Packages in the mail directory

Last updated: Thu Mar 20 04:24:06 1997

vm

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Version: 6.20-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:59:18 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
Description:
A mail user agent for Emacs VM (View Mail) is an Emacs subsystem that allows UNIX mail to be read and disposed of within Emacs. Commands exist to do the normal things expected of a mail user agent, such as generating replies, saving messages to folders, deleting messages and so on. There are other more advanced commands that do tasks like bursting and creating digests, message forwarding, and organizing message presentation according to various criteria.

This comes by default with XEmacs.

Depends:
smail | sendmail | mail-transport-agent, emacs

smartlist

*download (76 Kb)
Version: 3.10-13 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:53 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
Versatile and Intelligent List Processor Summary of what SmartList provides: + The overseeable management of an arbitrary number of mailinglists + Convenient and simple creation of new mailinglists + Convenient and simple removal of existing mailinglists + Fully automated subscription/unsubscription/help-request processing + Enough intelligence to overcome the ignorance of some subscribers
(will direct subscribe and unsubscribe requests away from the
regular list and automatically onto the -request address) + No hardwired format for (un)subscribe requests (i.e. new subscribers
need not be educated, unsubscribing users do not need to remember
any particular syntax) + *Intelligent* autoremoval of addresses from the list that cause
too many bounces + Submissions can be limited to people on the accept list (which could
be the current list of subscribers) + The fully automated subscription mechanism allows for a reject list
of unwanted subscribers and a general address screening mechanism
which allows you to control exactly who is allowed to subscribe + Optional implicit subscription upon first submission to the list + MIME-compliant auto-digest-generation (configurable per list) + Joint management of several mailinglists possible + Automatically eliminates duplicate submissions
archive server
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), procmail, mail-transport-agent

mimedecode

*download (7 Kb)
Version: 1.8-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:58:10 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Decodes transfer encoded text type mime messages. This program performs the decoding of transfer encoded text type mime messages. The message in its entirety is read from stdin. The decoded message is written to stdout; hence, this program behaves as a filter which may be placed wherever convenient.

It is assumed that the message has reached its point of final delivery and at that point 8-bit text types can be handled natively. Hence, the need for transfer-encodings is not present any more.

Only some cases are handled:
- encoded header fields are decoded from QP or B encoding.
- The charset is assumed to be iso-8859-1
- part or subparts of content-type text only are decoded
- all other content-types are passed transparently.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

imap-4

*download (126 Kb)
Version: 4-4 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:57:13 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Dale Scheetz <dwarf@polaris.net>
Description:
remote mail folder access server for Pine and others IMAP (the Interactive Mail Access Protocol) is a mechanism for accessing mail folders and the messages in them remotely, ie with your user mail program running on a different machine to the one where all the messages are stored.

This protocol for remote mail access is supported by Pine and by some DOS/Windows and Macintosh MUA's (Mail User Agents).

If you just want to use Pine to read your email on your Linux system you do not need this package.

If you do install imapd you will almost certainly want to install a Mail Transfer Agent such as Smail or Sendmail, as remote mail programs which use IMAP to access incoming and saved mail will usually want to send mail using SMTP, often to the same machine.

You will probably also want to install Pine or some other IMAP client so that you can test your IMAP server.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)
Conflicts:
imapd

bulkmail

*download (12 Kb)
Version: 1.6-2 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:44 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
John Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org>
Description:
Speed up delivery of e-mail to large numbers of recipients. This is a C program to do "bulk" mailing. For input, it takes a file of recipient addresses (one address per line) and a message (with headers already attached) to be sent to the recipients. It sorts the recipient list by reversed domain (so similar ones sort together), splits up the recipients into several groups containing no more than N domains each, creates an SMTP envelope for each group of recipients, and feeds that envelope to "/usr/lib/sendmail -bs".

Smartlist already contains a bulkmail style tool!

