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Old 09-14-2003, 02:44 PM   #1
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squirrelmail doesn't see unread messages


I am running an Apache server with Courier-imap and Squirrelmail for remote webmail retreival. Getmail along with Procmail grab the messages and filter them to sub directories of '.maildir'. Procmail is putting new messages in the '.maildir/.submaildir/new' like it should, but once I login with Squirrelmail, the messages contained in 'new' are moved to 'cur' without me even accessing/reading them! Have I missed a setting in the latest version of Squirrelmail somewhere (1.4.1)? I had this same setup months ago before my systems were wiped out from a flood, and it worked like a champ...
 
  


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