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Subject: [TCLUG:15422] Debian fetchmail now quiet

I just upgraded to the latest fetchmail 5.3.3 in Debian frozen, and
suddenly I'm no longer getting anything to stdout when I check mail.
Even with the -v option.  I like to have that feedback so I can watch
the progress of my mail fetches.  Has anyone seen this?  Or, well, _not_
seen this?  (c:



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