From: Stephen Shirley (diamond at domain csn.ul.ie)
Date: Tue 07 Sep 1999 - 17:23:27 IST
Yep - that sloved it for me anyway.
Thanks, that's been bothering me a while.
On Tue, 07 Sep 1999, you wrote:
> Niall Richard Murphy spoke thusly:
> > >* OK gpo1.mail.iol.ie IMAP4rev1 v12.250 server ready
> > >Dunno which one this is. Nick, Garrett? Care to elaborate?
> >Basically if your mail system says leave it there then leave it there.
> the original question was how to get rid of the message. the message
> only occurred when he used pine. obviously the message is being
> generated by the imap daemon - the message says that. the *reason*
> why it's being generated is because he has pine configured to get his
> mail via imap.
> look at your pine config and have it get your mail from the local mail
> spool and not from the imap/pop server. i don't use pine, so you're on
> your own on how to accomplish that, but once pine starts looking at the
> mail spool directly the message shouldn't reappear.
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-- Time. Time seems... strange
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