re: pop client to fetch to bsd mailfile?

Mark Crispin <MRC@panda.com> Mon, 24 October 1994 21:08 UTC

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Subject: re: pop client to fetch to bsd mailfile?
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On Mon, 24 Oct 1994 12:11:43 -0400 (EDT), Derrick J. Brashear wrote:
> Has anyone written/is anyone familiar with a POP client which would
> allow one to fetch mail from a POP box into a local BSD mail spool file?
> The closest client I'm familiar with is movemail, and it could probably
> be hacked to do so, but if someone's already done this, I don't want to
> do it again.

My mbxcvt tool is capable of doing this, although it's probably not what you
really want.