Re: dispatch my mail
Sridhar M.A. a écrit :
Michelle Konzack from the french list has given me the right answer to
On Fri, Jan 28, 2005 at 03:24:44AM +0100, Stevan Kanban wrote:
> Now, how to move them my mails that are in debian in the
> corresponding subdirectory applying my procmail rules. I cannot use
> formail because i use the Maildir format. Any idea?
If you use mutt, try this:
1. Tag all messages
2. Then bounce all of them to user@localhost
3. Procmail should do the rest
If everything went well, the tagged messages can just be deleted.
I haven't checked your solution but it seems to me that:
-> it will add lines in my headers
-> if i use replies i will recieve 2 mails instead of 1
-> i will have to take a risk to remove by hand some mails that would
not be forwarded by procmail.
Do you use your method or it was a kind of suggestion?
Move mails into "$HOME/Maildir/.0_tdformail" and run the following script
____( '/home/michelle.konzack/bin/tdformail' )________________________
| let X=1
| for i in `find $BASEDIR -type f` ; do
| echo -n $X" : "
| cat $i | formail -ds procmail
| # CAREFULL: here the files are deleted
| rm -f $i
| let X=$X+1