Re: Date bug in exmh/mh/sendmail (don't know exactly what)?
In article <199805122207.XAA25599@linda.lfix.co.uk>,
"Oliver Elphick" <email@example.com> writes:
> There's a problem with timezones in the headers of my outgoing mail.
> I use exmh and mh with sendmail.
> As you can probably see from this message, my timezone is showing as +0200,
> whereas it should be +0100 (British Summer Time). The date command is
> working correctly, so it's more likely to be a problem with one of the
> mail programs.
> Does anyone know which package should have a bug filed on it?
It's in mh, I think.
>From the Description for mh;
WARNING: This package is not being actively maintained upstream. It has
known limitations dealing with MIME and other modern mail features. In
general, we recommend you use the largely equivalent nmh package instead of
Switching to nmh does indeed fix the problem.
How strongly should we encourage people to switch to nmh?
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