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Old 10-03-2003, 03:23 PM   #1
mogorva
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selective download from multidrop mailbox


Hi,

I have two separated servers at two separated locations (L1, and L2) and a *@company.com multidrop mailbox.

How can I download mails _just_ for user1, user2, user3 at L1, and _just_ for user4, user5, user6 at L2?

The servers aren't always online, so I'm looking for a 'fetchmail-like' solution.

I'm using Deb Woody.

Thanks,

MogorvA
 
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