HelenaGwyn yes, sort of.
Procmail's weird regex implementation includes an operator
\/ that tells procmail to capture everything following the operator into a variable called
$MATCH. You can then use
$MATCH in the procmail action, for example as a destination folder name.
The catch is that there is no operator to tell it to stop capturing, so whatever appears after the
\/ operator is going to end up in the
Here's the closest I was able to get to the behavior you described:
In this example, everything after "projects+" up to and including "@" is matched. If you received a message sent to
firstname.lastname@example.org then the message would be moved into a folder named "foo@" (which would be created automatically).