I've browsed your doc but I don't think it addresses my issues.
My questions are:
1. How do I sort emails titled "Subject 1" to archive 1 and "Subject 2" to
archive 2? I don't have access to procmail at this time.
2. How do I avoid sending emails to /var/mail/<user> and, instead, process
them directly into MHonArc? It seems that using a .forward file still keeps a
copy in my Unix mbox. I know there are methods to remove mbox entries after
the fact but can I bypass it completely?
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Date: Fri, 09 Jan 2004 06:52:02 +0100
From: Gunnar Hjalmarsson <noreply(_at_)gunnar(_dot_)cc>
Subject: Re: Non-procmail method of filtering email and
bypassing /var/mail/<user> storage?
Harvey Tokunaga wrote:
I've read the posts about using procmail's "recipe" method to sort
emails into MHonArc archives. Is there another method I can use if
procmail isn't available on my server?
I currently use the .forward file to process my emails and am also
wondering if there is a way to bypass storing emails in
/var/mail/<user> and processing directly into MHonArc.
That is discussed in the FAQ:
Also, I wrote a help script for MHonArc that, among other things, can
be used as such a wrapper: