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smail gone made

Yesterday I upgraded some packages, including smail.  Coming in this morning, 
there was no new mail, which is more than a little odd.  Apparently smail was 
no longer running; trying to stop the daemon failed. I restarted it, and mail 
begain appearing.  But Every message is accompanied by an error message like 

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 /usr/local/mh/lib/slocal ... failed: transport file: failed to open output 
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what in the world is a reference to  /usr/local/mh/lib/slocal doing in the 

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