Re: IMAP-aware anymail/frm ?
Right you are, they are in potato, thanks.
But ifrom prompts me for my username/password, which is a drag,
I'm a big fan of cheap and extremely insecure workarounds to this sort
of thing, any clues? While we're on the subject, is there a tool to "rotate"
mailboxes (like, say the one I've created for this list..)?
I figure if I go away for a week, there will be less messages because
I'm not posting, but there will still be too many to read!
I guess there are brutal procmail solutions to this, anybody got one
On Fri, 14 Jul 2000, Jaldhar H. Vyas wrote:
> On Wed, 12 Jul 2000, Krzys Majewski wrote:
> > Actually the current imap package doesn't seem to contain it,
> I'm sorry are you still on slink? I think I added the utils
> sometime during potato.
> > but
> > I managed to do something similar with fetchmail. The package is called
> > fetchmail, the relevant command is fetchmail -c. Unfortunately this only
> > gives a count of the new messages, maybe I can hack it to give the
> > From: and Subject: headers as well. -chris
> If you are comfortable compiling stuff, just grab the ifrom source from
> the potato or woody package. It should be easy if you have the
> libc-client-dev package installed.
> Jaldhar H. Vyas <firstname.lastname@example.org>
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