On Sun, 13 Dec 2009 12:52:56 +0100, Matthieu Lemerre <ra...@free.fr> wrote: > I tried notmuch and I really like it. I like having an emacs email > client, but was proficient with none of them (neither with non-emacs > clients, btw). Notmuch really seems the way to go.
Hi Matthieu, welcome to notmuch! > However, support for deletion is important to me. Here is a first patch > that implements it for the emacs interface. Thanks for the contribution. I'll queue this and review it soon. You'll notice my review-and-merge pattern is very bursty, and I happen to be between bursts at the moment. (Of course, others can review too---I'm much more likely to merge code if it has one or two Reviewed-By comments on the list.) > I also added a command history to notmuch-search. That sounds very nice! I'll steal that for command history for '|' which I've been needing for a while. > Now I'd like to write a command to expunge deleted mails; this shouldn't > be difficult. Having notmuch detect that some mails disappeared and > update the database seems more difficult, though. That part I'll be doing. It's already on my TODO list and very highly prioritized. > PS: I have trouble understanding why space on the last message on a > thread deletes the inbox tag. If you do it, then you mail becomes > untagged and imo quite difficult to search. How is the mail flow > supposed to work? I've discussed previously that I plan to remove this behavior from the function bound to space. Instead, it will require an explicit action to archive a thread, ('a' to archive and advance to the next thread, and 'x' to archive and exit back to the search results). -Carl
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