If you already have some mail in your maildir and you have set procmail filters, then it is difficult to apply the procmail filter, right? Not so, you just need to go to the Inbox directory and then execute the command.
for i in *; do cat $i|procmail; rm -f "$i"; done
This will pass all of your e-mail through procmail again and then your filters will get applied. Mails will go to their appropriate directory and you will be one happy man, I hope.
If you are experiencing slow ssh connections, then possibly your system is trying to do reverse lookup of the IP address. If that is the case, then you can add the below to “hosts” line in /etc/nsswitch.conf file.
The other cause for slow connections can be GSSAPI authentication. If that is the case, then the simplest solution is to add the following in your “~/.ssh/config” file: