According to Colm Buckley:
> The problem is with the "From " line at the start of most emails.
> KMail is used to parsing mbox-format mailboxes, which delimit mails
> with "\n\nFrom ".
If that's what it's trying to parse, then it's wrong:
Kyle Jones, author of VM, has several times over the last few years attempted
to make the From line more tightly bound, and each time it breaks /someone/'s
And whoever it was that was mentioning the insertion of > to escape stray
"From" lines will find that the above URL mentions that, too.
waider at dspsrv.com / Chances are I'm not at home right now.
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