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Moving mailboxes between systems

On Wednesday 29 June 2005 4:20 pm, David Hummel wrote:

> If the source machine has a POP or IMAP server running, this is exactly
> what fetchmail is for.
This would certainly work, but I am talking about doing this infrequently, 
and I would only want to fire up the POP server for a one time shot. And on 
the receiver side, fetchmail is a viable method because it hands off to the 
MTA for delivery and it in turn invokes the MDA, which will filter the 
Jerry Feldman <gaf at>
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