fetching mail (but not fetchmail)

Matthew Seaman m.seaman at infracaninophile.co.uk
Fri Dec 24 05:47:44 UTC 2010

On 24/12/2010 03:27, Chris Brennan wrote:
> Bit of an odd question. But I will try. Is it possible to set up some
> mechanism (in freebsd or maybe gentoo (doesn't matter to me)) to pop/imap
> into my mail location and download everything as storage and then I imap to
> my local machine to read my mail. I realize I can pop/imap directly into my
> mail, the goal of this exorcise is to store my mail on one of my local
> servers and not my windows machine which can change at a moment's notice. (I
> just don't like the idea of permanent/long-term storage in Windows :/ )

fetchmail -- http://fetchmail.berlios.de/ plus dovecot --

They're in ports.



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