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    Default Forwarding email to a program

    Hello from Detroit Michigan!

    Is there an easy way to set up an address to forward all received emails to a script or other executable program?

    Ron Gage - Owner
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    The easiest way to do this is have your script periodically check a mail box for message then parse those messages with the script

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    I was hoping for a stdin type of arrangement - similar to using a pipe in the sendmail alias file...

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    Couldn't you use postalias to create a postfix alias to pipe mail to a program ?

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    Apologies for the threadcromancy, however this is the newest thread returned by search.

    I would like to use aliases to pipe our rt tickets through rt-mailgate, but I can't see how to do that using the existing alias system in Zimbra.

    Anyone know if it's possible to pipe mail sent to an alias through a script?

    Thanks

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