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On 05/24/12 05:21 PM, LuKreme wrote:
Jerry K spake on Wednesday 23-May-2012@19:46:38
Has anyone looked at/or is using PARP as a procmail replacement?
In my brief review, it seems to have several pluses and minuses.
Well, yes. The pluses are rather large, but the minuses are rather
larger. I can't see using something like this for an entire site, for
example. It seems targeted at specific types of filtering, and is not a
general purpose tool like procmail.
After reviewing the web site and the documentation, I had similar
thoughts. I really just wanted to bounce it off the mailing list
community and see if I was missing something.
I am getting less an less happy with procmail, honestly. It takes
more effort to deal with some types of mail that are much more common today
than they were 10-15 years ago, but I haven't found anything that I
thought was worth the effort of switching to, either.
I am at the same spot. I had a "wild hair" yesterday to go search
around for either a replacement, or to see if there were any efforts to
update procmail or fork it. Sadly, nothing on the procmail/procmail
I reviewed Sieve, Mail Drop and a couple of others. PARP was one I had
not seen previously.
As dated as procmail is in its current state, there is still nothing
else out there that does as much as it does.
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