maildirproc is a program that processes one or several existing mail boxes in the maildir format. It is primarily focused on mail sorting, which means moving, copying, forwarding, and deleting mail according to a set of rules. It can be seen as an alternative to procmail, but instead of being a delivery agent (which wants to be part of the delivery chain), maildirproc only processes mail which has already been delivered. That is a feature, not a bug.
|Tags||Communications Email Filters|
|Operating Systems||OS Independent|
Release Notes: maildirproc now uses Python 3.x as its configuration language. For backwards compatibility with Python 2.x, there is also a maildirproc-python2 release archive.
Release Notes: Logs are now printed to the log file in a safe way even if the log string doesn't fit within the destination character set.
Release Notes: Support for Python 3.x was improved. Parsing of erroneously encoded headers has been made more robust. A problem with logging to stdout has been fixed.
Release Notes: Robustness for erroneously encoded headers has been improved. It is now also possible to log non-ASCII characters from the RC file again.
Release Notes: This release adds support for Python 3.0. Support for Python 2.4 has been dropped. There has also been some other minor enhancements and fixes.