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Date 2011-05-05.14:28:17
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On Thu,  5 May 2011 13:42:29 +0200, R. David Murray wrote:
> what does mutt do in the case you are talking about?

    16 -rwxr-s---  1 steffen  mail  14832 23 Jan 19:13 usr/bin/mutt_bitlock
    set bitlock_program="~/usr/bin/mutt_bitlock -p"

I see.  Unfortunately the world is not even almost perfect.
So should f?truncate(2) be used if the resulting file is empty?

> what does mutt do in the case you are talking about?

Otherwise there is only one solution: a mailbox-is-readonly policy
has to be introduced.
That will surely drive users insane which see that they in fact
have write access to the file.
Python has got bad cards.
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