another test

2001-06-14 Thread Greg McCarroll


this is the final test

-- 
Greg McCarrollhttp://217.34.97.146/~gem/



Re: another test

2001-06-14 Thread Lucy McWilliam


On Thu, 14 Jun 2001, Greg McCarroll wrote:

 this is the final test

No wonder you're number 1 in the posting league.


L.
I've got a touch of the singles.  Shingles?  No, singles.




Test of sorts

2001-06-12 Thread Jonathan Stowe

Since I've changed my mail setup I've had a bit of a problem with resending
the bounced mails - hopefully this will prove that I fixed it :)

You shouldnt be seeing any spurious [EMAIL PROTECTED] From: headers in this
...


/J\
-- 
Jonathan Stowe 
Analyst/Programmer 
Netscalibur UK
Tel: 0870 887 8841 - Fax: 0870 887 8867
http://www.netscalibur.co.uk


-- 
Email disclaimer: This can be viewed at
http://www.netscalibur.co.uk/email.html 







test

2001-05-17 Thread Greg McCarroll


just a test

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Re: test

2001-05-17 Thread Philip Newton

Greg McCarroll wrote:
 just a test

Sorry, didn't arrive in Germany. You have some kind of UK only filter on
these things?

Please sent it again, with the filter turned off.

Cheers,
Philip (feeling testy)
-- 
Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED]
All opinions are my own, not my employer's.
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.



Re: Test

2001-04-06 Thread Dominic Mitchell

On Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 03:57:08PM -0700, Paul Makepeace wrote:
 On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 02:40:03PM +0100, Dominic Mitchell wrote:
  Anyway, tip-o-the-day for mutt users.  How to get HTML viewed easily and
  automatically.  I'm not 100% sure of the security aspects, but it's
  still better than Lookout.  ;-)
  
  [ ~/.mailcap ]--
  text/html; /usr/bin/lynx %s; nametemplate=%s.html
  text/html; /usr/bin/lynx -dump %s; nametemplate=%s.html; copiousoutput 
  
  
  [ ~/.muttrc ]---
  set mailcap_path=~/.mailcap
  auto_view text/html
  
 
 This is great, thanks! Is it possible to get it to do this *only* when
 the email is content-type: text/html; rather than displaying it instead
 of the text/plain in a multipart/alternative?

Pass, I'm afraid.

 Another mutt question: How do you send To: a whopping list of
 recipients? It's a nightmare copy/pasting on a single line. I ended
 up editing the headers with E (on the final page) and reading the
 recip.'s in from a file. Seems laborious.

Umm, I find that editing my headers with the message makes the most
sense:

set edit_headers

Then, you can do things like:

To: [EMAIL PROTECTED],
[EMAIL PROTECTED],
[EMAIL PROTECTED]

ie: indent all following lines, ala RFC822.

-Dom



Re: Test

2001-04-06 Thread Merijn Broeren

Quoting Paul Makepeace ([EMAIL PROTECTED]):
 This is great, thanks! Is it possible to get it to do this *only* when
 the email is content-type: text/html; rather than displaying it instead
 of the text/plain in a multipart/alternative?
 
Yeah, you set it up in .muttrc :

auto_view text/html application/msword
alternative_order text/enriched text/plain text

set mailcap_path="~/.mutt-mailcap:~/.mailcap:/etc/mailcap"

My .mutt-mailcap looks like this :

# Try w3m first
text/html; cathtml.sh %s; copiousoutput

# Send html to a running netscape by remote
text/html;  netscape -remote 'openURL(%s)'; test=RunningNetscape

# Else use lynx to view it as text
text/html; lynx -dump %s; copiousoutput

text/*; cat %s ; copiousoutput

application/msword;  catdoc; copiousoutput
application/postscript; ps2ascii %s; copiousoutput

And loads more for images and stuff. Especially catdoc is a godsend. 

Oh, my cathml.sh looks like this :

#!/bin/sh

eval `resize`;

w3m -T text/html -cols $COLUMNS -dump $1;

On the risk of offending the person who gets really tired of the
w3m-is-better meme, I prefer w3m because I get send so many tables in
html, they show up real nice.

Cheerrs,
-- 
Merijn Broeren| Nothing is more poignant in old age than the 
Software Geek | memory of temptation resisted.
  | 



Re: Test

2001-04-06 Thread Dominic Mitchell

On Fri, Apr 06, 2001 at 11:37:54AM +0200, Merijn Broeren wrote:
 On the risk of offending the person who gets really tired of the
 w3m-is-better meme, I prefer w3m because I get send so many tables in
 html, they show up real nice.

I found a problem with w3m (which I admittedly didn't look at for very
long): It doesn't handle nbsp; at all.  It made for some very weird
message from NS Confusicator.

