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Description of problem:
When I add "set copy=yes" to my muttrc, the default Fcc folder is adding "=/<username>" instead of
"=<username>" (it's adding a "/" after the equal sign).
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Add "set copy=yes" to muttrc
2. Send a message to yourself
3. Look at the Fcc entry.
The Fcc entry is "=/<username>"
The Fcc entry should have been "=<username>"
Can you post more from your .muttrc?
Relevant variables are save_name, record, force_name and command fcc-hook.
It seems to be the combo of imap and force_name. I've narrowed it down to a .muttrc containing just:
Without the imap stuff it works fine, with it it adds the "/".
Ok, thanks. This was fixed upstream in mutt-1.5.3, the patch is in
List of patches present on mutt-1.5.20-6.20091214hg736b6a.el6:
Recovering from unwanted changes caused by a badly chosen bug number choice.