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'Peephole' is a GNU/Linux server that periodically checks users' mailboxes, and harvests the last few email messages, extracting user-defined regular expressions. Each user defines his mail providers and other settings. Peephole supports various mail protocols, such as POP3, POP3S, and APOP. The project also provides two clients: a GUI (WindowMaker dockapp) that lights up a user-defined icon when Peephole finds an interesting message on the mail server, and a text console client.
DocumentationUser manual available in HTML format from http://peephole.sourceforge.net/readme.html
released on 1 November 2004
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