From Vince Coen@2:250/1 to All on Sun Nov 3 16:26:55 2019
I have a need to send and receive netmails and emails.
This is using a program written to process elists in a language that does not play nice with
binary data unless the format is known, so.
So I have found that sending to netmail address with a created file containing the msg or other
text, I can just use mbmsg post.
Receiving is a different matter as I would have liked to define an echo area as msg based and
not Jam but mbse does not support anything other than Jam but is there a solution to read a
given area looking for netmails addressed to blogs@2:250/1? or looking for three specific
subject lines or some other way ?
Next is doing the same by email say via postfix and or mailx.
Here it is going to a specific POP3 account and saving them as text files with some specific
filename format so that a program can search for them say in the inbound directory or another
Like wise, sending replies out can be done may be using mailx as I am not too sure about using
postfix with the example given in the manual under heading Internet Gateway at page 93.
Any one any ideas ?
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