Projects / psmail


Psmail is a set of Perl scripts that, when used together, are similar to using an email program. Messages are stored one-per-file in specified directories, and utilities are given to create template new messages (writing headers, etc), reply, read, and list messages with relevant info (i.e. #lines, subject, who from, etc.). As each file is a separate message, you can also write complex commandlines to conditionally handle files. Psmail doesn't handle MIME or multiple POP accounts (yet).

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  •  02 Jul 1999 21:22

    Release Notes: First release with a version number, fixed numerous bugs, added a script to watch your POP mailbox and perform specified action when messages are found.


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