Just fixed a problem I'd been having with mutt displaying false attributes
for mail spools (i.e. continuing to mark them as containing new mail when in
fact all mail had been read).
The problem was fixed by recompiling mutt with "--enable-buffy-size", which
uses the file size to tell if the mail spool has been modified rather than
using the last access time of the spool (which appears to be the default).
Now to see if I've also fixed the charset problem I was having :)
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us to the terminal".
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