Dear Notmuch folks, I've been using notmuch exclusively (or almost, see below) for the past couple of months and it is absolutely fabulous! It also keeps getting better for me, due for instance to the improved speed from the xapian bug #250 being fixed, and Jesse and Jamie's code for setting Fcc (which is working like a charm for me).
There were still two typical occasions when I needed to resort to logging into Gmail: (a) to look at attachments and (b) to read html mail. Tonight, after some searching, I managed to get my emacs to do (a), and it would be really sweet if I could also do (b) from notmuch in emacs. It's such a basic thing that I'm sure everybody else has it figured out; in fact, I resisted the temptation to be lazy and ask about this for quite some time, but nothing that I tried got me very far. (To be specific, my latest attempt involved w3m, and now when I press 'v' within a message that has a text/html part, I see "Rendering... done" followed by "Fontifying... done", but then nothing.) Ideally, I'd like to be able to see what's hidden behind the "Non-text part: text/html", and if it could happen inline that would be great. I would also entertain the idea of opening an external browser window, if that's the way this has to go. Back in the days when I was using mutt, this could be done by adding something like: in .muttrc: auto_view text/html in .mailcap: text/html; lynx -dump %s ; copiousoutput ; nametemplate=%s.html Is something like this possible in notmuch+emacs? (The alternative is that I get procmail to send all html mail back to sender with a request to resend as plain text, but most of the culprits won't know what I'm talking about.) Best, Alex -- Alex Ghitza -- Lecturer in Mathematics -- The University of Melbourne -- Australia -- http://www.ms.unimelb.edu.au/~aghitza/ _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list email@example.com http://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch