On Tue, Aug 17, 2004 at 11:59:10AM -0400, Andy Jacobson wrote:
> >>>>> "Bill" == Bill Moseley <email@example.com> writes:
> Bill> Are you doing this with mail archives or with incoming mail?
> Bill> I've wanted to index my incoming mail for a while, but never
> Bill> have got around to it. I want both a web-based and command
> Bill> line interface for searching messages and the option to tag
> Bill> and drop the search results into a new Maildir folder.
> That's an interesting proposition, but I'm completely satisfied just
> being able to search my archives.
So do you index in a way where you can search like
nnir and (author=andy or email=andyj)
and then see results with context.
> [ASIDE] For the record, if you're dissatisfied with your mail client
> and you're reading this mailing list, you may have the borderline
> masochistic traits required to use gnus. There's really nothing
> like it in terms of raw power and flexibility, including this
> beautiful "nnir" interace to swish-e.
Have you also used mutt?
I read my mail over imap from a number of different places, so
really want a solution that works anywhere. That's why I'm thinking
about a web-based search tool that can write selected results to a new
Maildir -- which then would be available from anyware via imap.
Received on Tue Aug 17 10:00:31 2004