From: Stan Ryckman <stanr(_at_)sunspot(_dot_)tiac(_dot_)net>
At 10:29 AM 10/16/98 +0300, Jari Aalto+list.procmail wrote:
|Thu 1998-10-15 Dallman Ross <dman(_at_)netcom(_dot_)com> list.procmail
| NEWMAIL(1L) MISC. REFERENCE MANUAL PAGES NEWMAIL(1L)
Nice idea, but our HP newmail seems to track maximum of 25 folders
% newmail ~/Mail/spool/list.*
Sorry, but I can only keep track of 25 folders.
My ISP's SunOS version also has this limit; I'd guess it's in the
If you have that many folders you care about mail arriving in, you can
run multiple instances of newmail.
cd ~/Mail/whatever newmail list.[a-e]* newmail list.[f-k]* etc.
Now tell me you have more folders than (25 * allowed processes) :-)
Exactly. Or if you don't like that for some reason, you can still try
out "frm". I haven't looked at the source or used it that way to know
if it has a limit, but perhaps not.
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