On 09 Feb 2004, at 08:40, David W. Tamkin wrote:
Dallman's pretty much said what I was thinking. Instead of
concatenating the lot and trying to get formail -des to guess where
one file ended and the next began, let formail know where the
And -a Date: won't help; just let formail generate a From_ line with
the current date and time.
Current date and time is not acceptable. Some of this email goes back
By default, formail will make sure there are From_ headers and
trailing blank lines and will escape any occurrences of ^From( ) in
I think the best way to deal with this is to actually install nmh and
use it's builtin packf script. More trouble than I really wanted to go
to, but in this case it appears to be the only workable option.
Thanks for the suggestions from all though, gave me a lot to read
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