i hate procmail
From: christopher j bottaro (cjb_at_cs.utexas.edu)
To: firstname.lastname@example.org Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2003 16:59:11 -0500
well i guess i simply have to run procmail manually everytime i wanna check my email. i figured i just run it like this:
procmail < mailbox
assuming my mail spool is $HOME/mailbox. well that doesn't work, and furthermore, after i did that, and checked my mail via mutt, half my emails were duplicated.
all i want to be able to do is be able to run procmail manually on my mail spool ($HOME/mailbox), move mail that has "test" in the subject to $HOME/Mail/testbox, and leave everything else in $HOME/mailbox. why am i have having such a hard time? =(
[cjb@thor cjb]$ cat .procmailrc
[cjb@thor cjb]$ cat .procmail/rc.testing
thanks again for the help...
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