-Dom



Re: Test

2001-04-06 Thread Mark Fowler

On Fri, 6 Apr 2001, Merijn Broeren wrote:

 # Else use lynx to view it as text
 text/html; lynx -dump %s; copiousoutput

Quick question for us non mutt users that may one day consider using
it.  Does this run throgh the shell?  And what's %s in this?  I'm kinda
hoping it's not able to be '; rm -rf ~/*' or worse, if you get my drift

Later.

Mark.

-- 
print "\n",map{my$a="\n"if(length$_6);' 'x(36-length($_)/2)."$_\n$a"} (
   Name  = 'Mark Fowler',Title = 'Technology Developer'  ,
   Firm  = 'Profero Ltd',Web   = 'http://www.profero.com/'   ,
   Email = '[EMAIL PROTECTED]',   Phone = '+44 (0) 20 7700 9960'  )








Re: Test

2001-04-05 Thread Simon Wistow

Simon Cozens wrote:
 
 On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 09:19:15PM +0100, Matthew Byng-Maddick wrote:
  Feature request - IMAP client.
 
 Mail::IMAPClient exists, so I guess it's a real possibility. When I get a
 spare second. (Yeah, right.)

There's also Mail::Cclient (by Malcolm Beattie) which can be tricky to
install and the interface is a bit unfriendly (until I finally get round
to writing Mail::Cclient::Simple) but does EVERYTHING (POP3, IMAP, NNTP,
and Mbox if I ever get round to M::C::S) almsot transparently.

Oh and it does on the fly MIME decoding and fast so you don't need to
leave nasty temporary files lying around when munging.



Re: Test

2001-04-05 Thread Simon Cozens

On Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 10:41:56AM +0100, Simon Wistow wrote:
 There's also Mail::Cclient (by Malcolm Beattie) which can be tricky to
 install and the interface is a bit unfriendly

That's the fault of the underlying Cclient library. :(

-- 
Sendmail may be safely run set-user-id to root.
-- Eric Allman, "Sendmail Installation Guide"



Re: Test

2001-04-05 Thread Simon Wistow

Simon Cozens wrote:
 
 On Thu, Apr 05, 2001 at 10:41:56AM +0100, Simon Wistow wrote:
  There's also Mail::Cclient (by Malcolm Beattie) which can be tricky to
  install and the interface is a bit unfriendly
 
 That's the fault of the underlying Cclient library. :(

Yeah, tell me about it. 

hence the idea of Mail::Cclient::Simple



Re: Test

2001-04-05 Thread Paul Makepeace

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 02:40:03PM +0100, Dominic Mitchell wrote:
 Anyway, tip-o-the-day for mutt users.  How to get HTML viewed easily and
 automatically.  I'm not 100% sure of the security aspects, but it's
 still better than Lookout.  ;-)
 
 [ ~/.mailcap ]--
 text/html; /usr/bin/lynx %s; nametemplate=%s.html
 text/html; /usr/bin/lynx -dump %s; nametemplate=%s.html; copiousoutput 
 
 
 [ ~/.muttrc ]---
 set mailcap_path=~/.mailcap
 auto_view text/html
 

This is great, thanks! Is it possible to get it to do this *only* when
the email is content-type: text/html; rather than displaying it instead
of the text/plain in a multipart/alternative?

Another mutt question: How do you send To: a whopping list of
recipients? It's a nightmare copy/pasting on a single line. I ended
up editing the headers with E (on the final page) and reading the
recip.'s in from a file. Seems laborious.

Paul



Test

2001-04-04 Thread Clarke, Darren
Title: Test





Sorry all - this is a test... :¬P


Bloomin' Outlook  HTML ... *grumble*


Darren
Newbie Loser





Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Philip Newton

Clarke, Darren wrote:
 Bloomin' Outlook  HTML ... *grumble* 

I agree. Your mail server lost again.

Cheers,
Philip
-- 
Philip Newton [EMAIL PROTECTED]
All opinions are my own, not my employer's.
If you're not part of the solution, you're part of the precipitate.



Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Dominic Mitchell

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 02:25:50PM +0100, Clarke, Darren wrote:
Sorry all - this is a test... :P

Bloomin' Outlook  HTML ... *grumble*

Darren
Newbie Loser

You don't get away from a Newbie without learning though.

