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ELM mail sizes of mail

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in ELM mail I do a ELM -f and then the folder name there are mail message sizes in like this (20123)

what are the sizes here kb??
bytes
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No, it's lines
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so what i am seeing like
 M 854 Jun 23 Pah, Tracy    (5609) IRaq Solutions Project-MEDIVISUALS.COM '255826182'

the (5609) is what ?

I also have another question


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That messages consists of 5609 lines, including headers.
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