Why hasn't anyone back-en... (11 Aug 2004)
I don't want my address to be @gmail (and Reply-To isn't good enough). At the moment the server which handles imperialviolet.org email is upset so I don't even have my Reply-To set. But I'm switching to a different server soon and I want a gmail server to install!
Seriously, it's easy, I copied implimented a NULL backend for gmail in about 30 minutes. The list of email is static and nothing actually works but all the data looks like:
D(["t",["fe4e30d37ca51d9",0,0,"7:11am","\<span id=\'email@example.com\'\>Rene Mages\</span\>"," ","Software Patents : Postcard Action", "Hi all, Probably, the EU Software patent Directive should return to the European Parlement during …", ,"","fe4e30d37ca51d9",0]
It's not that tough. Python provides mailbox parsing, IMAP clients etc (if you want).
Unfortuantely, I don't have the time.