Re: mutt sucks... II

2002-10-20 Thread David Rock
to a folder: t t t ;s tags three items in the index and saves them all to a specified folder. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg31928/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Mutt for Win32

2002-10-18 Thread David Rock
it if POP3 is set up on the Exchange server. The one thing you will get nailed on is mettings and appointments, there is still no good way to deal with this through mutt. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg31894/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: mutt and exchange

2002-10-01 Thread David Rock
* Elimar Riesebieter [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-10-01 20:54]: On Thu, 26 Sep 2002 the mental interface of David Rock told: * Michael Leone [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-09-26 13:17]: Gregory Seidman said: [...] Good question. Dunno how mutt integrates with LDAP, but I know I have used

Re: mutt and exchange

2002-09-30 Thread David Rock
or anything, LDAP access is port 389, I believe. Look for muttldapquery.pl in the contribs. It does a good job connecting to the LDAP on the Exchange server. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg31367/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: In-Reply-To colors

2002-09-22 Thread David Rock
mails get colored. So basically what I'm wondering is that if there is some way to get mutt to do the right thing? How about: folder-hook . color index green black '~Q' According to section 4.2: ~Q messages which have been replied to -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg3

Re: In-Reply-To colors

2002-09-22 Thread David Rock
* Johan Svedberg [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-09-22 18:24]: On Sun, Sep 22, 2002 at 11:10:08AM -0500, David Rock wrote: How about: folder-hook . color index green black '~Q' According to section 4.2: ~Q messages which have been replied to No. That's messages which I have replied

Re: In-Reply-To colors - try References:

2002-09-22 Thread David Rock
* emails, duh. I have to learn how to read. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg31118/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: SOLVED vim startup

2002-09-18 Thread David Rock
=/usr/bin/vi -u none any difference there? I think he is referring to explicite as meaning setting editor= to something, rather than take the editor default. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg31038/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: display of mailing lists in the index - no string manipulation

2002-09-17 Thread David Rock
* Sven Guckes [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-09-17 16:18]: Sven [who keeps wondering if the maillists about other mailers get to see such requests *ever*] There are other mailers? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg30971/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Batch mode and content-type

2002-09-12 Thread David Rock
instead. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg30926/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

removing self from group reply

2002-09-12 Thread David Rock
I know this has come up before, but I can't find it anywhere: When I group reply to a message, is there any way to remove my own address from the recipient list? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg30933/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: removing self from group reply

2002-09-12 Thread David Rock
* Johan Almqvist [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-09-12 21:10]: * David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] [020912 21:02]: When I group reply to a message, is there any way to remove my own address from the recipient list? Mutt should do this for you if you have set alternates correctly... Duh, worked great

Re: mutt and exchange

2002-09-04 Thread David Rock
is necessary. Also, I didn't happen to notice what version of Mutt you are using. The 1.2 branch has really bad IMAP support. You might want to try the 1.3 or 1.4 branches if you aren't using them already. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: mutt was no executed by cron

2002-08-31 Thread David Rock
and your cron environment. Also, you should be getting cron error messages mailed to your mail spool. If not, try adding MAILTO=userid to your crontab to force it. This way, you should be able to track down what it's doing (or not doing). -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: sending with perl instead of MTA?

2002-08-10 Thread David Rock
PROTECTED] to cover most of this problem? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: forwarding with attachments but...

2002-08-02 Thread David Rock
to figure this one out for a long time, thanks! -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg30111/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Forwarding with attachments

2002-06-03 Thread David Rock
, set this variable to ask-no or ask-yes. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: attachment!

2002-05-31 Thread David Rock
signing, though. Maybe setting up an auto_sign in muttrc? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg28452/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Writing a memo to myself - echo memo | mutt $USER

2002-04-20 Thread David Rock
shell done :-) you can make this a shell script, too: $ cat memo echo $* | mutt $USER $ memo buy cookies Or even do it within mutt's shell escaping: !echo memo | mutt $USER -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg27504/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Organizing mailfolders (strategies and using with mutt)

2002-04-16 Thread David Rock
)? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: imap behavior

2002-04-08 Thread David Rock
be purged without prompting. If set to no, messages marked for deletion will be kept in the mailbox. Mutt can be set to ask if you want it to actually delete read messages. I use this in its ask-yes state when changing folders to clean up behind me. What you are probably looking for is no. -- David

Re: OT: [TalkBiz] Who's deleting your email (fwd)