Anyway, tip-o-the-day for mutt users.  How to get HTML viewed easily and
automatically.  I'm not 100% sure of the security aspects, but it's
still better than Lookout.  ;-)

[ ~/.mailcap ]--
text/html; /usr/bin/lynx %s; nametemplate=%s.html
text/html; /usr/bin/lynx -dump %s; nametemplate=%s.html; copiousoutput 


[ ~/.muttrc ]---
set mailcap_path=~/.mailcap
auto_view text/html


-Dom



Test from uuencode boy

2001-04-04 Thread James . Herbert
 BDY.RTF


Visit our website at http://www.ubswarburg.com

This message contains confidential information and is intended only 
for the individual named.  If you are not the named addressee you 
should not disseminate, distribute or copy this e-mail.  Please 
notify the sender immediately by e-mail if you have received this 
e-mail by mistake and delete this e-mail from your system.

E-mail transmission cannot be guaranteed to be secure or error-free 
as information could be intercepted, corrupted, lost, destroyed, 
arrive late or incomplete, or contain viruses.  The sender therefore 
does not accept liability for any errors or omissions in the contents 
of this message which arise as a result of e-mail transmission.  If 
verification is required please request a hard-copy version.  This 
message is provided for informational purposes and should not be 
construed as a solicitation or offer to buy or sell any securities or 
related financial instruments.



Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Robin Houston

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 02:25:50PM +0100, Clarke, Darren wrote:
 Sorry all - this is a test... :P
 
 Bloomin' Outlook  HTML ... *grumble*

It's coming through as multipart/alternative, which is fine IMO.
People with broken mail clients may disagree :-)

 .robin.

-- 
select replace(a, CHR(88), replace(a,,'')) from (
select 'select replace(a, CHR(88), replace(a,,)) from (
select ''X'' a from dual)' a from dual)



Re: Test from uuencode boy

2001-04-04 Thread Greg McCarroll

* [EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote:
 test.  can you read this one, or is it attached?  This is in Microsoft
 Outlook Rich Text.  The previous mails have been sent in Plain Text.  
 

thats perfect as far as i'm concerned (mutt user)

-- 
Greg McCarroll  http://www.mccarroll.uklinux.net



Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Nicholas Clark

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 02:42:31PM +0100, Robin Houston wrote:
 On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 02:25:50PM +0100, Clarke, Darren wrote:
  Sorry all - this is a test... :P
  
  Bloomin' Outlook  HTML ... *grumble*
 
 It's coming through as multipart/alternative, which is fine IMO.
 People with broken mail clients may disagree :-)

I have a non-broken client which copes with multipart/alternative and
I still disagree. For a text message the text part carries all the
information, and the HTML hanger on serves no purpose except to consume
my disk space at 4 times the rate.

Nicholas Clark
-- 
ENOJOB: http://plum.flirble.org/~nick/CV.html



Re: Test from uuencode boy

2001-04-04 Thread Gareth Harper


- Original Message -
From: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
To: [EMAIL PROTECTED]
Sent: Wednesday, April 04, 2001 2:41 PM
Subject: Test from uuencode boy


test.  can you read this one, or is it attached?  This is in Microsoft
Outlook Rich Text.  The previous mails have been sent in Plain Text.

Snip

I recieved that one as the usual signature main body, with 2 attachments
this time, one plain text signature (again), and an attatched rtf file with
the main body..

Outlook express (until I can get my adsl online with linux)

Gareth Harper




Re: Test from uuencode boy

2001-04-04 Thread Robin Szemeti

On Wed, 04 Apr 2001, you wrote:
 
 test.  can you read this one, or is it attached?  This is in Microsoft
 Outlook Rich Text.  The previous mails have been sent in Plain Text.  

works for me .. theres stuff I dont need, but since it identifies whats
what in the headers I can read it fine in Kmail

-- 
Robin Szemeti

The box said "requires windows 95 or better"
So I installed Linux!



Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Robin Houston

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 03:09:02PM +0100, Nicholas Clark wrote:
 [...] the HTML hanger on serves no purpose except to consume
 my disk space at 4 times the rate.

You mean you *archive* this bollocks?

:-)

 .robin. (reads london-pm with the 'D' key)

-- 
Satan, oscillate my metallic sonatas!



Re: Test from uuencode boy

2001-04-04 Thread Nicholas Clark

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 04:15:21PM +0100, Leon Brocard wrote:
 [EMAIL PROTECTED] sent the following bits through the ether:
 
  test.  can you read this one, or is it attached?  This is in Microsoft
  Outlook Rich Text.  The previous mails have been sent in Plain Text.  
 
 Okay, you have a 17-line corporate .signature. This means that every
 post from you must contain at least 17 lines of Perl/Buffy-related
 discussion or you'll get killfiled ;-)

Surely s/you/that address/ ?

And as I would assume that it's mandatory that anything coming from an
ubsw.com address has that sort of disclaimer on it, wouldn't it be easier
to obtain an address outside ubsw.com so that you can avoid having the
disclaimer in the first place?

