On Wed, Jun 01, 2005 at 09:58:40AM +0200, Michael Conry wrote:
> Might be a problem on the remote-server end of things. This page:
>http://dovecot.org/pipermail/dovecot/2004-March/003104.html> gives a brief procmail formula to rewrite the "Status: " header so
> that it won't cause mutt to think the mail has been seen already.
> An alternative solution, and probably a better one, is to use the
> fetchmail switch: "dropstatus", which will strip out any Status:
> headers from the incoming messages. mutt will add in the relevant
> headers later on.
Thanks for that Micheal,
Will give it a go tonight when I get home to the machine.
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