2002-04-05 Thread David Rock
with [SPAM] so that my wife's Netscape rules could find the emails in her inbox for her (can't talk her into mutt). I have not tried Spam Assassin personally, but I imagine it has many of the same features if you bother to take the time to read the docs ;-). http://junkfilter.zer0.org/ -- David

Re: M$ Outhouse E. for UNIX

2002-03-26 Thread David Rock
://www.ximian.com/products/connector/ It would be even nicer if there was a connector product that worked with mutt instead of Evolution so that you could reply to appointments from Outlook clients without using the web client or vmware. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg26186/pgp0.pgp

Re: Running stuff on windows (sans install script)

2002-03-16 Thread David Rock
like lib/battlemech/design.py. Win32 Python by default gets it's PYTHONPATH from the registry. Using a PYTHONPATH environment variable will work, though. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg25617/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Mutt versus Pine under WIN2000

2002-03-02 Thread David Rock
of XFree86 4.1.0 that works pretty well for Windows, and it's a lot cheaper than VMWare (it's free ;-) http://www.cygwin.com/ -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg24910/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Mutt versus Pine under WIN2000

2002-02-21 Thread David Rock
of Evolution (Ximian Gnome) is supposed to work fairly well as an Outlook replacement, but it does cost money to get it (about $70 per seat, i think). -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: SPAM-filter with mutt

2002-02-19 Thread David Rock
? Is there a filter one can call from the .muttrc-file? I am using junkfilter and have been pretty happy with it. http://junkfilter.zer0.org/ -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg24590/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: cannot delete mails

2002-02-07 Thread David Rock
always having problems deleting mails in this file? Maybe the file is marked read-only? Try toggling this with the % keybinding. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg24297/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: [OT] handling outlook cal stuff

2002-02-04 Thread David Rock
mutt, Evolution is supposed to have an Outlook connection piece, but for sale only. I assume this is an Exchange server licensing issue or just a way for Ximian to make some money to keep themselves going. Unfortunately, this would mean not using mutt. Isn't that missing the point? ;-) -- David Rock

Re: [OT] handling outlook cal stuff

2002-02-04 Thread David Rock
On Mon, Feb 04, 2002 at 10:54:56PM -0600, Jeremy Blosser wrote: On Feb 04, David Rock [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Well, that's not the number one problem from me. I can use webmail to respond to and send appointments well enough, but I'd rather not have to monitor that web page for incoming

Re: Maildir differences

2002-01-26 Thread David Rock
/aliases #Header line formatting for reading ignore * unignore From: unignore To: unignore Subject: unignore Reply-To: #Header lines my_hdr From: David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] my_hdr Reply-To: David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] #parameter settings set mbox_type=Maildir set pager_index_lines=8 set sort

Re: Maildir differences

2002-01-26 Thread David Rock
* do was create the subdirectory structure underneath (cur new tmp). I created the appropriate subdirs and this fixed everything. As for errors in my .muttrc, thanks for pointing them out. just because I was getting the result I wanted doesn't mean it was working correctly ;-) -- David Rock

Re: Maildir differences

2002-01-26 Thread David Rock
On Sat, Jan 26, 2002 at 02:08:24PM -0800, Will Yardley wrote: David Rock wrote: Looks like I found what the problem was. It appears to be related to the format of the Maildir folders. What I would do with mbox if I didn't have an existing folder was just touch the file I needed

Maildir differences

2002-01-25 Thread David Rock
/mail/username does not ask to move to my mbox location anymore, even if I leave ~/Mail/inbox as an mbox format. What's going on? Thanks -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg23824/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Mutt IMAP -- how good?

2002-01-21 Thread David Rock
server at work and have been pretty happy with it. You MUST be using a more current mutt, though (1.2.5i is SEVERELY lacking in IMAP support) -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg23507/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

maildir over mbox?

2002-01-20 Thread David Rock
I was just wondering what the real differences were between maildir and mbox formats? I know mbox is an appended file while maildir is a separate directory for each mail (each what, exactly)? What are the benefits of using one type over the other? Thanks. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: LDAP and mutt.

2002-01-16 Thread David Rock
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Mutt + Fetchmail + SSH + IMAP

2002-01-11 Thread David Rock
other nonsense to reply to it, but this leaves me with a situation where ALL emails are marked as read all the time because fetchmail polled the server, so it becomes less obvious which emails are new. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg22979/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: Configuration problems

2001-12-28 Thread David Rock
On Thu, Dec 27, 2001 at 02:17:53PM +0100, René Clerc wrote: And, since you're signing your list email, please upload your public key to the keyservers. So did I. Err... I did, didn't I? ;) Yeah, you did ;-) -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg21992/pgp0.pgp Description: PGP signature

Re: how to get text from other messages into current?

