On Sat, 7 May 2005, Liam Bedford wrote:
> You've reminded me. My UML box at bytemark had / mounted noatime.
> Mutt couldn't figure out what was going on with my mail at all at
> all. It kept telling me there was new mail in every folder. So mutt
> uses atime.
Odd, why can't it use mtime?
Mutt should know when it's updated a mail (eg to unset a 'NEW' flag
when you read a mail) and be able to maintain its own 'my-mtime', so
if it notices the file mtime change from its internal 'my-mtime' ->
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