Re: [bolger] Re: Early Christmas Present
- True. My U.S. centric view blinds me to those of you in other parts of
the world. Shame on me.....
I have run the perl script on a portion of the email messages. I'll explore
that more today. I'm just about finished dividing the messages into folders
But, I'm sure that we could work out the cost if need be. As far as
searching them, there are tools. If you use windows, you can use the windows
search tool. If you run unix, you can use find and grep. On windows you
I'm sure there are more.
The files themselves are about 106MB (without html). Here is a sample of
the first email posted to the group:
From Richard Spelling <richard@...> Wed Jul 14 07:39:38 1999
Mailing-List: contact firstname.lastname@example.org
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by mail.unidial.com (8.8.7/ntr.net 3.0.0) with ESMTP id OAA16255
for <email@example.com>; Wed, 14 Jul 1999 14:38:28 GMT
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 09:35:13 -0500
From: Richard Spelling <richard@...>
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Subject: [bolger] planing schooner
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Gregg, you say on your web page that your schooner "planes", with bursts
to 10 knots... Isn't this a displacement hull? Or do the lines fall into
the semi-displacement category?
BTW, what is the sail area on the thing?
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On 12/17/05, Stefan Probst <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> Well, the globe is large ...
> How would an average user (i.e. no local mailserver running) search a
> bunch of local HTML files, each one containing one mail? (Mhonarc's
> search box relies on a server)
> I'd prefer raw mail files, broken down by year, zipped. That should
> make them fairly small. Can you check how large they would be then? I
> might be able to host them, if there is a need.
> But then there is still the question of copyrights....
> PS: Perl is also available for Windows. I think the script would run
> without problems also on a Windows machine.
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