Some months ago, I commented out the lines in procmailrc-first that sent listmail to the subdirectory, so all listmail has been coming straight to my inbox. Now, I want to stop logging mail disposition and decommission procmailrc-first entirely. (The file also performs some whitelisting and blacklisting, but I can handle those functions with Sonic's web-based user tools.)
Is that as simple as removing (or at least renaming) procmailrc-first? I vaguely recall that procmailrc-first is a file that Sonic's mail servers look for when sending mail to a user's account; that is, it has a special status. I think procmailrc-first is even invoked before the spam filters that have been set on Sonic's website? I don't want to risk screwing up my mail processing by blindly removing procmailrc-first if I also need to make other changes to keep mail flowing smoothly. I'd appreciate any advice from knowledgeable procmail/shell users here.