Dave Wilson said:
> > Actually, are there any MH users here?
>> Used to be. Is really handy for using EXMH to read the morning masses
> of mail, and then plain old command line MH for speed as messages arrive
> throughout the day.
>> I'll go back to it as soon as I work out how to do automatic filtering
> a la procmail. (anyone know?)
Sure! -- use slocal. .forward has:
"| /usr/lib/nmh/slocal -user jm || exit 75"
# .maildelivery file for <jm at netnoteinc.com>
X-beenthere ilug + ? Linux
Subject p4 + ? Lists
Subject Pilot-Unix + ? Lists
To e-develop + ? Lists
Cc e-develop + ? Lists
To plucker-dev + ? Lists
Cc plucker-dev + ? Lists
default - + ? inbox
Much easier to read than procmail at any rate, although not as flexible
I'm sure. I've simplified my setup a little but that's pretty much it.
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