Help sought

From: Larry W. Virden <>
Date: Tue, 21 Mar 2000 10:22:08 -0500 (EST)
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I have the following setup.

Email arrives at a particular mailbox that is automated (ie not handled by human, but by software) via mailagent (a perl mail filtering program).

mailagent looks at the mail, stores it into a box and then invokes a comman like :

   /fixed/location/bin/hypermail -m /home/robot/mailarch/general -l "Project News" -d /projects/faw/mail/general;

In the end, what is left is a mailbox containing the messages and a directory of html versions of the messages.

What I would like to be able to find is a program that would allow me to generate a list of the subject lines of (and pathnames or links to) the new HTML files that have been created in the last N days.

The problem is that after hypermail completes, all html files have been touched, so I can't just look at the modification dates on the html files themselves.

Has anyone had to find a solution for such a problem?

Larry W. Virden <>
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Received on Wed 22 Mar 2000 06:04:32 PM GMT

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