dm at mainframe.ca
Thu Aug 25 17:36:10 GMT 2005
Try using Cone.
On Thu, 2005-08-25 at 12:25 -0500, Joe Auty wrote:
> If you plan to use the Maildir format, while it's possible for Pine
> to support this, it doesn't natively... Mutt does.
> On Aug 25, 2005, at 10:51 AM, Svein Halvor Halvorsen wrote:
> > * Sean Murphy [2005-08-25 08:47 -0700]
> >> We have been using pine for years on our Sun Solaris box. We are
> >> in the
> >> process of moving to FreeBSD. I installed Pine from an updated
> >> ports
> >> collection and received a message about pine not being very
> >> secure. Is
> >> anyone using an alternative to pine that can also read pine's
> >> folders and
> >> addresses? I need it to be compatible as we still have many
> >> users with lots
> >> of data in pine.
> > I guess mutt would do. But be aware that the notice is warning you
> > about
> > Pine's previous security history. All known security holes are
> > fixed, and
> > if you plan on keeping your system up-to-date (by e.g keeping track of
> > portaudit etc), you should be alright.
> > Svein Halvor
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