2001-11-29 Thread David Rock
, or if your mailbox file isn't too large, you could use :r within vim to read a file into the current file. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Bouncing a message with an attachment

2001-11-21 Thread David Rock
bounce a message that has a .doc attachment, the recipient gets a message with a .doc attachment. This is the same result I get. I actually used bounce before I discovered the mime_forward et al settings to pass along attachments. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] msg20621/pgp0.pgp

Re: Say what ?

2001-10-27 Thread David Rock
using pop3. Is there a way, using mutt, to respond to meeting requests? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] _ Forward your email to your WAP phone at www.mail-x-change.com

Re: LDAP and mutt.

2001-10-26 Thread David Rock
to query an external program for addresses. I do this at work with a perl script that calls ldapsearch. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] _ Swap jobs without having to swap email addresses at www.mail-x-change.com

Re: ye olde mutt pgp/mime versus clearsign FAQ

2001-09-24 Thread David Rock
when it's necessary to do it ;-) -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Mutt and GPG

2001-09-24 Thread David Rock
. This would suggest that full justification is also not possible within vim natively. I don't have par installed, so I can't test to see if it would do it. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: mail from specific addresses into seperate mailboxes?

2001-09-20 Thread David Rock
the folder mutt # to be the destination of # the read mail when you leave # the spool folder. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: Another PGP-GnuPG problem...

2001-09-20 Thread David Rock
include my key in the encryption by default. What's the prefered way of configuring this with mutt? I use this in my ~/.gnupg/options file: encrypt-to key -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Defaulting to inbox on startup

2001-09-19 Thread David Rock
. To be fair, I don't know how much of the same kind of thing Emacs is capable of. I still think it's a great editor, but it's awfully hard to go back ;-) -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: procmail

2001-08-20 Thread David Rock
on the part of the sysadmin, and not a postfix failing. My solution was: a) install procmail in $HOME (including formail) and b) run this shell script to start mutt: It's definitely not a failing of Postfix, I'm using it right now. ;-) -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: procmail

2001-08-20 Thread David Rock
On Mon, Aug 20, 2001 at 01:49:15PM -0400, darren chamberlain wrote: David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] said something to this effect on 08/20/2001: It's definitely not a failing of Postfix, I'm using it right now. ;-) David, My solution works very ably for me, although I was hoping to get

Re: pgp

2001-08-18 Thread David Rock
On Fri, Aug 17, 2001 at 07:04:31PM -0700, Will Yardley wrote: David Rock wrote: You should be able to remove his key from your keyring. I would think that would fix it. yes that's what i would think too. but it doesn't appear to be there as far as i can tell (again i'm not a huge pgp

Re: pgp

2001-08-17 Thread David Rock
him, but then get an error like this: You should be able to remove his key from your keyring. I would think that would fix it. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: UTILITY: Pretty print from console Mutt

2001-08-16 Thread David Rock
the '-Email' option do - I don't have that documented, although it seems to accept it ... If you look in the man page, the option is '-E' (--pretty-print) and the modifier is 'mail' which is a language filter for how enscript should preprocess the print object. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Mutt is sending PGP as funky attachments

2001-08-01 Thread David Rock
using VIM to edit the email I then use this commandline: :%!gpg -esa This will then prompt you for a key userid and return with an ASCII armored version of your message. Then all you have to do is send it as a normal clear message. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: working with folders

2001-07-01 Thread David Rock
. The trick is to get the messages to mutt-spool in the first place. I use procmail for that. I don't think there is any other good way for mutt to do it itself. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: GPG and Windows PGP

2001-06-30 Thread David Rock
to disappear in the future. BTW, this is an example of some cool stuff about vi. You can run any text through any filter you want, not just gpg. If you aren't aware of this, I suggest you read up on it, too. ;-) -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: fetchmail and mutt?

