procmail mail forwarding problem

Hello--

I am having a problem with procmail.  What I am trying to do is take a received email and forward it to another email address masking the both addresses with their corresponding username@mydomain.com email address.  So if a user foo@yahoo.com sends a message to bar@mydomain.com, bar@mydomain receives an email from foo@mydomain.com at their bar@yahoo.com address.  Does this make sense?  I'm basically trying to route emails through my server masking the real addresses.  The forwarding works, but the message body is not delievered.  The content length is returned as 0.  Why does this happen?

Thanks in advance

pankaj

here is my code--

:0c fhw
* ^From:.*$sortemail[$i]
| /usr/bin/formail -I "From:$sortuser[$i]\@mydomain.com"
:0 fhw
* ^To:.*$sortuser[$i]\@mydomain.com
| /usr/bin/formail -I  "To:$sortemail[$i]"
\n\n
 
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pankaj00pAuthor Commented:
Figured it out.  Its the h in the :0 fhw, that forwards only the headers.  doh!

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majorwooCommented:
post a 0 ptr in community support for a refund, then you can close this question
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moduloCommented:
PAQ'd and points refunded

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