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Help!

I seem to be getting many duplicate messages from debian-user...
some are actually triplicates.  In case it helps, here's one
including all the headers.

Mike
(Please make it stop, daddy!)


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>From ironfoot Wed Jul  8 19:27:07 1998
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Subject: cannot get smail to install
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I am trying to install and setup smail with a debian package but it will 
not install. I think I tried this a month or so ago and it did not work. 
I think it partially had gotten installed but not configured. When I try 
and install the package it tries to remove the last attempt I made at 
installing smail, but it fails everytime. Is there a way to force the 
debian package to install regardless of what it thinks I have tried to do 
in the past?

Thanks,
Keith
nfn11988@naples.net

You only get one chance at life, but if you do it right, you only need one.

			http://www.naples.net/~nfn11988



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