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Re: [Nmh-workers] Interesting weirdness

From: Jon Steinhart
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] Interesting weirdness
Date: Mon, 19 Nov 2012 10:08:45 -0800

Ken Hornstein writes:
> >Like usual, Verizon is demonstrating how much they value my patronage.
> >They messed things up again, and their phone help gave me an email
> >address to which I should send information.  That address was bad, so
> >I tried to resend the email to a different address.  I did this the
> >usual way that I resend messages with a typo in the address, which is
> >
> >     comp -form ,draft
> What this means is: "Use the following file as a mh-format file to
> compose a new message" (-form is new with 1.5).  This works fine ...
> as long as there isn't anything in draft that looks like an
> mh-format string in it (specifically, something that contains a %).
> Which this does.
> Are you sure you don't want to use -file instead?
> --Ken

Guess that I've used -form forever and it's never caused problems until
now.  I'll use -file from now on.  Thanks.


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