[egonw subdimension com: Bug#69780: balsa does not place inc-ed email in my inbox]

This looks a bit weird to me?

Any ideas?

The user has confirmed that it definitely occurs also with the 0.8.1
rpm (which he installed with alien).

On a related note:

Should I be packaging 0.9.x for debian?  I thought not, since someone
said it had POP instabilities, and I guess that would be a problem for
most debian users.

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----- Forwarded message from Egon Willighagen <egonw@subdimension.com> -----

Subject: Bug#69780: balsa does not place inc-ed email in my inbox
Reply-To: egonw@subdimension.com, 69780@bugs.debian.org
Date: Wed, 23 Aug 2000 11:22:22 +0200
From: Egon Willighagen <egonw@subdimension.com>
To: submit@bugs.debian.org
Cc: egonw@subdimension.com
Delivered-To: submit@bugs.debian.org

Package: balsa
Version: 0.8.1-1

when i check for email (and there is now and then) it downloads the mails
but places them in "~/\ LS@" or "~/\ \\S@" instead of my mailbox, which i
pointed to /home/egonw/mail/inbox.... this worked in a 0.8 version which
was a alienated RPM binary downloaded from the Balsa website...

My workaround is currently: "cd ~; cat \ LS@ >> mail/inbox"

I am using Debian woody, kernel 2.2.15...

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