Justin Mason <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
>That's MMDF format. Thankfully now pretty much obsolete ;)
My previous employer started off many years ago as a SCO shop and
still has some lurking horrors. Unfortunately the extremely hacked
Machine Munching Destruction Facility is still very much around,
although it's quite shy...
220 punt-11.mail.demon.net Server SMTP (Complaints/bugs to: email@example.com)
I use maildir format because exim supports it directly and it's easy
to shift bits of mailboxes around with trivial scripts. However my
mail gets to me via Berzerkeley mailboxen so it suffers from >From
I read mail with mutt; I gave up on emacs/vm because my lack of self-
discipline caused an enormous inbox which made emacs really grind --
running two emacsen so that you can still do stuff while it's chewing
over your inbox is silly.
Now I'm a lot more organized with my mail, but I have some high-volume
mailing lists which still accumulate thousands of messages between the
times that I archive ... nearly 10,000 FreeBSD CVS commit messages in
-- f.a.n.finch firstname.lastname@example.org email@example.com PORTLAND: SOUTHWESTERLY BECOMING CYCLONIC, THEN NORTHERLY, 4 OR 5. RAIN OR SHOWERS. MODERATE OR GOOD.
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