From: John P. Looney (jplooney-ilug at domain online.ie)
Date: Fri 04 Feb 2000 - 11:27:41 GMT
On Fri, Feb 04, 2000 at 11:10:35AM +0000, Virus mentioned:
> i was wondering if there was a program for linux that was similar to eudopa
> 4 pro for windows.
> i.e. to have a copule of different pop address , with diff usernames and server
> and the ability to switch
> between then . also filtering itno folders would be nice.
> am i asking too much.
Not at all. Checkout "fetchmail", and it's "fetchmail-conf" script, that
can set it up. It will download mail locally.
You should then look into procmail for filtering into folders. You can
then use any mail user agent (I suggest Mutt) to read your local mail.
> i also have a few other probs. when i do a ./configure ,at the very end it says
> something like failed to install prog to kde , check if qt was compiled using
> the same complier your using now.
Need more than that to help you. Try get the whole message.
> also has anyone have a quick faq to getting wine running.
It's called the "Wine-Howto". Check off www.winehq.com.
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