* Erik Christiansen <dva...@internode.on.net> [07-28-19 04:06]:
> On 28.07.19 12:21, Cameron Simpson wrote:
> > On 27Jul2019 22:40, Pankaj Jangid <pankaj.jan...@gmail.com> wrote:
> > > On Sat, Jul 27, 2019 at 11:41:52AM -0400, Patrick Shanahan wrote:
> > > > I still use fetchmail and with imap accounts including google.  and
> > > > have no problem.
> > > > 
> > > Probably I'll try it again. This was my favourite tool. But then I check
> > > that there is no change in the repository since very long. I was worried
> > > if this is still maintained or not.
> > 
> > Maybe it is stable :-)
> Indeed, with all of us using it happy and content.
> My use of fetchmail and procmail differs from Matthias' only in the
> omission of spamassassin, and having procmail deliver to about ten
> inboxes, one for each list, one for family, and the default. Mutt then
> presents them in the priority order I have selected, so that I first see what
> I need to see, without having to wade through two thousand mails in one
> nightmare jungle after a fortnight out on the farm. (I am at a loss to
> comprehend how it is possible to deal with one chaotic dump, especially
> without having a heart attack or failing to respond to important mail,
> lost in the flood.)
> Instead of spamassassin, I've made do with a bunch of procmail recipes,
> which only let about one spam per week through. Another recipe weeds a
> high traffic list, dumping stuff that won't interest me.

I do the same for years except I utilize spamassassin.

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