Hi there, I am testing procmail extensively for Maildir support and I
discovered something that I think is now right, but I may be wrong.
Almost every other software I use (or tried) say postfix, mutt, qmail
and courier-(mta|imap|webmail) stores mail in a very different way than
procmail (procmail being the exception here, not the rule).
Other mailers save their mail to files that looks like this..
and procmails' version would look like this
Any reason why it's done this way? Isn't it easier to use the time
format other that to cook up a random string (Is it actually random?)
Any perceivable side effects, here? Especially for interoperability
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