At 16:57 2001-07-05 -0700, John Merryweather Cooper wrote:
IE 5.x, Netscape, mutt, and Pine-originated messages, I get a "+OK nnnn
octests" (where nnnn is some number) just below the From jmcoopr some-date
line in the messages I receive. This confuses Balsa no end. Manually
deleting the +OK string make Balsa happy, but: 1) I can't figure out why
procmail is appending this string to my inbound messages;
Procmail isn't. Unless you have a recipe doing it.
This is a POP thing - and if you're seeing it in the messages at procmail,
then chances are you're fetching mail with a utility such as fetchmail,
which despite the "mail" suffix, isn't related to procmail in any way.
2) I can't figure out any way to eliminate this string from these
Fix your POP retrieval. I've had fetchmail set up on some ancillary
accounts for several years, and I've never seen this behaviour.
and 3) manually deleting is not practical when I receive several hundred
messages per day.
Fix your POP retrieval.
Sean B. Straw / Professional Software Engineering
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