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Topic: Run a script after receipt of email

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Hello,
I wish I run a script after the receipt of mail in the mailbox.

I tried in "master.cf" but I lost the mail, it never arrives in the mailbox

An idea? thanks

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Re: Run a script after receipt of email

cobex4 wrote:

I wish I run a script after the receipt of mail in the mailbox.

I'm afraid iRedMail doesn't support this.

May i know what you want to do after mail arrived?

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Re: Run a script after receipt of email

I know it is not supported, but I'm thrown another forum, because I install IredMail ...

Yes immediately after receipt of the e-mail

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Re: Run a script after receipt of email

May i know what you want to do after mail arrived?

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Re: Run a script after receipt of email

Run a bash script

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Re: Run a script after receipt of email

OK, then what does your shell script do?

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Re: Run a script after receipt of email

Just a simple WGET

/etc/postfix/newsmail.sh EmailDest@mydomain.com

#!/bin/sh
mail = $1
wget -O /dev/null http://www.mydomain.com/cron/imap_news_ … hp?m=$mail
exit

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Re: Run a script after receipt of email

I guess you want to post sender/recipient address to this URL, right?
If so, you can try this:

*) Enable Amavisd to log basic info of in/out (sent/received) emails in SQL server. Reference: http://www.iredmail.org/wiki/index.php? … in.Amavisd
*) Write a new, separate shell/python script to monitor Amavisd database to check whether there're new mails arrived.
*) If new email arrived, do whatever you want in your script.

This way, you don't need to touch iRedMail configuration at all. Hope it helps. smile