On Tue, 10 Feb 2004, Darragh Bailey wrote:
> This is the center of my problem. It doesn't function as I
> expected, instead of procmail reading it as a sequence of mails, it
> looks at it as one long mail.
You probably want to do:
formail -b -s procmail < mailbox
alternatively, just export a sample email (ie headers and all) (eh
type 'he' in pine to show headers then export) and run that through
> Anyone know a simple way of parseing an imap folder so that it can
> be fed into procmail and seen as individual mails?
Why, formail of course, which is what procmail uses :)
> At least that way I have some chance of testing out the receipe and
> working out a regular expression that does what I want.
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