2001-05-17 Thread David Rock
-list-spool=vnc-list mbox-hook test-spool=inbox -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: Finding new mail

2001-04-14 Thread David Rock
iles, pressing 'c' pops up the first one it finds and then if there are more with mail, pressing 'c' again goes to the next one with mail. This also influences what the list shows when you press Tab; it toggles between the defined mail spools and all mail folders. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: scrolling in a message

2001-04-14 Thread David Rock
instead of the Backspace key works when the Backspace key doesn't. The Enter key has always worked for me to scroll down one line. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: gnupg

2001-04-06 Thread David Rock
a message to someone else, it automatically encrypts to your id, too. That way, you can read what you wrote later on. Normally, this is only necessary if you are creating a copy of your outgoing message (outbox, sent-mail, whatever) or if you are Cc-ing to yourself. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTEC

Re: mailboxes

2001-04-06 Thread David Rock
ck to take place, AND it displays only after you do something (e.g. hit return, ls, whatever). It's not perfect, but it's better than nothing. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] PGP signature

Re: gnupg

2001-04-03 Thread David Rock
a shame that one of them wasn't http://www.mutt.org/doc/manual/manual-6.html , I wouldn't have looked so stupid asking such a simple question. Thanks to all who replied. It's not necessarily stupid. Sometimes you don't find what you need until after it smacks you in the nose ;-) -- David Rock

Re: mailboxes

2001-04-03 Thread David Rock
il?"$_ has mail!"' Bash supplies a default value for this variable, but the location of the user mail files that it uses is system dependent (e.g., /var/mail/$USER). -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] -BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK- version

Re: gnupg

2001-04-02 Thread David Rock
to read what you wrote. -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] -BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK- version 3.12 GIT$CS$ d-(?) s+:++: a- C++$ UL++ P+ L++(+++)$ E---(-) W(+)-- N++ o? K- w--()$ O+ M-@ V-- PS PE Y PGP++@ t++@ 5++@ X- R(+++) tv(+) b+ DI++ D++ G e+(*) h--- r+++ y+++ -END GEEK CODE

Re: gnupg

2001-03-31 Thread David Rock
is generate a key pair. Is there a pgp=on option that I should be putting in my ~/.muttrc, or something? After you compose a message, try hitting "p" to bring up the encryption menu, which should include sign, encrypt, etc. You can mail me directly if you would like to test things out. --

Re: Weird Mutt problem

2001-03-28 Thread David Rock
location for the mail spool file. check your muttrc for a set folder=~/Mail, maybe? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] -BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK- version 3.12 GIT$CS$ d-(?) s+:++: a- C++$ UL++ P+ L++(+++)$ E---(-) W(+)-- N++ o? K- w--()$ O+ M-@ V-- PS PE Y PGP++@ t++@ 5++@ X- R(+++) tv(+) b

Re: thread collapsing

2001-03-25 Thread David Rock
g to another thread or simply another message in the same thread? There must be a way, since the ^d deletes an entire thread -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] -BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK- version 3.12 GIT$CS$ d-(?) s+:++: a- C++$ UL++ P+ L++(+++)$ E---(-) W(+)-- N++ o? K- w--()$ O+ M-@ V-- P

Re: Colors in Mutt

2001-03-13 Thread David Rock
? Was there any option to include during the compiling phase? What does your .muttrc look like? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] -BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK- version 3.12 GIT$CS$ d-(?) s+:++: a- C++$ UL++ P+ L++(+++)$ E---(-) W(+)-- N++ o? K- w--()$ O+ M-@ V-- PS PE Y PGP++@ t++@ 5++@ X- R

Re: Help, cant send with mutt

2001-03-09 Thread David Rock
Try using postfix instead of sendmail. The configuration is a lot easier. http://www.postfix.org -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] -BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK- version 3.12 GIT$CS$ d-(?) s+:++: a- C++$ UL++ P+ L++(+++)$ E---(-) W(+)-- N++ o? K- w--()$ O+ M-@ V-- PS PE Y PGP++@ t++@ 5

Re: Mutt as POP3 Cliient

2001-03-08 Thread David Rock
il parsing capability ( a la procmail ). -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED] -BEGIN GEEK CODE BLOCK- version 3.12 GIT$CS$ d-(?) s+:++: a- C++$ UL++ P+ L++(+++)$ E---(-) W(+)-- N++ o? K- w--()$ O+ M-@ V-- PS PE Y PGP++@ t++@ 5++@ X- R(+++) tv(+) b+ DI++ D++ G e+(*) h--- r+++ y+++ -END

Re: still can't get off the list - sorry

2001-03-02 Thread David Rock
the mail straight to me - the digest takes a day or to arrive. Perhaps you need to verify what email address the system has you listed under. It is possbile that the address you are sending your request from does not match the address that set up the subscribe initially? -- David Rock [EMAIL PROTECTED]