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Old 10-17-2003, 05:16 PM   #1
dARkHunTEr
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fetchmail issue


Hi,

I've got an emailaccount which I share with some other people. This means mail may not be removed.
I've set up fetchmail via webmin, and set it to keep the messages on the server. This worked fine...until i checked my email. Every time fetchmail checked the mail, it downloaded the old messages again. You can imagine, if I have 2 emails in the inbox and fetchmail checks my mail every 30 seconds...it will be a absolute mess.

That's why I ask you: do you have a solution for this?
 
  


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