[oclug] Procmail -> NNTP?
oclug at moodynet.ca
Mon Apr 11 14:37:53 EDT 2005
Not quite the answer your looking for, but I've given up on managing the
flow from several of my larger mail boxes and now simply use gmail.
Gmail seems to be pretty good at thread management, keeps my real name
from the lists and lets me use google's search capabilities within my
mailbox... plus with 2gbs of storage per box it takes storage out of the
If anyone needs invites for gmail accounts let me know and I'll send
Spencer Cheng wrote:
> Since I try to follow several high volume mailing lists such as the
> kernel mailing list, I am struggling to find the best way to read all
> of them efficiently. Perhaps someone has solved this problem already.
> I have tried different mail apps (MUA?) to read the hundred of email I
> get from these lists (Emacs/Wanderlust, Apple Mail.app, Gnus/Imap)
> every day. The best so far is Gnus/Imap but expiring/deleting Imap
> email via Gnus is non-trivial.
> So I was wondering it I can pipe the mailing lists messages directly
> from qmail/procmail, which I use to filter the mailing lists, into an
> NNTP spooler/directory so I can use the scoring and expiry capability
> of Gnus in a more user (me) friendly fashion.
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