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Homebrew does have it, but it's in the separate homebrew-dupes repository. So to install: brew tap homebrew/dupes brew install fetchmail


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It seems to me that using --fetchall and --keep means you can't resume an interrupted fetch without re-fetching all previously fetch mail. fetchall Retrieve both old (seen) and new messages from the mailserver. The default is to fetch only messages the server has not marked seen. keep Keep retrieved messages on the remote mailserver. ...


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Now, I don't know much about the mbox format, but the following steps will allow you to download your messages to a local client like Mail.app or Microsoft Exchange: Next, label all of your email that you want to download with a common label. So, do your particular search in GMail, check the select all box to select all of the messages. If there are more ...


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You can use MailExporter to download your email mesages from GMail and save them in the mbox format. You only need to select the folders or labels that you want to export messages from. (Disclaimer, I am the author of MailExporter)


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It appears as the only way to receive email from the Exchange server is via IMAP (or OWA). As a result, we're limited to tools that can talk IMAP (or possibly MAPI on the Exchange-side). Also I think the proper way to upload these messages to Gmail is to use IMAP (or possibly Gmail's API). Since IMAP is the common denominator, and the most commonly used ...


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It's not clear what sort of preprocessing you are looking for, but I'm guessing something like this. :0fbw | sed 's/\<grammer/grammar/g;s/definate/definite/g;s/sepera/separa/g' If you want to edit headers such as Subject as well as the body, take out the bflag; but if your normalizations might change vital headers, perhaps you want to make it a bit ...


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I do not see any problem for using set bouncemail. As per manual page: set bouncemail Direct error mail to the sender (default) set no bouncemail Direct error mail to the local postmaster (as per the ’postmaster’ global option above). On my understanding comment "Avoid loss on 4xx errors." could mean following: Errors starting ...


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For Gnus: If the two different accounts have different email addresses then you can split based upon the To: header. This may not work if there are mailing lists that those addresses are subscribed to. But that could be fixed up with a few more splitting rules. This is how I do my splitting from my 5 mail addresses (3 primary ones and 2 minor ones). If ...


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fetchmail & procmail : adding custom per fetched account header You can make fetchmail deliver email directly via procmail script with custom per account parameter make procmail add custom header based on the parameter passed make gnus/mutt do splitting based on the custom header Splitting Mail - Gnus Manual ~/.fetchmailrc # Pass messages fetched ...


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You write a script to use getmail_fetch and submit your password using security(1). For example: getmail_fetch --ssl $server \ $user \ $(security find-internet-password -g -s $server -a $user 2>&1 1>&- | sed -e 's/password: "\(.*\)"/\1/') \ $destination You will need to click "Always Allow" the first time you access a particular ...


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it is fetchmail, http://www.andrews-corner.org/mutt.html - just replace: 'POP3' => 'IMAP', 'no keep' => 'keep', write a some wrapper (su user -c fetchmail) and put it under cron. btw, mailbox is better, for example you can use munpack utility with it.


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Store the .fetchmailrc in an encrypted filesystem (possibly ecryptfs or encfs) and symlink it to ~/. If you don't want to move the entire fetchmailrc file, you can create a ~/.netrc with the password: machine pop.XXX.com login abc password "Password"



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