Otherwise at least 17 lines of on-topic discussion per message is going to
unacceptably increase the signal to noise on this list, I'd guess.

Nicholas Clark
-- 
ENOJOB: http://plum.flirble.org/~nick/CV.html



Re: Test from uuencode boy

2001-04-04 Thread Merijn Broeren

Quoting [EMAIL PROTECTED] ([EMAIL PROTECTED]):
 test.  can you read this one, or is it attached?  This is in Microsoft
 Outlook Rich Text.  The previous mails have been sent in Plain Text.  
 
 
Your message looks like this :

  I 1 no description [multipa/alternativ, 7bit, 3.4K] 
  I 2 |-no description[text/plain, quoted, ISO-8859-1, 1.1K] 
  I 3 +-no description   [multipa/mixed, 7bit, 1.9K] 
  A 4   |-BDY.RTF  [applica/rtf, base64, 0.5K] 
  I 5   +-Legal Disclaimer  [text/plain, 7bit, us-ascii, 0.9K] 

Amazing powers of obfuscation in Outlook. 
-- 
Merijn Broeren| My hat to keep the Martian brain rays out works just fine.
Software Geek | It's really *good* tin foil.
  | And stop staring at me like that.



Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Struan Donald

* at 04/04 15:58 +0100 Robin Houston said:
 On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 03:09:02PM +0100, Nicholas Clark wrote:
  [...] the HTML hanger on serves no purpose except to consume
  my disk space at 4 times the rate.
 
 You mean you *archive* this bollocks?

doesn't eveyone archive all their mail? *some* of it *might*
be useful at some point. and it's not like disk space is at a premium
these days

struan



Re: Test from uuencode boy

2001-04-04 Thread Jonathan Stowe

On Wed, 4 Apr 2001 [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote:

 test.  can you read this one, or is it attached?  This is in Microsoft
 Outlook Rich Text.  The previous mails have been sent in Plain Text.


Sort of - pine seems to prefer the disclaimer over the body of the message
as an alternative part but I have just installed it and the configuration
may be shagged ...

/J\




Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Jonathan Stowe

On Wed, 4 Apr 2001, Struan Donald wrote:

 * at 04/04 15:58 +0100 Robin Houston said:
  On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 03:09:02PM +0100, Nicholas Clark wrote:
   [...] the HTML hanger on serves no purpose except to consume
   my disk space at 4 times the rate.
 
  You mean you *archive* this bollocks?

 doesn't eveyone archive all their mail? *some* of it *might*
 be useful at some point. and it's not like disk space is at a premium
 these days


Er, yes I believe I have on sundry 'pooteys around here the entire life
history of London.pm  


/J\




Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Matthew Byng-Maddick

On Wed, 4 Apr 2001, Simon Cozens wrote:
 On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 04:30:53PM +0100, Nicholas Clark wrote:
  However, it's more all these *** job agencies sending me things
  in multi-crap that I'm shifting home over a modem to read at home.
  scp -C is good at making things smaller, but not as good as not having
  crap in the first place.
 If it's just an ordinary Unix mailbox, may I suggest Mail::Audit?

Feature request - IMAP client.

MBM

-- 
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transparency. -- George Nathan




Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread Simon Cozens

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 09:19:15PM +0100, Matthew Byng-Maddick wrote:
 Feature request - IMAP client.

Mail::IMAPClient exists, so I guess it's a real possibility. When I get a
spare second. (Yeah, right.)

-- 
We *have* dirty minds. This is not news.
- Kake Pugh



Re: Test

2001-04-04 Thread David Cantrell

On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 02:40:03PM +0100, Dominic Mitchell wrote:

 Anyway, tip-o-the-day for mutt users.  How to get HTML viewed easily and
 automatically.

Don't bother.  If it was worth saying, it was worth saying properly.

-- 
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This is a signature.  There are many like it but this one is mine.

** I read encrypted mail first, so encrypt if your message is important **



Mail::ListDetector - please test

2001-01-21 Thread Michael Stevens

Hi.

I have an (as yet unreleased) module called Mail::ListDetector,
which takes a Mail::Internet object, and attempts to tell you if the
message involved was posted to a mailing list, and if so, attempts to
get some details about that list.

I need testers - in particular, see if it builds and passes tests for
you, and throw lots of messages at the sample script and see if you
can get it to be inaccurate for any of them. If you can, please send
me the message in question. (if you don't want to give out the content,
just headers should do).

Currently it should know about majordomo, smartlist, ezmlm, and mailman,
although the majordomo and smartlist guessers are a bit experimental.

It's at:

http://www.etla.org/Mail-ListDetector-0.05.tar.gz

Michael