Pop3 River? Mail River? MailList River


(medcl.net) #1

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing a river for receiving mails(or maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,the river will be useful if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody have the same idea,or any thoughts about this river?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(David Pilato) #2

Nice idea.
Something like gmail does...

Sounds good...

When done, you can use percolator to identify mails with keywords or aughors and send alerts to new email address while indexing. Makes sense ?

David :wink:
@dadoonet

Le 17 nov. 2011 à 03:28, medcl2000@gmail.com a écrit :

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing a river for receiving mails(or maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,the river will be useful if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody have the same idea,or any thoughts about this river?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(medcl.net) #3

hi, David ,

make sense deadly~
that’s it,
percolator can be used to aggregate the mails,
i can store the unread mails’s id in another type like ”unread” with the Parent-Child magic to relate the parent-type “mail”,
after reading the mail,just delete the id in “unread”,

though another box act as ES-Server is needed.

From: David Pilato
Sent: Thursday, November 17, 2011 10:43 AM
To: elasticsearch@googlegroups.com
Subject: Re: Pop3 River? Mail River? MailList River

Nice idea.
Something like gmail does...

Sounds good...

When done, you can use percolator to identify mails with keywords or aughors and send alerts to new email address while indexing. Makes sense ?

David :wink:
@dadoonet

Le 17 nov. 2011 à 03:28, medcl2000@gmail.com a écrit :

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing a river for receiving mails(or maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,the river will be useful if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody have the same idea,or any thoughts about this river?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(Warner Onstine) #4

This reminds me of Zoe, which was a unique email client (at the time -
2004, waaaay before Gmail).

http://kylecordes.com/2004/zoe-review

It used lucene under the covers to index all of your email and make it
searchable.

-warner

2011/11/16 medcl2000@gmail.com:

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing a river for receiving mails(or
maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,the river will be useful
if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more
fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody have
the same idea,or any thoughts about this river?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(nic.barthelemy) #5

I'm working on an IMAP river to do exactly this. I have the basics
working.

I'll open-source a it once complete.

First I need to wade my way out of maven hell.

On Nov 16, 7:47 pm, Warner Onstine warn...@gmail.com wrote:

This reminds me of Zoe, which was a unique email client (at the time -
2004, waaaay before Gmail).

http://kylecordes.com/2004/zoe-review

It used lucene under the covers to index all of your email and make it
searchable.

-warner

2011/11/16 medcl2...@gmail.com:

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing ariverfor receiving mails(or
maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,theriverwill be useful
if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more
fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody have
the same idea,or any thoughts about thisriver?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(David Pilato) #6

You can have a look here :

HTH
David :wink:
@dadoonet

Le 7 déc. 2011 à 07:27, "nic.barthelemy" nic.barthelemy@gmail.com a écrit :

I'm working on an IMAP river to do exactly this. I have the basics
working.

I'll open-source a it once complete.

First I need to wade my way out of maven hell.

On Nov 16, 7:47 pm, Warner Onstine warn...@gmail.com wrote:

This reminds me of Zoe, which was a unique email client (at the time -
2004, waaaay before Gmail).

http://kylecordes.com/2004/zoe-review

It used lucene under the covers to index all of your email and make it
searchable.

-warner

2011/11/16 medcl2...@gmail.com:

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing ariverfor receiving mails(or
maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,theriverwill be useful
if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more
fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody have
the same idea,or any thoughts about thisriver?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(medcl.net) #7

great work, david .

-----Original Message-----
From: David Pilato
Sent: Wednesday, December 07, 2011 2:53 PM
To: elasticsearch@googlegroups.com
Subject: Re: Pop3 River? Mail River? MailList River

You can have a look here :

HTH
David :wink:
@dadoonet

Le 7 déc. 2011 à 07:27, "nic.barthelemy" nic.barthelemy@gmail.com a
écrit :

I'm working on an IMAP river to do exactly this. I have the basics
working.

I'll open-source a it once complete.

First I need to wade my way out of maven hell.

On Nov 16, 7:47 pm, Warner Onstine warn...@gmail.com wrote:

This reminds me of Zoe, which was a unique email client (at the time -
2004, waaaay before Gmail).

http://kylecordes.com/2004/zoe-review

It used lucene under the covers to index all of your email and make it
searchable.

-warner

2011/11/16 medcl2...@gmail.com:

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing ariverfor receiving mails(or
maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,theriverwill be
useful
if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and
more
fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody
have
the same idea,or any thoughts about thisriver?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(tullio0106) #8

Is the river ready ?
Would You share it ?
Tks
Tullio

Il giorno giovedì 17 novembre 2011 03:28:00 UTC+1, Medcl ha scritto:

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing a river for receiving mails(or
maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,the river will be useful
if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more
fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody
have the same idea,or any thoughts about this river?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
github@medcl
http://log.medcl.net


(Hendrik) #9

IMAP/POP3 river now
available https://groups.google.com/forum/?fromgroups#!searchin/elasticsearch/imap/elasticsearch/IJrjLbuE7fQ/D-1MAeS7DbsJ
https://github.com/salyh/elasticsearch-river-imap

Am Donnerstag, 28. Juni 2012 14:52:37 UTC+2 schrieb tullio0106:

Is the river ready ?
Would You share it ?
Tks
Tullio

Il giorno giovedì 17 novembre 2011 03:28:00 UTC+1, Medcl ha scritto:

hey,guys

I just have an idea of implementing a river for receiving mails(or
maillists),it should support pop3 or imap basicly ,the river will be useful
if you have lots of mail like me and the mail-client becomes more and more
fat,especially when searching for something,just like nightmare,anybody
have the same idea,or any thoughts about this river?,welcome to share.

yours sincerely,
git...@medcl <javascript:>
http://log.medcl.net

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