From the muttrc manual page:

Mutt understands either two or four digit year specifications.  When
given a two-digit year, mutt will interpret values less than 70 as
lying in the 21st century (i.e., "38" means 2038 and not 1938,
and "00" is interpreted as 2000), and values
greater than or equal to 70 as lying in the 20th century.

Note that this behaviour _is_ Y2K compliant, but that mutt
_does_ have a Y2.07K problem.

-- IlguizLatypov - 04 Apr 2007

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