lr_processmail - read an email message and invoke lr_log2mail(1)
lr_processmail reads an email message from STDIN, parses the message
using lr_getbody(1) and invokes lr_log2mail(1) to process the extracted
The environment variable LR_ID is used as an identifier, which shows up
in debug messages, and in names of temporary files, so that Lire jobs
can get tracked. A Lire job currently is identified with one email
message or log file.
This script is invoked by lr_spool(1).
The files specified in the lr_mail_signature and lr_mail_disclaimer
configurartion variables are sent along the generated report.
If an error occurs in the report generation process, an email message
explaining possible sources for the error will be sent to the email
The -o xml format is useful in the case the log file was anonymized so
that it can be deanonymized before being formatted using
lr_xml2report(1) or lr_xml2mail(1). When using that format, the file
specified in the lr_mail_explanation configuration variable will be
included in the outgoing message.
$ lr_processmail combined < /var/spool/lire/done/985327208.21242.mailhost
lr_spool(1), documentation in the Lire User Manual
$Id: lr_processmail.in,v 1.16 2006/07/23 13:16:33 vanbaal Exp $
Joost van Baal <firstname.lastname@example.org>, based on an idea by Edwin
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