Hi, Let me first say that I am a very happy user of notmuch+emacs. Once the initial setup and configuration was done, usage has been a very pleasant experience. It daily saves me from getting lost in the constant torrent of incoming e-mail, where most need replies or to be forwarded to others to deal with.
One thing that I have not been able to configure is the handling of forwarded messages. Forwarded messages are archived as new messages, not linked to the messages being forwarded. This makes it hard to keep track of which messages I have forwarded (and therefore is in the hands of someone else). I would like the messages to be linked into the same thread. From what I understand, it would be sufficient if notmuch-mua-new-forward-messages (or something further down the call chain) would add the Message-Id of the forwarded message to the References header line of the new message. This is what happens when using reply instead of forward. Manually adding such a references-head before sending seems to have the desired effect of linking them into the same thread. Also, from what I can see, gmail does indeed include such a Refrerences-head when doing forward. Adding to the wishlist; it would be nice if forwarded messages could also be tagged as "forwarded", much like how replied messages are tagged "replied". I guess this could be done via some sort of forward-hook, but I can not find anything like this. /Örjan _______________________________________________ notmuch mailing list firstname.lastname@example.org https://notmuchmail.org/mailman/listinfo/notmuch