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This package consists of a set of small tools, which collect mail addresses from several sources and offer these addresses to the mutt external query feature. At the moment the following modules are supported:
- m_finger (uses the finger(1) command)
- m_inmail (scans incoming mail for addresses)
- m_passwd (searches /etc/passwd)
- m_yppasswd (searches the YP password database)
- m_nispasswd (searches the NIS password database)
- m_getent (searches the configured password database)
- m_pgp2, m_pgp5, m_gpg (searches your PGP or GnuPG keyrings)
- m_fido (searches the Fidonet nodelist)
- m_abook (uses the address book application abook(1))
- m_addr_email (uses addr-email from the addressbook Tk program)
- m_muttalias (searches your Mutt mail aliases)
- m_pine (searches your Pine addressbook files)
- m_wanderlust (search the WanderLust alias database)
- m_palm (uses your Palm database; needs libpalm-perl package)
- m_gnomecard (uses GnomeCard database files)
- m_bbdb (search your BBDB (big brother database))
- m_ldap (query some LDAP server)
- m_evolution (search in the Evolution addressbook)
- m_vcf (search in vcard files using libvformat)
Associated Programs
libnet-ldap-perl client interface to LDAP servers
Mutt text-based mailreader supporting MIME, GPG, PGP and threading
Perl Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and Report Language
procmail Versatile e-mail processor
Available deb Repositories (how-to add a respository)
Debian 32-bit 64-bit
stable 0.37 0.37
testing 0.38 0.38
sid 0.38 0.38

Ubuntu 32-bit 64-bit
lucid 0.36build1 0.36build1
precise 0.38 0.38

Available rpm Repositories
OpenSUSE 32-bit 64-bit
10.1 0.30-11 0.30-11
11.0 0.35.1-47.1 0.35.1-47.1

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