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Find personal messages in an encrypted Usenet shared mailbox.
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aam2mail - A utility for extracting anonymous email from a shared mailbox aam2mail is a Posix utility, written in Python. Use it to retrieve encrypted, anonymized messages from the Usenet newsgroup alt.anonymous.messages. It searches the Newsgroup for messages with a matching Subject that can be plain-text, esub or hsub encoded. When a hit is found, the message is retrieved and stored in either Maildir or mbox format for processing with a standard mail client. The utility does not perform PGP decryption of messages. This function is left to the MUA of choice (Mutt is highly recommended). aam2mail can be run as a console utility or as a standalone Daemon. The later is strongly recommended (after brief testing). In either mode, messages and errors are written to logfiles aam2mail.log and aam2mail.err. This is beta software and may occasionally crash. Please provide feedback, including Traceback details if available. Your efforts will help improve future releases of the application. Please see the CHANGES file for details of updates between releases. If you'd like to get involved in development activities, the repository, containing development versions, can be found at: https://github.com/crooks/aam2mail This application is released under the GPL license. Please see the included LICENSE file for Terms & Conditions of its usage. Copyright (C) 2012 Steve Crook <email@example.com>