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Old 10-24-2007, 08:47 AM   #1
deepugopi
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how to set diff fetchmail settings for different users?


Hi,
I've setup a local mail server.
Local Mail Server : Uses sendmail & fetchmail.
OS: RHEL 4
crontab entry: */5 * * * * /usr/bin/fetchmail -K
Currently i've created .fetchmailrc file under /root & entered the username & password of each user which has to be popped. But now i need to tweak fetchmail settings in such a way that i want to retain few persons mails in the remote server while fetching the actual mails for other users.

How can i set .fetchmailrc file to be more user specific settings?

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Deepu G.
 
  


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