stivers_t at tomass.dyndns.org
Thu Nov 27 10:01:47 EST 2003
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On 11/27/03 9:42 AM -0500, Rejean Proulx wrote:
> So, if you want to have to accounts that send it to different people, do you
> run 2 daemons?
I am doing it a bit differently, I have a system wide fetchmail running
which fetches mail from all my accounts and could if I wanted put the
mail in various accounts on my system. The trick is to add to the end of
the user line (in your .fetchmailrc "there is <localuser> here" where
<localuser> is your user name. Getting the system wide fetchmail is a
little more difficult, but putting the above in your ~/.fetchmailrc
should put the mail in the right place. I know its long and boring, but
you should consider reading the fetchmail man page. Remember that when
it comes to R'ing TFM the search command is your friend. Good luck.
Unix is a user friendly operating system. It just picks its friends more
carefully than others.
Thomas Stivers e-mail: stivers_t at tomass.dyndns.org gpg: 45CBBABD
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