Frederick Ros wrote:
> James Britt wrote:
> 
>>
>> I took a quick look at Gurgitate, which appears to be intended for use 
>> on  a server, as a filter called by procmail or qmail.  However, I 
>> don't see why it could not also by hooked into  client-side POP3 proxy.
>>
> 
> On my system, gurgitate-mail is called by postfix (in place of 
> procmail), but I think it's easy to call it through fetchmail using the 
> -m switch.
> This way fetchmail will pass the mail to gurgitate-mail which will 
> transfer it in the mailbox of choice using user's rules, and the MUA 
> just has to read these mailboxes.
> 
> Moreover fetchmail can be run as a daemon, checking for new mail every 
> few minutes, or on a "one shot" basis (i.e called by the user or the MUA 
> when there's a need for new mail check).
> 
> I should say that the conversion from my old procmail rules has been 
> much than easy, and since that day I have no problem at all...

Sweet, thanks for the info.

James