> I'm running getmail version 4.7.6. My getmailrc file is > > i2/home/daf/.getmail}head -40 getmailrc > # > # This file contains various examples of configuration sections to use > # in your getmail rc file. You need one file for each mail account you > # want to retrieve mail from. These files should be placed in your > # getmail configuration/data directory (default: $HOME/.getmail/). > # If you only need one rc file, name it getmailrc in that directory, > # and you won't need to supply any commandline options to run getmail. > # > > # > # Example 1: simplest case of retrieving mail from one POP3 server and > # storing all messages in a maildir. > # > > [retriever] > type = SimplePOP3Retriever > server = mail.mindspring.com > username = [EMAIL PROTECTED] > password = ************** > > [destination] > type = Maildir > path = ~/Maildir/ > [options] > message_log = ~/.getmail/log > delete = true > > Does this help?
Actually, I have getmailrc file with a proven track record, and that is what I am using on this laptop to receive mail from Comcast. I installed the same file on my new installation. No, I think the problem is deeper than that, and has to do with configuring sendmail correctly, and my rc.conf. Rem _______________________________________________ firstname.lastname@example.org mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"