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Old 10-12-2003, 04:33 PM   #1
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good email setup? fetchmail -> procmail -> spamassassin -> evolution


Right now I use only Evolution + spamassassin for my email setup. I am considering switching to the setup mentioned in the subject though.

Will I be able to use all of my email software to its fullest using said configuration Will moving messages to different folders in Evolution work correctly? Also would this setup use "mbox" format mail boxes? Could I use the spamassassin sa-learn with my email if I start using fetchmail and procmail?

Email seems to be surprisingly complex in linux... but very powerful...
 
  


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