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

biff

*download (10 Kb)
Version: 5.31-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:30 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Stephen Pitts <pitts2@memphisonline.com>
Description:
a mail notification tool biff is a small little program that tells you when you get mail. Most standard .bashrc files include 'biff y' at the start to enable notification. The included biff server is notified whenever new mail arrives.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

berolist

*download (27 Kb)
Version: 2.3.5-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:29 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Christoph Lameter <clameter@debian.org>
Description:
Easy-to-use, easy-to-install mailing list server BeroList is an easy-to-use, easy-to-install mailing list server. Unlike many other mailing list servers, BeroList does not require perl to be installed on your system. Includes Web Interface and News Gateway
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), libgdbm1

af

*download (234 Kb)
Version: 1.99.14-beta-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 19 22:55:15 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Malc Arnold <malc@thing.demon.co.uk>
Description:
An Emacs-like mail reader and composer. Af is a standalone mail reader which has an Emacs-like interface by default. It has good facilities for handling folders, and commands for handling groups of messages in a single operation. Af is aimed primarily at Emacs users and people who deal with large amounts of mail daily, but other people may find it useful too.

This release is a beta, and may not be as stable as the author might wish. There are no known bugs, but you may run into some (hopefully-minor) problems.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), ncurses3.0, smail | mail-transport-agent

berolist

*download (28 Kb)
Version: 2.3.5-1 Last modified: Fri Mar 14 11:52:10 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Christoph Lameter <clameter@debian.org>
Description:
Easy-to-use, easy-to-install mailing list server BeroList is an easy-to-use, easy-to-install mailing list server. Unlike many other mailing list servers, BeroList does not require perl to be installed on your system. Includes Web Interface and News Gateway
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), libgdbm1

metamail

*download (153 Kb)
Version: 2.7-19 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:33 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Herbert Xu <herbert@debian.org>
Description:
An implementation of MIME. Metamail is an implementation of MIME (Multi-purpose Internet Mail Extensions), a proposed standard for multimedia electronic mail on the Internet.

Metamail is configurable and extensible via the "mailcap" mechanism described in an informational RFC that is a companion to the MIME document. Metamail can be used to turn virtually any mail reader program into a multimedia mail reader. For information about how to change mail readers so that they can use Metamail, please read the file `/usr/doc/metamail/mailers.txt.gz'.

Depends:
mime-support (>=2.02-1), libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), ncurses3.0

fetchmail

*download (79 Kb)
Version: 3.8-0 Last modified: Thu Mar 13 11:52:15 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Paul Haggart <phaggart@debian.org>
Description:
POP2/3, APOP, IMAP mail gatherer/forwarder This is a full-featured, robust and very configurable POP3 / APOP / IMAP mail forwarder. It's designed to pick up mail from a mail server host and deliver it just as though it had arrived on your client machine via SMTP.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)
Conflicts:
popclient

tm

*download (264 Kb)
Version: 7.105.1-1 Last modified: Thu Mar 6 11:53:27 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Joe Reinhardt <jmr@debian.org>
Description:
MIME viewer/editor for emacs news and mail. tm is a MIME package for GNU Emacs. MIME is a proposed internet standard for including content and headers other than (ASCII) plain text in messages.

tm has the following features:
* MIME style multilingual header (RFC 1522)
* MIME message viewer (mime/viewer-mode) (RFC 1521)
* MIME message composer (mime/editor-mode) (RFC 1521)
* MIME extenders for mh-e, GNUS, Gnus, RMAIL and VM

MIME message viewer and composer also support following features:
* filename handling by Content-Disposition field (RFC 1806)
* PGP/MIME security Multiparts (RFC 2015)
* application/pgp Content-Type (draft-kazu-pgp-mime-00.txt)
* text/richtext (RFC 1521; obsolete; preview only)
* text/enriched (RFC 1896)

Depends:
emacs (>= 19.30)

af

*download (240 Kb)
Version: 1.99.14-beta-1 Last modified: Thu Mar 6 11:52:14 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Malc Arnold <malc@thing.demon.co.uk>
Description:
An Emacs-like mail reader and composer. Af is a standalone mail reader which has an Emacs-like interface by default. It has good facilities for handling folders, and commands for handling groups of messages in a single operation. Af is aimed primarily at Emacs users and people who deal with large amounts of mail daily, but other people may find it useful too.

