On 7/16/99 at 2:21 PM, martin(_at_)list-petersen(_dot_)dk (Martin List-Petersen)
Why doesn't it put the two days of july 16yh 1999 toghether in one
list ????? It does this several times on several dates !!
I see the same behavior, but I assumed it was due to my archival style.
I've got old mail stored in monthly files (like /mlist/year/07.mbox),
and new mail procmailed into buckets (like /mlist/year/07.mbox.new).
Every couple hours a cron job reminds a perl script to check for those
new files, and if found, to feed them to mhonarc with appropriate
arguments. Then it appends new to old, and clears new.
I see the double-date problem crop up only the first time mail is added
to an archive. When I go back later, after another block of new mail
has arrived and been added, sometimes there will be a new set of mail
separated from its day, but the older mail will have been folded into
I'm using 2.3.3 on freebsd, perl 5.004_4. Here's my resource file
<TABLE BORDER="0" CELLSPACING="2" CELLPADDING="1">
<TD COLSPAN="4"><STRONG>$MSGLOCALDATE(CUR;%A, %B %d
<TD ALIGN="center" BGCOLOR="#CCCCCC">In:</TD>
<TD ALIGN=CENTER BGCOLOR="#CCCCCC">Subject</TD>
<TD ALIGN=CENTER BGCOLOR="#CCCCCC">From</TD>
<TD ALIGN=CENTER BGCOLOR="#CCCCCC">Replies</TD>
<TD WIDTH="30" ALIGN=CENTER>$MSGLOCALDATE(CUR;%H:%M)$</TD>
<TD WIDTH="450" ALIGN=LEFT>$SUBJECT$</TD>
<TD WIDTH="150" ALIGN=LEFT>$FROMNAME$</TD>
<TD WIDTH="30" ALIGN=CENTER>$NUMFOLUP$</TD>