Archmbox is a simple email archiver written in Perl which can extract email messages from one or more mailboxes.
|Tags||Archiving Utilities Communications Email|
|Operating Systems||POSIX BSD OpenBSD Linux Mac OS X FreeBSD NetBSD|
Release Notes: This release is not a milestone, and probably won't change the way you archive email, but there are some features that are worth a try. The option to customize the archive mailbox name was added, as well as support for logical and regular expressions based archiving. Code cleanups and revisions were performed.
Release Notes: This release features an improved engine to generate list mode's reports. The output can be safely redirected to a log file or piped trough a pager without odd results. A regular expressions based filter was added, which allows some mailboxes or directories to be filtered while archiving. Some minor fixes and cleanups were performed as well.
Release Notes: This release features the ability to use the "Date:" header to age a message, and thus perform archiving based on the informations of that header. Small bugfixes, code cleanups, and output improvements were made.
Release Notes: This is a major features release. More options are now available to archmbox users. It is now possible to trim archiving even more than before, skipping symbolic links and mailboxes smaller than a user-specified size. Output was improved, providing the user with more meaningful information and an overall summary of archiving if required. Bugfixes and code cleanups were performed as well.
Release Notes: This release supports Mac OS X and *BSD systems natively. It also supports Windows if CygWin is installed. More option were added, and it is now possible to keep unread or flagged messages, refine archiving using time beside date, and use any header for a regexp based archiving. A new copy mode was added, which allows you to copy messages from the source mailbox without actually modifying it. Many improvements were made to mailbox parsing and handling, along with some bugfixes and code cleanups.