>On September 4, 2001 at 12:58, pegmgr(_at_)peg(_dot_)com wrote:
>> MHonArc has a tendency to take some of our files and split them into
>> two entries.
>> We always, always, always either give MHonArc a directory entry in which
>> every file is a single message or give it a file name which is a single
>> message or send a single message through stdin.
>I would be that the only time you get a split is when you specify
>a filename containing the single message. Technically, MHonArc is
>in mailbox parsing mode when you do this, so MSGSEP resource takes
>affect. If the FAQ answers cannot prevent the split, you can always
>pipe the file to MHonArc so it treats it as a single message, which
>you state you already do in some cases. Example:
I'm using MHonArc 2.4.9 .
When MHonArc receive a file through stdin and the body contains a line
beginning with a "." MHonArc 2.4.9 always breaks it into two messages.
When From_ is not the first line of a file, MHonArc breaks it into
If MHonArc sees a "Regards:" line in the body of a message it will
start a new line.
> shell> mhonarc -add < file
>Will using this technique be a problem with how you have things set up?
>If you get a message split from a message when MHonArc is reading
>a directory or reading from stdin, please send me the message zipped
>up since this should not happend. Also, please provide the command-line