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Re: nnir with notmuch gives error; Possible solution!

From: physiculus
Subject: Re: nnir with notmuch gives error; Possible solution!
Date: Wed, 25 Mar 2020 20:05:46 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.3 (gnu/linux)

Eric Abrahamsen <> writes:

i think i find the problem, but i cannot repair it.
ALL messages with error in gnus contain a combination !2 in the file
This was used on Windows for correct working of imap folders, because :
is forbidden.

if i change !2 in :2 (this assumes gnus, i read), the message is

But how could i change the string inside the filename from !2 to :2 ?
Perhaps with dired, but i dont know how?

Any ideas?


> physiculus <> writes:
>> xuqi <> writes:
>> Hello,
>> thank you and Eric very much for help. I can't help, because i do not fully
>> understand, what goes wrong.
> No, that's perfect! That basically confirms my suspicion that some of
> your message filenames are causing nnmaildir to fail. They're probably
> these:
> /home/held/Maildirnm/karlderletzte/INBOX/cur/1554399542.4634_1560.shinri,U=651:2,S
> /home/held/Maildirnm/karlderletzte/Sent/cur/1554294583.6ad7d1c538e8c734.shinri:2,,U=22:2,S!2,S
> /home/held/Maildirnm/karlderletzte/Sent/cur/1554294638.4676_1518.shinri,U=23!2,S
> /home/held/Maildirnm/karlderletzte/INBOX/cur/1554292397.3889_1547.shinri,U=645:2,RS
> I'll open a bug report and see if anyone else can help. My last question
> for you is: do you think Gnus/nnmaildir made these files, or is there a
> chance that you're just using Gnus to read a maildir installation that
> was created by a different program?
> Eric

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