Re: getting hypermail work

From: Craig A Summerhill <>
Date: Wed, 14 Jul 1999 16:59:36 -0400 (EDT)
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On Sun, 11 Jul 1999, Gary Long <> wrote:
> I am having some difficulty getting hypermail to work on my unix system.
> I ran:
> hypermail -m "/home/gmlong/" -d "/home/gmlong/html/"
> where /home/gmlong/ is a directory that contains mbox and
> /home/gmlong/html is a directory that I want the html files to be stored
> in. I successfully created the html files, but I can't get email messages
> that I send to that mail box to come up in the index. Did I do something
> wrong?

I wasn't aware the argument for the '-m' flag could be a directory. I was under the impression it needed to be a file. I'd try:

   hypermail -m "/home/gmlong/mbox" -d "/home/gmlong/html/"


   Craig A. Summerhill, Systems Coordinator and Program Officer
   Coalition for Networked Information
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Received on Thu 15 Jul 1999 03:29:02 PM GMT

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