This release is a beta, and may not be as stable as the author might wish. There are no known bugs, but you may run into some (hopefully-minor) problems.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), ncurses3.0, smail | mail-transport-agent

signify

*download (8 Kb)
Version: 1.02-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:34 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Brian White <bcwhite@verisim.com>
Description:
Autamatic, semi-random ".signature" generator Signify is a neat little program that allows a random signature to be generated from a set of rules. Each section can be one of an unlimited number of possibilities, each with its own weighting so those really cool quotes can appear more often than others. Sections can also be placed next to each other vertically to create columns. Each section can be formatted independently as left/right/center and top/bottom/vcenter.
Depends:
perl

exim-doc

*download (195 Kb)
Version: 1.61-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:13 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Tim Cutts <tjrc1@scalopus.bio.cam.ac.uk>
Description:
Exim MTA info documentation Info Files for Exim

exim

*download (383 Kb)
Version: 1.61-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:13 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Tim Cutts <tjrc1@scalopus.bio.cam.ac.uk>
Description:
Exim Mailer This MTA is rather easier to configure than smail or sendmail. It is a drop-in replacement for sendmail/mailq/rsmtp. Advanced features include the ability to reject connections from known spam sites, and an extremely efficient queue processing algorithm.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)
Conflicts:
mail-tranport-agent

eximon

*download (33 Kb)
Version: 1.61-1 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:13 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Tim Cutts <tjrc1@scalopus.bio.cam.ac.uk>
Description:
X-windows monitor for the exim mail transport agent. Eximon allows administrators to view the exim agent's mail queue and logs, and perform a variety of actions on queued messages, such as freezing, bouncing and thawing messages.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0),exim

compface

*download (18 Kb)
Version: 89.11.11-9 Last modified: Wed Mar 5 11:52:09 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Hakan Ardo <hakan@debian.org>
Description:
Allows you to place face images in mailheadders. Converts 48x48 .xbm format (X bitmap) files inte a compressed format
that can be placed in your X-Face: mail headder. Some mailreaders,
like exmh will the display this image when the user is reading your mail.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

mailpgp

*download (1 Kb)
Version: 1.0-3 Last modified: Fri Feb 28 14:53:40 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Patrick J Edwards <edwards@cambridgnet.sk.ca>
Description:
PGP mail encryption script. Using Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) with Pine or Elm is made easy with this utility. It is a simple script that when ran will startup an editor, and then later will PGP or clear sign the document.
Depends:
pgp-i | pgp-us

poppassd

*download (11 Kb)
Version: 1.2-5 Last modified: Wed Feb 26 11:53:17 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Christoph Lameter <clameter@debian.org>
Description:
Password change server for Eudora and NUPOP Installing this packet will enable Eudora and other Mac/PC Mail programs to change the user password on your Debian server without logging into the Server itself.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

fetchmail

*download (84 Kb)
Version: 3.7-0 Last modified: Sun Feb 23 11:52:21 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Paul Haggart <phaggart@debian.org>
Description:
POP2/3, APOP, IMAP mail gatherer/forwarder This is a full-featured, robust and very configurable POP3 / APOP / IMAP mail forwarder. It's designed to pick up mail from a mail server host and deliver it just as though it had arrived on your client machine via SMTP.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)
Conflicts:
popclient

procmail

*download (104 Kb)
Version: 3.10-7 Last modified: Sat Feb 22 11:53:20 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Santiago Vila <sanvila@ctv.es>
Description:
Versatile e-mail processor. Can be used to create mail-servers, mailing lists, sort your incoming mail into separate folders/files (real convenient when subscribing to one or more mailing lists or for prioritising your mail), preprocess your mail, start any programs upon mail arrival (e.g. to generate different chimes on your workstation for different types of mail) or selectively forward certain incoming mail automatically to someone.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0)

mailagent

*download (393 Kb)
Version: 3.56-1 Last modified: Sat Feb 22 11:53:06 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Manoj Srivastava <srivasta@debian.org>
Description:
An automatic mail-processing tool Mailagent allows you to process your mail automatically. This has far more functionality than procmail, and is easier to configure (providing, of course, that you grok perl). As a mail processing tool, this slices, it dices, it ...

