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#1: applying procmail filters to already received emails

Posted on 2008-04-23 01:22:15 by SPX2

I have already received a couple of mails which mutt continously asked
me if I want to archive.
So eventually I gave up to mutt and archived them.
Recently I've learned how to make procmail filters and was able to
make folders etc.
Now my mail goes in place.
But the old mail(archive) is in a big ammount.I would like to apply
the procmail filters to it to be
able to have it also in the new designated folders.
How can I do that ?

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#2: Re: applying procmail filters to already received emails

Posted on 2008-04-24 05:12:00 by jak

On Tue, 22 Apr 2008 16:22:15 -0700 (PDT), Petrea Stefan
<stefan.petrea@gmail.com> wrote:

>I have already received a couple of mails which mutt continously asked
>me if I want to archive.
>So eventually I gave up to mutt and archived them.
>Recently I've learned how to make procmail filters and was able to
>make folders etc.
>Now my mail goes in place.
>But the old mail(archive) is in a big ammount.I would like to apply
>the procmail filters to it to be
>able to have it also in the new designated folders.
>How can I do that ?

If your mail is in mbox format

procmail myrc < data

Where "myrc" is a procmail .rc file.



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