Hi. I have been using mutt + procmail + fetchmail for a while now and
have pretty much all my filters working but a few. Here is my .muttrc
file

set folder=~/Mail
set hostname=bellsouth.net
set realname="Bryan Cassidy"
set hostname=bellsouth.net
set beep_new=yes
set abort_nosubject=ask-yes
set postpone=ask-yes
set fast_reply=yes
set askcc=yes
set envelope_from
set editor='vim -c "set ls=2 shm=at ww=<,>,h,l tw=72" +2'
set record="$HOME/Mail/Sent
set sort=threads
set user_agent=yes
set beep_new=yes
set alias_file=~/mail_aliases
set pager_format="%a"
set sig_dashes="yes"
set signature="~/.signature"
set ispell="ispell"
set mark_old=no
set smart_wrap=yes
set arrow_cursor=yes
set ascii_chars=yes
set help=yes
set weed=yes
set indent_string=">"
set index_format="%3C %Z %d %-15.15F (%4l) %s"
set folder_format="%N %F %2l %-8.8u %-8.8g %8s %d %f"
set status_on_top
set charset=iso-8859-1

source ~/mail_aliases

ignore *
unignore from: x-mailer x-mailing-list x-operating-system subject to cc
mail-foolowup-to \
date X-Mailer x-url

charset-hook US-ASCII ISO-8859-1
charset-hook x-unknown ISO-8859-1
hdr_order From: To: Subject: Cc: X-Mailer: X-Operating-System: Date:

my_hdr From: Bryan Cassidy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
my_hdr Reply-To: Bryan Cassidy <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>
my_hdr Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
my_hdr X-Operating-System: FreeBSD 4.8-p14
my_hdr X-Mailer: Mutt in your face!
hdr_order from date subject to cc

subscribe freebsd-questions
subscribe freebsd
subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED]
subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED]
subscribe freebsd-newbies
subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED]

subscribe freebsd-hackers
subscribe hackers
subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED]

subscribe cvs-all

subscribe fluxbox-users

subscribe mutt-users@
subscribe mutt

subscribe cvs-ports

subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED]

subscribe freebsd-security-notifications

subscribe freebsd-kde
subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED]

subscribe [EMAIL PROTECTED]

### Mailboxes

mailboxes =FreeBSD_Questions
mailboxes =FreeBSD_Newbies
mailboxes =FreeBSD_Hackers
mailboxes =FreeBSD_KDE
mailboxes =FreeBSD_Security_Notifications
mailboxes =FreshPorts_Watch
mailboxes =Fluxbox_Users
mailboxes =Mutt
mailboxes =CVS_ALL
mailboxes =Sent
mailboxes =Bryan_Cassidy
mailboxes =CVS_PORTS
mailboxes =Bob_Cassidy
mailboxes =Default
mailboxes =Bryan_Yahoo
mailboxes =Jim Bonsey
mailboxes =WKU_Linux
mailboxes =Richard
### Fetchmail

macro index G "!fetchmail -v -m 'procmail -d %T'\r"
macro pager G "!fetchmail -v -m 'procmail -d %T'\r"
macro browser m <enter>m


and here is my .procmailrc file

DEFAULT=$HOME/Mail/Default
MAILDIR=$HOME/Mail
PMDIR=$HOME/Procmail
VERBOSE=no
LOGFILE=$PMDIR/pmlog


:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_Questions
:0:
* ^TO_questions
FreeBSD_Questions

:0:
* ^TO_

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Linux_WKU

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_Newbies

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_Newbies

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_KDE

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_KDE

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_KDE

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Fluxbox_Users

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
CVS_ALL

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
CVS_PORTS

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_Hackers

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_Hackers

:0:
* [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Mutt

:0:
* ^From:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Bryan_Cassidy

:0:
* ^From:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Bryan_Yahoo

:0:
* .*
Default

:0:
* ^From:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Bob_Cassidy

:0:
* ^From:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Jim Bonsey

:0:
* ^From:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreshPorts_Watch

:0:
* ^TO:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
WKU_Linux

:0:
* TO_:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
FreeBSD_Security_Notifications

:0:
* ^FROM:[EMAIL PROTECTED]
Richard

Pretty much all my mailing list filters work but the FreeBSD Security
Advisory one goes into =Default for some reason. All mail from my dad
which is Bob_Cassidy, goes into =Default as well as mail from Richard
and Jim. They all go into =Default instead of their correct folder. I
just can't figure it out. Maybe someone could help me out here.

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