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|Originally Published: Wednesday, 20 June 2001||Author: Tuneup Staff|
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Sometimes, for various reasons (e.g. POP3 accidents), you might end up with a mailbox full of duplicate messages. To remove the extras, you can use a handy procmail utility named
You can adjust the 10000 number to limit the number of unique Message IDs stored in>...