If you’ve been following the conversation here (or over on HawkWings), you’ll note that one of my biggest concerns with having all my mail *in* Mailsmith was that I couldn’t easily get it all *out*, especially not while preserving the hierarchy of messages. That’s no longer a concern, thanks to a little bit of AppleScript mojo, a few hours of “free” time, and the seeds planted by BareBones flat-export script.
Archive for August, 2006
My big problem is that, as far as I can tell, there is no way to automatically migrate all of my mail out of Mailsmith while preserving the hierarchy of 1400 mailboxes that exists…. The import is taking a while, as one would expect, and hopefully I’ll have an answer to that particular question soon.But I ask you: knowing what you know, is Mail.app the right choice for me?
After all, it was 15 years ago yesterday that Tim Berners-Lee posted this to usenet:The WWW project merges the techniques of information retrieval and hypertext to make an easy but powerful global information system…. It aims to allow information sharing within internationally dispersed teams, and the dissemination of information by support groups.
oh, well, of course we noticed the people who slammed on their brakes when they hit a bridge, which is what made us decide to head home and heed the mayor’s warning.Well, this morning, I got this e-mail from our town of Durham, New Hampshire:Because of the high heat index today, we have made arrangements toutilize the air conditioned meeting room at the Durham Town Office as acooling off location for individuals who perhaps do not have airconditioning at home or are in need of a break from the heat…. Ifyou or someone you know is in need of a cool location in order to findrespite from the heat, please stop by the Durham Town Office located at15 Newmarket Road, Durham, NH.