Thus said Ken Hornstein on Wed, 14 Feb 2018 14:22:56 -0500: > If we scan a Maildir folder, should we be in charge of moving stuff > from new into cur? Maybe? Maybe not? You tell me!
Let's look at what qmail-pop3d does when a client ``scans'' the list of messages: $ find new -type f| wc -l 1 $ find cur -type f| wc -l 1 So, I have one message in Maildir/new and one in Maildir/cur, and if I login to my qmail-pop3d, run LIST, nothing happens to the file on disk, there remains one in Maildir/cur and one in Maildir/new. +OK LIST +OK 1 559 2 563 . However, as soon as I send QUIT to my qmail-pop3d daemon, it moves that message from Maildir/new to Maildir/cur: $ find cur -type f| wc -l 2 $ find new -type f| wc -l 0 Does that mean that MH scan should do the same? Andy -- TAI64 timestamp: 400000005a850851 -- Nmh-workers https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/nmh-workers