Am 2005-03-30 00:35:21, schrieb Ruud H.G. van Tol:
Do you really need to have these things intertwined?
Does all mail have to go through the procmail-code
of FLT_mutt? If not, add a 'X-FLT_mutt: Yes'
Yes, because I must filter 176 Mailinglists
header in mutt, and only INCLUDERC it for mail with
that header. 'X-FLT_mutt: <code>' is a sharper way,
the <code> could be today's date, or some special
I do not mean that Ruud, I mean, If I am interested in a Thread,
I activate a Macro which let me select for example the Subject
line and put it into a procmail rule.
Now, it the next message comes in, it become copied to a specified
So it works to 99%
The very low False-Positives can be deleted manualy
So like this message and yours, I have selected "Subject" and
entere the text "locking of INCLUDERC" and it was gone to the
No need to search 176 mailinglist boxes for responses.
And, the folder .Linux.* is one of the first in the 'mailboxes'
command of 'mutt' one or two <TAB> and I am in.
And the Jobs which 'procmail' do on my Server are wonderful.
For 7 years I never beliefed you that it can be possibel...
Yeah... 06/1995 - 04/1999 WfW3.11 time and 1997-1999 WinNT 4.0.
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