>> I have been trying for 30 months to set up a simple
>>sendmail/fetchmail/procmail/mutt combination, for use on a home dialup
>> I set up the windows equivalent after reading 5 minutes of
>>text, resuming, I clicked setup in mailwarrior or pegasus or eudora,
>>and entered the name of my smtp and pop server, and that was it.
>> But I don't want to read mail under windows, as I can never
>>trust the binaries. It is essential that the programs be compiled from
>>source code. Which was what I thought linux was all about.
>> I have asked the same question here every 6 months, and have
>>not had a single helpful answer yet :(
>> My system is completely built from source code, and I had to
>>reinstall from scratch various times after sendmail/exim/others fsckd
>>up with my system - a very painful experience , takes about 2 weeks. I
>>now have a tarred base version of my system on CD, so I just do a
>>mke2fs from a rescue floppy and untar my system back again .