From: Colm Buckley (colm at domain tuatha.org)
Date: Wed 05 Sep 2001 - 18:44:20 IST
On Wed 05 Sep 2001 17:49, you wrote:
> What was under the line was an email complete with headers which I had cut
> and pasted to send to someone else. This was apparently a Mime message (the
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 ".
A rather elegant solution (for me) was for procmail to pass mails
through a script which added a space to all lines beginning with "From "
(apart from the first line), before sorting it into mbox folders for
KMail to suck.
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