On Mon, 05 Sep 2005 23:24:07 +0100
Phil Borman <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Is it possible to communicate with a running gnubiff ?
> I would like to issue a command to gnubiff to make it
> servers for mail. This is because I would like to run
a spam filter
> whenever a new message arrives, and get gnubiff to
update it's list of
> mail headers after removing the spam.
> I can get the spam filter to run by setting the
"Command" option in
> preferences to run popsneaker
> but if I then left-click on gnubiff the spam
messages are still listed
> and clicking on them causes gnubiff to segfault
> A signal call, something like "killall -USR1 gnubiff"
to make it re-read
> would be useful ?
> I could then set "Command" to "popsneaker ; killall