On 14Jun2019 08:05, Francesco Ariis <fa...@ariis.it> wrote:
   I recently joined a Discourse server and chose "Mailing List
mode" [1] to receive one mail per post.

This is mutt-friendly but alas I cannot seem to find a way to
`subscribe` to Discourse like I would with a normal mailing list
(e.g. `subscribe discou...@haskell.org`).
You will see the reason from this example message header:

   Date: Thu, 13 Jun 2019 14:44:51 +0000
   From: Tom Xyz via Haskell Community <discou...@haskell.org>
   To: fa...@ariis.it
   Subject: [Haskell Community] [Links] Announcing qfw

Are there any mutters who use Discourse? How did you solve/work around
this problem? It is a bit of a pain for me because I have hooks such:

   folder-hook fa-ml 'push <limit>!~l<enter>'

And as now they don't work on discourse messages.

Maybe beef up the limit? Untested:

 folder-hook fa-ml 'push <limit>!~l | ~f discou...@haskell.org<enter>'

Alternatively, if you autofile email you could get the filer to set an X-Label header and then filter on the label in mutt?

Cameron Simpson <c...@cskk.id.au>

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