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How can I apply my procmail filters to my maildir inbox?

Last night I subscribed to a mailing list, and discovered this morning that my procmail filter didn't apply to many of the mailing list messages. Now I have loads of less-important mailing list ...
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Email client that understands both HTML and maildir

I'm using Mutt as my main email client, but I'm looking for another one for my work email (because of HTML email). I need one that can handle my existing Maildir email, to be able to switch between ...
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How to migrate data from server to server with as little downtime as possible?

I have a server running dovecot using the maildir format with a fairly large userbase (10k users or so) with each user having around a GB quota. The actual mail directories are stored on a separate ...
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How do I set up alpine to read local Unix generated mail

Linux delivers mail to home directory: /home/linker/Maildir under which are 3 directories new, cur, tmp. When I type mail I get mail: /home/linker/Maildir/: Is a directory, which is not useful. I ...
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postfix: different file name format for Maildir messages

I am using postfix with maildir format. The filenames of messages stored in maildir look something like this: 1386021659.27745_1.alpha:2,S I understand the first part is epoch time, not sure about ...
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Obtain pop-id or IP address when client logs into Dovecot server

Background I have been doing some research on the Dovecot mail server documentation on ways to get client information when a client connects to the server. I am interested in using these to program an ...
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syncing two maildirs

I have a server that I use to frequently get email from Google using offlineimap. the email is stored in a maildir format on this server. What tool can I use to sync this maildir with the local ...
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Script for courier maildir folders on CentOS LAMP environment

I'm looking for resources to help me build a script to do monthly maintenance of maildir folders for a typical CentOS LAMP VPS hosting environment. I would like to run a script that runs from a ...
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what is the correct Courier / Maildir++ email (sub)folder format?

For representing the logical email folder structure, a "Maildir++" format exists that was first implemented by the Courier mail server, thus sometimes also being referred to as the "Courier" format. ...
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Mutt and maildir format

I am trying to set up mutt to use maildir format. I have the following in my .muttrc file: set mbox_type=Maildir set folder="~/.mail/" set mbox="~/.mail/" set spoolfile="~/.mail/" set ...
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Maildir and mailutils?

I want to use the mailutils app on a install of Ubuntu 12.04.3 LTS with a Maildir format, but every time I run the mail command, the system looks in /var/mail/user, instead of the Maildir directory in ...
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How can I print a summary of Maildir contents when logging into a shell?

I know this is theoretically possible, but I'm trying to avoid reinventing the wheel. I'm using Ubuntu Linux, with Maildir mailbox format. I want to put something in my .login that will parse the ...
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Courier IMAP cannot find my Maildir but can find root's Maildir

I'm running into a weird issue setting up Postfix and Courier IMAP on a clean Ubuntu 13.04 install. I'm using this tutorial, and am currently Testing Courier IMAP. When I try to login with root, ...
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Get user login name and address on bad login attempt [Dovecot]

Background I am trying to develop a method to ban users who exhibit strange behavior when logging into Dovecot by obtaining their POP-ID/login name and IP address. I want to send that information to a ...
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migrating evolution to thunderbierd and maildir format

By default, thunderbird stores in mbox fromat, when you use Config Editor and search for mail.serverDefaultStoreContractID you find out its value: @mozilla.org/msgstore/berkeleystore;1 If you want to ...