On Sat, 7 Aug 1999, Glen Lee Edwards wrote:
"backup" is intended to be a directory which you must manually create:
I understand that this is a directory.
And it also works as you can see.
[kd1ca(_at_)linux2 backup]$ pwd
[kd1ca(_at_)linux2 backup]$ ls
msg.aB6B msg.WB6B msg.ZB6B msg.BB6B msg.CB6B msg.LB6B msg.TB6B
msg.UB6B msg.-A6B msg.YB6B msg.bB6B msg.RB6B msg.SB6B msg.JB6B
msg.KB6B msg.FB6B msg.PB6B msg.QB6B msg.MB6B msg._A6B msg.IB6B
msg.AB6B msg.VB6B msg.XB6B msg.DB6B msg.cB6B msg.OB6B msg.HB6B
However I still have the errors being displayed.
3 people have given me suggestions thus far. Thank you!
Total Number Folder
----- ------ ------
0 1 ## procmail: Couldn't make link to "/msg.TB6B"
0 1 ## procmail: Couldn't make link to "/msg.VB6B"
0 1 ## procmail: Couldn't make link to "/msg.XB6B"
0 1 ## procmail: Couldn't make link to "/msg.YB6B"
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I still dont understand what is causing these messages.
Again here is how my recepies begin as suggested in man procmailex.
| cd backup && rm -f dummy `ls -t msg.* | sed -e 1,32d`