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Re: interesting emacspeak observation help please.



On 07/10/06, Jason White <jasonw@ariel.its.unimelb.edu.au> wrote:

> Correct.
>
> The best way to set this up, which has nothing to do with Emacspeak, is to
> configure fetchmail to retrieve all of your e-mail via POP3 or IMAP from
> your
> various accounts. Set up Fetchmail to deliver the mail via a mail transfer
> agent such as Exim, Postfix or Sendmail, using Procmail as the local
> delivery
> agent. Write a ~/.procmailrc file to filter incoming mail into various
> folders
> as you wish. Spam filtering can be either configured in the mail transfer
> agent or as part of your Procmail rules, using anti-spam software such as
> Spamassassin or DSpam.
ok, and can I send the replies back in some similar way?
> The end result is that all of your mail, from various sources, is
> autoamtically filtered and delivered into appropriate local folders which
> you
> can read with your favourite mail reading software. VM works particularly
> well
> under Emacspeak.
so if I want to reply emails coming from gmail or yahoomail is it a
nice idea to use vm?
thanks,
Krishnakant.

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