ignored_mailbox at yahoo.com.au
Tue Dec 26 02:32:32 UTC 2006
>> So, not having heard of using sa-update before, I decided to see what it
>> can do. It does this:
>> Can't locate Archive/Tar.pm in @INC (@INC contains:
>> /usr/lib/perl5/vendor_perl/5.8.8 ... and so on ...
> I just had the same issue with sa-update;
> yum install perl-Archive-Tar
> will fix that.
Thanks for that, one wonders why it wasn't pulled in with
install/updates for spam assassin, in the past, automatically. Also
which sadist decided the the archive name, unneccessarily, needed a few
capital letters. So I've installed it, and we'll see if it makes any
difference to how things work.
> In kmail you can configure that the "this is junk button" exactly
> does. It works great for me.
Unfortunately, I don't use that program. I'm not a KDE fan, on the
whole (including kmail, the last time I tried it). I am using
Evolution, which so far, is the least annoying GUI client on Linux that
I've tried, though it's documentation leaves an awful lot to be desired.
Yes, documentation authors, I can work out what some "check incoming
messages for junk" tick box enables and disables, you don't need to
redescribe *that* in the manual. What I want to know is in what manner
the thing does its job... I want to know things like, does the junk
mail folder automatically clear out old mail, can I manually remove
things from it, and so on... It's scant on useful information.
(Currently testing FC5, but still running FC4, if that's important.)
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