A program that filters local email via forward/pipe
filter is one of the original mail filtering programs written for UNIX.
(originally a part of the 'elm' mailer)
Install it via a pipe(|) reference in $HOME/.forward, and let it
separate your incoming email into different personal mailboxes.
README for "filter v2.6", the email filtering program originally from ELM
This program is designed to look at each piece of email you get "locally",
and separate it off into different "mail folders".
It relies on you being able to create a $HOME/.forward file, or equivalent,
that lets you "pipe" incoming email to a filter program.
It takes action based on rules you put in $HOME/.filter/filter-ru
filter for Debian
Yes, okay, 'filter' isnt the greatest name. But it has about 10 years of
UNIX history, so it's fair to say it has first claim to the name :-)
-- Philip Brown <firstname.lastname@example.org>, Sat, 28 Jul 2001 09:44:50 -0700
filter - filter incoming messages before adding to mailbox
filter [-q] [-v] [-l] [-o output] [-f rules-file] [-m mail‐
filter [-n] [-f rules-file]
filter [-r] [-o output] [-f rules-file]
filter [-c] [-s] [-o output] [-f rules-file]
filter [-c] [-S] [-o ou
filter (2.6.3-1) unstable; urgency=medium
* New upstream release
* Security bug fixed upstream
Yes, this changelog is only being started with filter version 2.2
Changes are from filter.2.1.3
fix != in comparison
Enable PIDCHECK, ...
Do something saner, if we cannot ge
This package was debianized by Philip Brown <email@example.com> on
Sat, 28 Jul 2001 09:44:50 -0700.
All known bugs fixed.
But if you ever get paranoid about filter not putting things in
Browse inside filter_2.6.3-1_kfreebsd-i386.deb