> I realise I could do something like this,
> but it seems much more complicated than just exporting ~/Mail with NFS.
In the past I ran into locking problems with mail being done via NFS.
(Under both Solaris and BSD flavors.) I switched first to using
fetchmail with a POP server, and now go with a dovecot-based IMAP server
on two machines, the first for normal mail on the zen.org server and
then a second on my machine at home accessible by vpn/ssh/etc. It's
made life-on-the-laptop much easier...no more worries about things being
out of sync, etc. Same goes for roundcube and horde/imp access to it.
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