On September 5, 1999 at 13:49, Jeff Breidenbach wrote: > Paul, see how attachments end up in subdirectories, for example > http:[EMAIL PROTECTED]/msg00459.html > The default rcfile puts attachments in a subdirectory, with a .dir > extension. You are probably overriding the MIMEArgs directive, or > perhaps .html attachments are treated differently.
I think the problem is a change in mhexternal.pl of MHonArc in the naming of attachment subdirectories. It appears I did not mention it in CHANGES, but here is the SCCS delta comment on it: D 2.7 99/06/25 13:59:18+05:00 [EMAIL PROTECTED] 22 21 3/3/228 P /home/ehood/work/perl/MHonArc/lib/mhexternal.pl C Removed addition of ".dir" to subdir. According to the date, it was applicable for v2.4.0 or v2.4.1. I cannot remember the exact reason for the change, but some user had problems with the ".dir" so I figured no harm (ha ha) would occur if I removed the ".dir". I do not know how htdig works, but can it index specified list of file types (eg: .html, .txt), or can you specify a regex/glob mask (or match) to control indexing? --ewh