[neomutt-users] Using fetchmail with Neomutt
Patrick Ben Koetter
p at sys4.de
Thu Jun 20 12:49:01 CEST 2019
If your mailserver also supports IMAP, you may give
http://www.offlineimap.org/ a try.
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From: "Dan Ciprus (dciprus)" <dciprus at cisco.com>
To: "russurquhart1 at verizon.net" <russurquhart1 at verizon.net>
Cc: "neomutt-users at neomutt.org" <neomutt-users at neomutt.org>
Sent: Mi., 19 Juni 2019 21:14
Subject: Re: [neomutt-users] Using fetchmail with Neomutt
Fetchmail will pull your email from mailserver and it can deliver it to MUA, in
your case procmail or simply to the mailbox/maildir. Procmail will help you with
filtering and additional modifications of your emails.
So answer is yes, you can use fetchmail and later set up your procmail rules.
On Wed, Jun 19, 2019 at 06:45:49PM +0000, russurquhart1 at verizon.net wrote:
> I am the guy who was getting the UIDL error when trying to access my POP
> Someone suggested, back then, that i could use fetchmail to pull my email
> from the POP server, and pull it into Neomutt that way. I am looking into
> that, but all of the tutorials online SEEM to imply also using Procmail.
> My question is, to get started, can i just use fetchmail and then later
> set up Procmail, or do I HAVE to use Procmail with fetchmail?
> Thanks for any help or suggestions!
Daniel Ciprus .:|:.:|:.
CONSULTING ENGINEER.CUSTOMER DELIVERY Cisco Systems Inc.
dciprus at cisco.com
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