This is a controllable option in 'zmailer.conf' that is a command line parameter to scheduler (option: SCHEDULEROPTIONS). If it has flag -H then it should only create a single set of subdirectories, while flag '-HH' will create the double-set of subdirectories you are seeing. Unless 2.99.55 has a new bug related to a single -H then it should just be a matter of change '-HH' to '-H' in zmailer.conf.
A couple of days ago, I'd written about a problem I'd had with the scheduler
doing way too much disk i/o. I notice that when I run post-install after
"make install" with 2.99.55, it creates far more directories than the 2.99.52
which is currently installed on a test computer. 2.99.55 creates 1352
directories in the $POSTOFFICE/queue and $POSTOFFICE/transport directories.
Is this normal? The 2.99.52 version creates both of these directories with
the letters A through Z as subs. The 2.99.55 creates the A through Z subs,
but each of these subs also has A through Z subs.
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