I know that fetchmail can be configured to leave mail on the server (usually done with the keep uidl keyword combination), but is there a way to configure it to leave mail on the server for a ...
I checked the manual of fetchmail, all it mentioned was SOCKS_CONF, but what is the format of that config file? And how do I know if my fetchmail is configured with --with-socks, fetchmail -V doesn't ...
I couldn't seem to tell from the fetchmail man page or http://www.catb.org/~esr/fetchmail/fetchmail-man.html#7 whether --bsmtp <filename>.bsmtp.log, applied from cli/cronjob, and --mda ...
I am using fetchmail in combination with procmail for mail filtering on CentOS where my mail contains various log messages. They serve me so i could search through my mail(logs) for error strings. So ...