On 21 Apr 2005 Hossein Movahhedian (dma8hm1956(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com) wrote:
On Thu, 21 Apr 2005, NM Public <agorae(_at_)nm(_dot_)deflexion(_dot_)com> wrote:
On 20 Apr 2005 Hossein Movahhedian (dma8hm1956(_at_)gmail(_dot_)com) wrote:
Hossein, what command sequence did you use to save the message
In PINE, I only use 's' and after that enter the full path of the folder
if it is not in ~/mail.
Oops, this is an example of someone (me) who knows a program too
well guessing that a much more complicated situation was
happening! In Pine, what you want to do is Export (E) a message.
To export the full message, including all headers, do this:
1] View the message in Pine
2] Type H to view the message with full Headers
3] Type E to export the message to your local file system.
Then you can run procmail on that single message and you don't
need to use 'formail -s' to split the saved folder (which is what
you needed to do before).
Thanks for this.I visited these immediately. They are too helpful for me.
I'm glad they are helpful to you -- please post and let us know
if you get your system working!
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