Re: fetchmail ?? question
Pavel Epifanov <email@example.com> writes:
> (Sorry for English)
> Fetchmail delivers all mail to user it run under (preferrably not root) by
> using MTA (sendmail,postfix,qmail...). So the format and location are depending
> from your MTA. I do have fetchmail run every 20 minutes by cron under my local
> user and have several users configured with the same mail directory to have
> different signatures and reply-to's.
> --- Evgeny Rachlenko <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Zdravstvujte uvajaemye kollegi.
> > Vot reshil postavit' komputer chto by on sobiral moju pochtu izo vseh
> > serverov , i accountov v odin jashik , a ja by zahodil na nego i smotrel na
> > vse jeto bogatstvo .
> > Zapustil fetchmail , on jeto skladyvaet neponjatno kuda , mojet i ne im
> > jeto nujno sdelat' , podskajite plz..
> > hochu vse chitat' mutt(om).
man fetchmail(1):line 1804
The words `here' and `there' have useful English-like sig
nificance. Normally `user eric is esr' would mean that
mail for the remote user `eric' is to be delivered to
`esr', but you can make this clearer by saying `user eric
there is esr here', or reverse it by saying `user esr here
is eric there'
Here's a version of those two with more whitespace and
some noise words:
poll pop.provider.net proto pop3
user "jsmith", with password secret1, is "jsmith" here;
poll other.provider.net proto pop2:
user "John.Smith", with password "My^Hat", is "John.Smith" here;