Given a set of lex-like rules, you are able to file mails to specific folders (plain Unix-style folders and also MMDF and MH ones), forward messages to a third person, pipe a message to a command or even post the message to a newsgroup.

It is also possible to process messages containing some commands.

You may also set up a vacation program, which will automatically answer your mail while you are not there, but more flexibly than the Unix command of the same name. You only need to supply a message to be sent and the frequency at which this will occur. Some simple macro substitutions allow you to re-use some parts of the mail header into your vacation message, for a more personalized reply.

You may also set up a generic mail server, without the hassle of the lower-level concerns like error recovery, logging or command parsing.

The mailagent is not usually invoked manually but is rather called via the filter program, which is in turn invoked by sendmail. That means you must have sendmail/smail on your system to use this. You also must have perl to run the mailagent scripts.

It is possible to extend the mailagent filtering commands by implementing them in perl and then having them automagically loaded when used.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), perl, sendmail | smail | mail-transport-agent

pinepgp

*download (2 Kb)
Version: 1.1 Last modified: Tue Feb 18 08:55:20 1997
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Hakan Ardo <hakan@debian.org>
Description:
Automates the pgp sign, encrypt and decrypt functions within pine Pinepgp is a set filters designed for use with perl that automates the process of pgp signing and encrypting outgoing mail and decrypting incomming.
Depends:
pine, pgp

mutt

*download (187 Kb)
Version: 0.61-1 Last modified: Sat Feb 15 23:52:46 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
J.H.M. Dassen <jdassen@wi.LeidenUniv.nl>
Description:
Text-based mailreader supporting MIME, PGP and threading. Mutt is a sophisticated text-based Mail User Agent. Some highlights:
o Easy for ELM users to switch to
o MIME support (including RFC1522 encoding/decoding of 8-bit message
headers)
o PGP/MIME support (RFC 2015)
o Mailbox threading (both strict and non-strict)
o Messages can be infinitely postponed
o Colour support
o Highly configurable through easy but powerful rc file

This version is built with the following options: PGP in /usr/bin/pgp, POP3 support enabled, ispell in /usr/bin/ispell.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.2.18), libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), slang0.99.34 (>=0.99.37), mail-transport-agent

mutt

*download (195 Kb)
Version: 0.61-1 Last modified: Mon Feb 10 02:30:18 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
J.H.M. Dassen <jdassen@wi.LeidenUniv.nl>
Description:
Text-based mailreader supporting MIME, PGP and threading. Mutt is a sophisticated text-based Mail User Agent. Some highlights:
o Easy for ELM users to switch to
o MIME support (including RFC1522 encoding/decoding of 8-bit message
headers)
o PGP/MIME support (RFC 2015)
o Mailbox threading (both strict and non-strict)
o Messages can be infinitely postponed
o Colour support
o Highly configurable through easy but powerful rc file

This version is built with the following options: PGP in /usr/bin/pgp, POP3 support enabled, ispell in /usr/bin/ispell.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.0-0), slang0.99.34 (>=0.99.37), mail-transport-agent

xfaces

*download (242 Kb)
Version: 3.3-6 Last modified: Sun Feb 9 11:59:36 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Hakan Ardo <hakan@debian.org>
Description:
Displays an image for each piece of mail in your mailbox. XFaces is a program that will display an image for each
piece of mail in your mail box. This lets you know at a
glance who you have mail from. XFaces starts out (when you
have no mail) looking like a color xbiff. As you receive
mail XFaces becomes a column of mail images. Some of XFaces
features:


- Both mono and color images.


- Optional Shaped window support with both xpm and xbm.


- Sound support using the NetAudio protocol. The NetAudio server
currently supports Sun's SparcStation (SunOS 4.1.X and Solaris 2.2),
SGI's Indigo and NCD MCX X terminals running NCDware 3.1 or later.


