Re: Sending mail to a recipient

2002-04-10 Thread Gary Johnson
On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 12:10:06AM -0400, Robert Conde wrote: On Fri, Apr 05, 2002 at 12:50:49AM +0100, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Yep, I have just looked into and sucessfully installed lbdb, it was just what I was looking for. However I have to pass a query string to lbdb, so I am just

Re: How to convert Outlook *.pst files to mbox format?

2002-04-10 Thread Thomas Huemmler
* John P Verel [EMAIL PROTECTED] [02/04/10 04:08]: This may be an FAQ, but I couldn't come up with it. I have substantial *.pst files from Microsoft Outlook from work which I want to convert to mbox format. Any pointers on this will be gratefully appreciated. maybe this might help you:

Re: Preferred muttrc syntax for set commands

2002-04-10 Thread Michael Tatge
David T-G ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) muttered: ...and then Rocco Rutte said... % * Michael Tatge [04/09/02 15:42:25 CEST] wrote: % Who needs urlview? % % I like using it because I hate copy'n'paste. I also don't like to idea % to use a mouse as frequently as urlview. ;-) Perhaps he should

Re: Sending mail to a recipient

2002-04-10 Thread Dave Pearson
* Robert Conde [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-04-10 00:10:06 -0400]: Is there a site that explains how to use this tool in depth. I'd especially like it to grab addresses from my Palm Pilot. I tried http://www.spinnaker.de/lbdb, but I didn't find it very helpful. [I'm the author of the palm module

Re: Mails are always tagged as old but unread

2002-04-10 Thread chris
Hello again, I tried out nearly any combination of fetchmail, exim, procmail and getmail. And the result is: It's procmail. I don't know why, but NOT using procmail doesn't insert the Status tags in the header. I just could't figure out, what the problem is. When I use an empty procmailrc ,

Command line send

2002-04-10 Thread Carl Stehman
Does Mutt have a command line option to send an e-mail message directly from the command line like cat message |mail [EMAIL PROTECTED] does for sendmail on standard Unix? without any interactive action needed? Thanks Carl Stehman

Re: Command line send

2002-04-10 Thread Joel Hammer
Yes. mutt does the same thing. I believe that mutt even has an extra command line option or two. read: man mutt man mail Joel On Tue, Apr 09, 2002 at 09:33:02PM -0400, Carl Stehman wrote: Does Mutt have a command line option to send an e-mail message directly from the command line like cat

Re: Command line send

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Carl -- ...and then Carl Stehman said... % % Does Mutt have a command line option to send an e-mail % message directly from the command line like % cat message |mail [EMAIL PROTECTED] does for sendmail on % standard Unix? without any interactive action needed? You mean like cat message | mutt

Re: Mails are always tagged as old but unread

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Christoph -- ...and then [EMAIL PROTECTED] said... % % Hello again, Hi! % % I tried out nearly any combination of fetchmail, exim, procmail and % getmail. And the result is: It's procmail. I don't know why, but NOT Interesting. I think you might actually mean ... % using procmail

Feature request: uncolor not only in index

2002-04-10 Thread Michael Tatge
Hi all, I just played around with my color setup. I found that it's sometimes usefull to hightlight numbers in the body of a message to find a phone number and the like. Now, I want to do that only on demand. macro pager f5 exitenter-commandcolor body [0-9]enterdisplay-message So far so good.

Re: Feature request: uncolor not only in index

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Michael -- ...and then Michael Tatge said... % % Hi all, Hello! % % I just played around with my color setup. I found that it's sometimes % usefull to hightlight numbers in the body of a message to find a phone Sure; that makes sense. % number and the like. Now, I want to do that only on

Re: Feature request: uncolor not only in index

2002-04-10 Thread Michael Tatge
David T-G ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) muttered: ...and then Michael Tatge said... % macro pager f5 exitenter-commandcolor body [0-9]enterdisplay-message % What about a different approach: just search for [0-9\-/\.]* No. This would color each and every -, / and ., too. But ([0-9]+[\.:/-]*)* would

