Re: auto sorting mail clients
Try procmail, it's very good stuff, and it's independant of your email
client , an example of procmailrc :
Put all debian mailing list into myEamil/Mailing mailbox
then I use pine for example to read them
On 11 Mar 1999, Ole J. Tetlie wrote:
> > Hi !
> > im looking for a good email client (graphical and non-graphical) w/c can automatically sort out emails like put all mails where either the to: or the cc: fields contain email@example.com etc etc. seems like there are just too many of them to try out one by one.
> > can anyone suggest something to me and maybe tell me in a few lines why they prefer that client ?
> I prefer gnus. The reason is that it is shamelessly general
> and can do almost anything you want, including sorting (I
> still haven't managed to tell it to get me cup of tea for
> every message with exactly 395 bytes, but I expect that it were
> possible if my robotics skills improved).
> I wouldn't really recommend gnus if you don't program in lisp.
> The only way tcsh "rocks" is when the rocks are attached to its feet
> in the deepest part of a very deep lake. (Linus Torvalds)
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