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But anyway, I really doubt procmail will disappear. There is too much infrastructure build around it.
What about smartlist ?
Posted Nov 26, 2010 14:59 UTC (Fri) by n8willis (editor, #43041)
In those last few scenarios, procmail itself doesn't have to disappear in any real sense; rather users will just slowly atrophy and move to competing solutions that don't require jumping through hoops to maintain a robust filtering system. When it's too big of a pain, people would just be using something else. Natural selection.
The procmail users periodically discuss resuming maintainership, but so far no one has. I guess we conclude from that that the pain-point hasn't been reached. But it might still someday.
Posted Nov 29, 2010 16:57 UTC (Mon) by nix (subscriber, #2304)
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