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Re: Mutt notifies unread messages after sync

Re: Mutt notifies unread messages after sync

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To: offlineimap@xxxxxxxxxxxx
Subject: Re: Mutt notifies unread messages after sync
From: Matthias Hensler <matthias@xxxxxxxx>
Date: Sun, 21 Jul 2002 14:39:50 +0200
Reply-to: Matthias Hensler <matthias@xxxxxxxx>

On Sat, Jul 20, 2002 at 07:37:18PM -0400, Martijn Pieters wrote:
> > So my question: how to prevent mutt to notifiy me about this, or to
> > tell offlineimap to put message with the "seen"-Flag set into the
> > "cur"-directory?
> It is a bug in Mutt, for which a patch is available. According to my
> understanding of the maildir format, offlineimap is correct in placing
> the message in the /new directory. See the bug report in the Mutt BTS:

Thanks so far. I patched my mutt and the problem has gone away.
Anyway, I am still not sure what the right way is, the
maildir-specification are not clear about that. In fact my wmbiff has
the same problem too. I have read that John wants to check this with the
maildir-maintainer, are there any news about this?

> If you are running Debian unstable, the patch is to be applied to the
> next release of the Mutt package (it was supposed to have gone in
> already, but the maintainer forgot). See:

No, running RedHat here. If anyone needs a patched mutt too, he should
look at which
contains the patch, as well the header-cache patch (which is pretty
useful for large maildirs).

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