Re: smalltalk

From: Stefan `Sec` Zehl <sec(at)>
Date: Sat, 21 Feb 1998 19:53:46 +0100

On Sat, Feb 21, 1998 at 11:24:02AM +0100, Andreas Klemm wrote:
> Kannst Du mir mal nen Beispiel geben, damit ich nicht suchen muß ?

kam das in dem Thread nicht schonmal vor ?

aus procmailex(5):

| If you are subscribed to several mailinglists and people
| cross-post to some of them, you usually receive several
| duplicate mails (one from every list). The following sim-
| ple recipe eliminates duplicate mails. It tells formail
| to keep an 8KB cache file in which it will store the Mes-
| sage-IDs of the most recent mails you received. Since
| Message-IDs are guaranteed to be unique for every new
| mail, they are ideally suited to weed out duplicate mails.
| Simply put the following recipe at the top of your rcfile,
| and no duplicate mail will get past it.
| :0 Wh: msgid.lock
| | formail -D 8192 msgid.cache
| Beware if you have delivery problems in recipes below this
| one and procmail tries to requeue the mail, then on the
| next queue run, this mail will be considered a duplicate
| and will be thrown away. For those not quite so confident
| in their own scripting capabilities, you can use the fol-
| lowing recipe instead. It puts duplicates in a separate
| folder instead of throwing them away. It is up to you to
| periodically empty the folder of course.
| :0 Whc: msgid.lock
| | formail -D 8192 msgid.cache
| :0 a:
| duplicates


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Received on Sat 21 Feb 1998 - 19:53:54 CET

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