Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread Bill Wohler
Harlan Stenn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a folder with more than 10k messages in it. Scan now displays these messages as ?nnn, where nnn is really digits. What do I need to hack to allow for a wider field? Copy /etc/nmh/scan.default into your Mail directory and s/%4(msg)/%5(msg)/.

Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread Ralph Corderoy
Hi Harlan, I have a folder with more than 10k messages in it. Scan now displays these messages as ?nnn, where nnn is really digits. What do I need to hack to allow for a wider field? See scan's -form and -format options, and mh-format(5). In particular, copy the existing format file used

Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread Jerry Peek
On 02/18/03 04:14 PM, Harlan Stenn wrote: I have a folder with more than 10k messages in it. Scan now displays these messages as ?nnn, where nnn is really digits. What do I need to hack to allow for a wider field? You need to modify your scan format file -- or, if you don't have one of your

Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread Chris Dean
You can change whatever format file you're using. I use scan.timely and have modified the it to make the msg number 5 wide. Like this: %5(msg)%(cur)+%| %%{replied}-%?{encrypted}E%| %\ ... I wouldn't call this a bug, but more of a surprising feature ;-. Regards, Chris Dean Harlan

Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread J C Lawrence
On Tue, 18 Feb 2003 18:14:46 -0500 (EST) Harlan Stenn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a folder with more than 10k messages in it. Scan now displays these messages as ?nnn, where nnn is really digits. What do I need to hack to allow for a wider field? Edit your scancomps file. -- J C

Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread Oliver Kiddle
On 18 Feb, you wrote: I have a folder with more than 10k messages in it. Scan now displays these messages as ?nnn, where nnn is really digits. What do I need to hack to allow for a wider field? In /usr/local/etc/nmh/scan.default or wherever your nmh installation has put scan.default,

Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread Peter S Galbraith
Harlan Stenn [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have a folder with more than 10k messages in it. Scan now displays these messages as ?nnn, where nnn is really digits. What do I need to hack to allow for a wider field? That would be the format file (e.g. /etc/nmh/scan.default on Debian systems).

Re: Scan of folders with 10k+ messages?

2003-02-21 Thread Ralph Corderoy
Hi, I see we all chipped in to help Harlan, probably thinking no one else had yet. Is there any chance the mailing list can turnaround posts a little more quickly? $ s -nos lp | g '^Date' Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 10:48:49 -0800 Date: Thu, 20 Feb 2003 13:55:18 -0500 Date: Thu, 20