A little perl script that I made to find file names that are longer than a certain number of characters. When burning CDs, k3b often complains that a file name is longer than 64 characters, but it does not list them.
This script lists all files longer than 64 (or user specified length).
cd to wherever you want it to find files (it does so recursively from the current directory).
Log onto a popserver to see a list of all messages that you have
on there, with sender, subject and size for each message. With an ncurses interface
that easily lets you scroll through them, and optionally deleting messages without
ever downloading them. This can be useful when you've received big mails that you
don't really want to download.
New version 1.5 by Reuben Thomas is now available for download here.
This program is meant to be used via the .qmail files that the qmail
mail system uses to control what to do with incoming emails. This
program will give you the opportunity to control which mails you want
to receive and which are to be thrown away. It does this by checking
if the mail is directly addressed or not, and then checking various
configuration files to see what to do. The two most important files are
.allow and .deny that should reside in your home directory. .allow will
let the addresses defined in it through even if they are not directly
addressed. .deny will deny the addresses defined in it even if they have
mailed you directly. Instructions for usage can be found in the README
Sten Donslund has made a very interesting patch that will be made into a new version later.