sorry to have joined so late, bu ti recently discovered mailmanager last week and so far so great! hopefully i can contribute moving forward. you'll excuse the fact im not much of a techie, and a newbie (egads!)
but in regards to the mailmanager fowarding response from andrew - will that only work within non-Windows users? i'm on windows XP and have no idea how to create a . forward file, nor what to do with it. i've read through all the threads and still can't seem to figure it out. any suggestions?
another question i had is in my mailmanager log, i keep getitng the message "DeprecationWarning"
any idea what means and if its bad? i only have approx. 20 emails awaiting response, is there a max number of files? i've also logged into my Zope directly and pack the datbase as suggested. it's down to 1.8M, am i reaching my limit?
i've fowarded about 50 emails to mailmanager (since i don't know how to import either). i'm getting new mail, just not the ones i've fowarded (i've set my outlook not to check the server mailmanager is using, so i have no idea where those fowarded emails went.
this is a great software, thank u!
On 16 Nov 2004, at 20:55, sunnemer wrote:
> in the Settings i enable Routing 1. What should i wrote into
> the .forward-file?
I don"t know Sendmail very well - I"ve been using Qmail for years. I
think the format of the .forward is the same though. In qmail it would
be something like:
| /home/zope/Products/MailManager/scripts/MMMailIn.py -u
If you run the MMMailIn.py script with no arguments it will print a
help message explaining the options.
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