the various arguments that are accepted.
      -h, --help
          Extended help for this tool
      -i FILE, --input-file=FILE
          Use the information from FILE to (de)activate procmail for individ-
          ual users.  See /usr/doc/lazy-admin-tools for an example of an
          input file.
         user*      : Must be an existing account on the server.
                      Wildcards (* and ?) are accepted.
         status     : Either 'enabled' or 'disabled'.
                      Default is 'disabled'.
         deldups    : Delete duplicates. Use 'yes' or 'no'.
                      Default is 'no'.
         loglevel   : Amount of log info. Use 'none', 'some' or 'lots'.
                      Default is 'some'.
         mode       : Set 'normal' or 'geek' mode. Default is 'normal'.
         * mandatory field


lat-procmail  -c "harry | enabled | yes | lots | geek"
      Activates procmail for user 'harry', deletes duplicate mails with
      extensive logging and activates geek-mode.
lat-procmail -i /root/procmail.list
      Activates procmail for the users defined in /root/procmail.list.  Refer
      to /usr/doc/lazy-admin-tools/example.users for an example of an input


Please raise bugs under the SME-Contribs section in bugzilla and select the e-smith-lazy_admin_tools component or use this link .