Thu, 5 May 2005 21:05:11 +0200
Paul Boekholt schrieb am Wed 04. May, 11:44 (+0200) :
> Joerg, can you set the content-type of your multipart messages to text/plain?
> Digesting loses the message's content-type header, so your mail becomes rather
> hard to read.
The first part is already text/plain. The second part is my PGP
signature. How do you read digests? Is this the reason your messages
missing a References header?
> In the "Debian Policy Manual - Customized programs" it says:
> All Debian MUAs, MTAs, MDAs and other mailbox accessing programs (such
> as IMAP daemons) must lock the mailbox in an NFS-safe way. This means that
> fcntl() locking must be combined with dot locking. To avoid deadlocks, a
> program should use fcntl() first and dot locking after this, or alternatively
> implement the two locking methods in a non blocking way. Using the
> functions maillock and mailunlock provided by the liblockfile* packages
> is the recommended way to realize this.
I think we should remove rmail or move it to doc/contrib. Currently
rmail.sl doesn't work, because getmail is missing and nobody cares about
it. Or is someone interested in making it work?
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