Thanks once again for coming forward to
help me with the copying of messages in at the smtp
gateway, using synonym or postfix configuration
I hav a few more things to ask u guys :
1) How can i use MySQL in a shell script? I wanna
enter some values in some tables in MySQl through the
shell prompt only. I need to enter these values, at
the shell prompt, using the username and password,
without entering the sql prompt explicitly, is this
possible? is there any one line command like e.g in
ncftp, where i can specify the username, password, the
values etc, all in the smae command line?
2)CAn u guys specify me some place where i can find
some detailed info on Synonym and its working,?? the
documentation on its homepage is pathetic for a new
user like me.
3)Is there any method, on Linux, with which i can
index a text or mail message on the basis of keywords?
actually i think, indexing email messages on basis of
keywords would be a very helpful feature to use at the
time of retrieval and so i want to include it in my
solution, although i have tested MAIRIX, but all it
does is, take an mbox, index it and create a data base
file, and when u ask it to search, it gives out the
messages which contain the keyword used as a basis of
4)How do u people know so much about so many things?
CAn u describe ur strategy , where u get all this info
and how do u remember it for extended periods of time?
So, many questions in one mail, i fear, someone of u
will surely flame out on me, but please try to
understand, i myself am taking my first steps into
this wonderful world of Unix/Linux and am finding out
a lot o new things, just recently i read
Maurice.J.Bach about Unix internals and i wanna start
on Linux kernel now, and i hope in a few months, i
will also be helping some of the guys her in my own
small way. Wish me good luck fr my endeavors.
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