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Re: NetBSD mail client
In article <20278.38451.7795.842762%gargle.gargle.HOWL@localhost>,
Brook Milligan <brook%biology.nmsu.edu@localhost> wrote:
>I have to manage thousands of email messages in my inbox and am
>looking for a mail client that will handle this well. Every one I
>have tried so far maintains the messages in mbox format, which leads
>to massively large files even when split apart into various folders.
>I think it would be better if the messages were managed by the client
>in maildir format instead so that each message is a single file.
I suggest mail/mutt-devel. Make sure to enable the hcache option when
compiling it; this adds a patch to cache the headers from a mailbox,
making it much faster to start and switch folders.
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