Re: Patch to fix read out of bound when resizing terminal
- John Beckett wrote:
> Christ van Willegen wrote:Thunderbird with "Remove Duplicate Messages" extension will (at your command,
>> The OpenMoko list also suffers from duplicates from GMail's
>> servers once in a while. It appears that this has to do with
>> certain time-outs on GMail's servers being lower than usual,
>> and sometimes mail gets sent twice because an ACK was not
>> received 'in time'.
> I think that must be the problem. I just read today's messages using the web
> interface of my subscribed gmail account. There were no duplicates (that's
> probably conclusive, but OTOH it's conceivable that gmail is smart enough to
> hide the duplicates from the web interface, but to make them available for
> the POP3 download).
> Then I downloaded the messages I had just read with my mail client, and saw
> a bunch of duplicates. I did a Wireshark capture but it's not much use
> because the whole session was TLS encrypted.
> Anyway, it looks like the duplicates are my problem.
not automagically) remove all duplicates, even, in the Sent folder, messages
you've sent and which come back at you through the list.
I hardly ever see any duplicates on the Vim lists -- and I get the messages
from gmail by POP.
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