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I am looking for an LTO tape library. Do you have one to spare?
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Sat, 15 Nov 2003
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nail mail  Deleted files touched by this commit BSD mail utility with MIME extensions
Update to 10.6.  Notable bug fixes and changes in this release:

* A nested MIME multipart message with a sub-part piped through an external
  program (such as HTML with w3m) caused nail to abort after SIGPIPE if the
  PAGER command terminated before reading the whole message.
* A 'next' command following a 'hold' command displays the next message
  after the one the 'hold' applies to (Bugreport by Mike Sipser). This
  might not be exactly what POSIX specifies, but it makes sense and is
  consistent with traditional behavior. If you actually favor 'next'
  not to advance after 'hold', contact me and I'll add a configuration
  option for this.
* If the value of the 'record' variable started with an environment
  variable reference such as '$HOME' or with a tilde and the 'outfolder'
  variable was set, it was not expanded correctly (Bugreport by Volker
  Kuhlmann).

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