- Face images can be "compressed" so that each image will only
show up once on your display. This way, if you receive 30 messages
from one user, list or whatever the image will only show up once.


- You can use regular expressions to search any headers to choose
images and sounds or ignore that mail message compleatly. This
lets you specify an image/sound for mail that comes from a
mailing list or ignore mail that you have already seen but
left in your system mailbox.


- Compatibility support for Rich Burridge's faces program. This
includes the ability to run user command to generate the image
list.


- Support for POP mailboxes.


- XFaces can kick off shell commands based upon mailbox
contents. You could have yourself paged when a high priorty
item needs your attention.


- XFaces can run external filters to convert images into Xpm
so that image formats that XFaces does not understand can
be used.


- The annotations for mail items include username, hostname,
count, user@host, the contents of any header.

Depends:
compface (>= 89.11.11-4), libc5 (>= 5.4.7-7), xlib6 (>= 3.2-0), xpm4.7

mailx

*download (96 Kb)
Version: 1:8.1.1-3 Last modified: Sat Feb 1 04:08:25 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Loic Prylli <lprylli@graville.fdn.fr>
Description:
A simple mail user agent. mailx is the traditional command-line-mode mail user agent. Even if you don't use it it may be required by other programmes.
Depends:
smail | mail-transport-agent

sendmail

*download (572 Kb)
Version: 8.8.5-1 Last modified: Thu Jan 30 17:28:55 1997
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Robert Leslie <rob@mars.org>
Description:
A complex mail transport agent. Sendmail is an alternative mail transport agent (MTA) for Debian. It is suitable for handling complex mail configurations, although this means that its configuration can also be complex.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.13), libgdbm1, libdb1, netbase (>= 1.26-1), deliver, m4
Conflicts:
mail-transport-agent, smail

xmailtool

*download (76 Kb)
Version: 3.1.2b-1 Last modified: Wed Jan 29 17:15:12 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Orn E. Hansen <oe.hansen@halmstad.mail.telia.com>
Description:
The good old BSD style mail reader This program provides a full mail reader, for X Windows environment. It provides the standard X Windows widget set, and fast operation.
Depends:
xlib6, libc5 (>= 5.4.13)

elm-me+

*download (356 Kb)
Version: 2.4pl25ME+31-4 Last modified: Sun Jan 19 16:59:17 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
John Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org>
Description:
MIME & PGP-aware interactive mail reader [enhanced] Elm ME+ is an enhanced version of the Elm mail reader. Features you will find in Elm ME+ include: anonymous remailer support, chaining, PGP, MIME, MIME type guessing, message/rfc822 enhanced support, application/pgp support, fully configurable from within the program, delivery status notification (in compliance with ESMTP), and more.

PGP features include: mark on folder menu showing PGP encrypted messages and public key blocks, encryption and signing of outgoing messages, decryption, signature checking, mailing public key blocks, extracting public key blocks from messages. Special feature allows you to have Elm ME+ keep track of your PGP passphrase so you only need to enter it a minimal number of times.

MIME features include: internal handling of MIME encodings and multipart/* messages -- only needs to use metamail with a content-type that Elm doesn't understand, access to individual portions of MIME multipart message via a special menu, "[include" construct when editing message as well as a new easy-to-use "Attachments" menu that lets you add/modify/delete attachments, mime.types support.

Elm's interface is interactive, full-screen. All configuration can be done within the program -- no need to edit external files.

This version of Elm ME+ is officially designated "Elm2.4ME+ PL31 (25)" meaning this enhanced version of Elm is based upon Elm2.4pl25. Thus is has all features present in Elm2.4pl25 plus its enhanced feature set.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1), ncurses3.0, mail-transport-agent
Conflicts:
elm

bulkmail

*download (12 Kb)
Version: 1.6-2 Last modified: Fri Jan 17 13:40:32 1997
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
John Goerzen <jgoerzen@complete.org>
Description:
Speed up delivery of e-mail to large numbers of recipients. This is a C program to do "bulk" mailing. For input, it takes a file of recipient addresses (one address per line) and a message (with headers already attached) to be sent to the recipients. It sorts the recipient list by reversed domain (so similar ones sort together), splits up the recipients into several groups containing no more than N domains each, creates an SMTP envelope for each group of recipients, and feeds that envelope to "/usr/lib/sendmail -bs".

