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Corrupted Mailboxes On Unix

I m experiencing problem in my mailbox on unix platform

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If you are using the mail program Pine and are told that your Inbox is corrupted, you may have a corrupted mailbox. You can do the following for the various Unix systems.

  1. Log in to your Glue account.
  2. At the prompt type: fixmail and press enter.
This should fix the problem

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