[Pluto-help] mutt & C.

Lorenzo Brandi lorbrandi a inwind.it
Mar 20 Mar 2001 00:53:12 CET

Il Mon, Mar 19, 2001 at 11:56:51AM +0100, Stefano scrisse:
> At 11.01 19/03/01 +0100, Michele Beltrame wrote:
> >Ciao!
> >
> >> Avrei perņ bisogno di una breve schiarita di idee: per usare mutt devo installare anche fetcmail e qmail (o sendmail)?
> >
> >Non necessariamente... mutt dispone del supporto POP3 e IMAP per prelevare
> >direttamente la posta.
> Ma sarebbe meglio?
> Inoltre in mutt si possono impostare i filtri per inviare (e conservare) i messeggi in diverse cartelle?
> Se mi rispondeste, "...leggiti i manuali...", avreste ragione. Ora provvedo. Perņ un suggerimento...
> Grazie (a Michele soprattutto)
> Stefano

amente Mutt, facile da configurare e da usare veramente molto versatile.

Viva Mutt, mutt forever (concordo)

Lorenzo Brandi		|e-mail:  lorbrandi a inwind.it
icq: #99377961          |
	Well, he thought, since neither Aristotelian Logic nor the disciplines
of Science seemed to offer much hope, it's time to go beyond them...
	Drawing a few deep even breaths, he entered a mental state practiced
only by Masters of the Universal Way of Zen.  In it his mind floated freely,
able to rummage at will among the bits and pieces of data he had absorbed,
undistracted by any outside disturbances.  Logical structures no longer
inhibited him. Pre-conceptions, prejudices, ordinary human standards vanished.
All things, those previously trivial as well as those once thought important,
became absolutely equal by acquiring an absolute value, revealing relationships
not evident to ordinary vision.  Like beads strung on a string of their own
meaning, each thing pointed to its own common ground of existence, shared by
all.  Finally, each began to melt into each, staying itself while becoming
all others.  And Mind no longer contemplated Problem, but became Problem,
destroying Subject-Object by becoming them.
	Time passed, unheeded.
	Eventually, there was a tentative stirring, then a decisive one, and
Nakamura arose, a smile on his face and the light of laughter in his eyes.
		-- Wayfarer

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