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# Begin procmailrc.joe file
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#
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# This is Joe's specific set of procmail
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# recipes.  It assumes that Joe has a
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# number of specific folders created
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# to which these recipes refer.  Otherwise
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# the mail cannot be sorted properly.
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#
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# First, let's define some high-level
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# folder macros to save typing later on.
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# The ALERTSBOX points to the
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# folder where we'll sort out various
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# incoming news alerts.
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# The LISTSBOX will point to a
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# folder where we'll sort out various
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# list services to which we're subscribed.
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#
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# Both ALERTSBOX and LISTSBOX
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# are subfolders of a generic folder called,
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# duh, Folders, which is right off the
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# user's INBOX.
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#
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# So if a Linux-kernel message comes in
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# it gets deposited in the folder
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# Folders/Lists/Linux_Kernel which is
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# represented in Cyrus IMAP terms as
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# user.Joe.Folders.Lists.Linux_kernel
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#
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# Put anchordesk alerts in news alerts folder
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:0:$LOGNAME.lock
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* ^From:.*anchordesk
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| $DELIVERTO $ALERTSBOX.News-Alerts
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# Put NC World alerts in their own folder
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:0:$LOGNAME.lock
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* ^From:.*NCWorld@FDDS.com
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| $DELIVERTO $ALERTSBOX.NCWorld-Alerts
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# List processing & Misc Alerts
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:0:$LOGNAME.lock
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* (^Cc:|^CC:|^To:|^Sender:).*linux-kernel@vger.rutgers.edu
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| $DELIVERTO $LISTSBOX.Linux_Kernel
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:0:$LOGNAME.lock
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* (^Cc:|^CC:|^To:|^Sender:).*linux-net@vger.rutgers.edu
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| $DELIVERTO $LISTSBOX.Linux_Net
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#
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# End of procmailrc.joe file
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