On Wed, Oct 16, 2002 at 05:25:20PM -0400, Clint Adams wrote: > > I'm in the process of becoming a Debian developer so that I can maintain my > > own package and several others (I've been using Debian for a couple of years > > and feel it's time to get off my butt and contribute back). Unfortunately, > > this means that an "official" bmf package is probably a couple months off. > > You can get my (admittedly lame) attempt at a .deb here: > > I gave it a shot, but it keeps insisting that all the messages I throw at it > do not "look like an mbox message". If you're using the mbox format, I would appreciate a more detailed bug report in private mail (does the file begin with "From "?) However, I suspect that you're using maildir, in which case you should use the -m parameter. -- A design for digital copy protection is like a design for a perpetual motion machine: It may be interesting to look at, but you know from the start it is impossible to build.
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