cvs commit: ports/mail/procmail Makefile
mandree at FreeBSD.org
Wed Aug 31 17:11:03 UTC 2011
Am 31.08.2011 07:43, schrieb Ade Lovett:
> On Tue, 30 Aug 2011 18:06:15 +0200
> Matthias Andree <mandree at FreeBSD.org> wrote:
>> Once you have the necessary error handling in place in
>> your .procmailrc, a .mailfilter file of equal usefulness in maildrop
>> is shorter and more concise.
> 1. In the context of a FreeBSD port, there is absolutely nothing wrong
> with mail/procmail as it stands. That is to say, it compiles and runs
> on all supported OS releases and architectures.
Which is insufficient in the light of known design flaws and bugs.
> 3. Particularly when there's no magic tool to convert all
> the .procmailrc's out there to mail/whizzy-new-thing.
Cleaning up every 7 years or so is a good idea actually.
> #3 is the important point. If you do want to send mail/procmail to the
> great bitbucket in the sky, then please provide that magic tool. I'm
> sure lots of folks will be willing to test it for you.
OK. I've asked that on the courier-maildrop list.
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