Hope you're feeling better, Scott! I've checked out the new server more thoroughly now and the only issue I still see, which I assume is temporary, is that alpine Inbox has 0 messages -- is this indeed expected?
Procmail and alpine are otherwise behaving well, thank you.
Hi gie! Yes, feeling much better -- still under the weather, but on the mend. Thanks for the concern.
If you type "alpine_help.sh" on the new shell server, it will give you some line items you can add to your .pinerc. The new way to access email from the new shell server is via secure IMAP. However, you can still keep your folders in your home directory under ~/mail if you'd like, that is the default behavior.
So to see your inbox, run that command, and set the inbox-path (but not the folder-collections). If you convert your folders to IMAP, you'll have to point your procmail recipes to use the new mailboxes, as well as set the folder-collections to the new location. If you have a lot of mail folders, that might not be optimal, but if we ever move to a spiffier type of mail spool, having everying in IMAP will (hopefully) keep things neat and tidy.
There's more information about moving mailboxes to IMAP here: https://wiki.sonic.net/wiki/Shell_Access#How_do_I_manage_email_on_the_new_shell_server.3F
Finally, if in doubt, be sure and back up your mail. We certainly don't want folks losing anything!
Hope this helps...