[linux-elitists] That ol' familiar MUA song

Greg Folkert greg at gregfolkert.net
Thu Mar 19 04:16:13 PDT 2009


On Thu, 2009-03-19 at 10:56 +0000, Adam Sampson wrote:
[snip]
> "maildrop" from the Courier project is a procmail clone with less
> baroque syntax:
> 
>   if (/^List-Id: .*linux-elitists/)
>           to "$MAILDIR/.lists.linux-elitists"
> 
> It's filtered 2,745,547 messages for me over the last five years with no
> annoyances whatsoever.

I'll agree on maildrop and its nice syntax. I use it most places I can.
Including with qmail at work.

Wooo! Uh... wow. I didn't know Linux Elitists had so much traffic!


On completely unrelated note:
Hey Don... I think mailman might be broken!? Or perhaps some capacity
issues? Are you are filtering messages to me? I count far less number of
messages in the last five years... by a few orders of magnitude at
least.

Get on that RSN, please! 
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