Smartlist already contains a bulkmail style tool!

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.17-1)

procmail-lib

*download (22 Kb)
Version: 950828-1 Last modified: Thu Dec 5 07:07:59 1996
Architecture: all
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
A library of useful procmail recipes. Includes recipes for auto-acknowledgement of incoming mail, recipes which recognize commands in the Subject: header and perform them, recipes to extract addresses, and a 'lint' script for procmail scripts.
Depends:
procmail, perl

mimedecode

*download (7 Kb)
Version: 1.8-1 Last modified: Thu Dec 5 06:59:45 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Karl Sackett <krs@debian.org>
Description:
Decodes transfer encoded text type mime messages. This program performs the decoding of transfer encoded text type mime messages. The message in its entirety is read from stdin. The decoded message is written to stdout; hence, this program behaves as a filter which may be placed wherever convenient.

It is assumed that the message has reached its point of final delivery and at that point 8-bit text types can be handled natively. Hence, the need for transfer-encodings is not present any more.

Only some cases are handled:
- encoded header fields are decoded from QP or B encoding.
- The charset is assumed to be iso-8859-1
- part or subparts of content-type text only are decoded
- all other content-types are passed transparently.

Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.13-1)

mh

*download (1.14 Mb)
Version: 6.8.4-10 Last modified: Wed Nov 27 10:06:01 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
David Morris <bweaver@worf.netins.net>
Description:
A set of electronic mail handling programs. Unlike most mail user agents, MH is not a single program, rather it is a set of program that are run from the shell. This allows the user to utilize the full power of the Unix shell in coordination with MH.
Depends:
elf-x11r6lib, libc5 (>= 5.2.18)

sigrot

*download (6 Kb)
Version: 1.0-2 Last modified: Tue Nov 26 10:04:33 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Patrick J. Edwards <pje120@mail.usask.ca>
Description:
Signature file rotation program. Rotates your signature file every time the sigrot is run. Includes an option for a non-rotating header and footer with a rotating middle.

mhonarc

*download (74 Kb)
Version: 1.2.3-3 Last modified: Sun Nov 24 10:05:04 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Michael Alan Dorman <mdorman@debian.org>
Description:
Mail to HTML converter _MHonArc_ is a Perl program for converting e-mail messages as
specified in RFC 822 and RFC 1521 (_MIME_) to HTML.
Depends:
perl

biff

*download (10 Kb)
Version: 5.31-1 Last modified: Fri Nov 22 08:54:26 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Stephen Pitts <pitts2@memphisonline.com>
Description:
a mail notification tool biff is a small little program that tells you when you get mail. Most standard .bashrc files include 'biff y' at the start to enable notification. The included biff server is notified whenever new mail arrives.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.7-7)

splitdigest

*download (13 Kb)
Version: 2.3-1 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 20:00:42 1996
Architecture: m68k
Maintainer:
Stephen Pitts <pitts2@memphisonline.com>
Description:
Splitdigest is a program that splits mail-digests. It takes a digest from a file specified on the command line or STDIN and writes a mbox-format (Elm, Pine, VM, mailx, etc) folder with the digest. I have it preconfigured for Debian-User and Debian-Changes, but it is easily configured for any type of digest.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.2.18),mail-reader,mail-transport-agent

splitdigest

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Version: 2.3-1 Last modified: Tue Nov 19 19:59:23 1996
Architecture: i386
Maintainer:
Stephen Pitts <pitts2@memphisonline.com>
Description:
Splitdigest is a program that splits mail-digests. It takes a digest from a file specified on the command line or STDIN and writes a mbox-format (Elm, Pine, VM, mailx, etc) folder with the digest. I have it preconfigured for Debian-User and Debian-Changes, but it is easily configured for any type of digest.
Depends:
libc5 (>= 5.4.7-5),mail-reader,mail-transport-agent