Re: Feature request: uncolor not only in index

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Michael -- ...and then Michael Tatge said... % % David T-G ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) muttered: % ...and then Michael Tatge said... % % macro pager f5 exitenter-commandcolor body [0-9]enterdisplay-message % % % % What about a different approach: just search for [0-9\-/\.]* % % No. This would

Re: Feature request: uncolor not only in index

2002-04-10 Thread Gary Johnson
On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 04:06:02PM +0200, Michael Tatge wrote: David T-G ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) muttered: ...and then Michael Tatge said... % macro pager f5 exitenter-commandcolor body [0-9]enterdisplay-message % What about a different approach: just search for [0-9\-/\.]* No. This

Re: Feature request: uncolor not only in index

2002-04-10 Thread Michael Tatge
David T-G ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) muttered: ...and then Michael Tatge said... % % What about a different approach: just search for [0-9\-/\.]* ^^ % ([0-9]+[\.:/-]*)* would do for most numbers, phones, dates and times. % Only I cannot turn it

compile errors

2002-04-10 Thread Eduardo Gargiulo
Hi all. I'm trying to compile mutt-1.3.28i, but the process failed with the following error: --- 8 --- pgp.c: In function `disable_coredumps': pgp.c:70: variable `rl' has initializer but incomplete type pgp.c:70: warning: excess elements

Re: How to convert Outlook *.pst files to mbox format?

2002-04-10 Thread Bo Peng
Outlook can save emails to IMAP server. What I did was create an IMAP account under outlook, select all, copy to a folder under IMAP. I do not know if procmail will be activated if you copy them to your IMAP/inbox. On Tue, Apr 09, 2002 at 09:41:25PM -0400, John P Verel wrote: Date: Tue, 9 Apr

Re: Feature request: uncolor not only in index

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Michael -- ...and then Michael Tatge said... % % David T-G ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) muttered: % ...and then Michael Tatge said... ... % % % Only I cannot turn it off, which sucks. % % What's to turn off? % % Right, you're talking about seraching not coloring, which I missed the Ah. Right.

No matching mailcap entry...

2002-04-10 Thread Thomas Baker
Dear all, I am having trouble configuring mailcap to do anything at all. I am configuring Mutt 1.2.5i on Cygwin (see mutt -v output below), and it seems to run normally in other respects -- at any rate, I can read, send, and receive messages. When I run: mutt -F

no automatic Pgp verification

2002-04-10 Thread Hanspeter Roth
Hello, how can one make Mutt not to verify the Pgp-signature automatically? I want to do it manually if at all. -Hanspeter

Re: no automatic Pgp verification

2002-04-10 Thread Hanspeter Roth
On Apr 10 at 16:52, Hanspeter Roth spoke: Hello, how can one make Mutt not to verify the Pgp-signature automatically? I want to do it manually if at all. pgp_verify_sig

Saving all attachments

2002-04-10 Thread Andre Bonhote
Hi there, mutt users! I recently received a mail with about 20 attached files. The sender didn't want to tar it, so I got them attached one by one. You can imagine that saving was quite annoying. Is there a way to save all at once? [andre@coffee andre]$ mutt -v Mutt 1.3.28i (2002-03-13)

IMAP browsing

2002-04-10 Thread Michal 'hramrach' Suchanek
I think it would be a good idea if c gave me folder tree of my current account and not local folders. ie if I am viewing somebody@somewhere/INBOX c should give me imap://somebody@somewhere/, not ~/Mail (or whatever). The annoying behavior is observed in mutt-1.3.27i-4mdk. Or is there a simple way

Re: no automatic Pgp verification

2002-04-10 Thread David Champion
* On 2002.04.10, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], * Hanspeter Roth [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, how can one make Mutt not to verify the Pgp-signature automatically? I want to do it manually if at all. Putt into your muttrc file: set pgp_verify_sig=no macro index \Cv

Re: IMAP browsing

2002-04-10 Thread Dan Boger
On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 04:21:45PM +0200, Michal 'hramrach' Suchanek wrote: I think it would be a good idea if c gave me folder tree of my current account and not local folders. ie if I am viewing somebody@somewhere/INBOX c should give me imap://somebody@somewhere/, not ~/Mail (or whatever).

Re: IMAP browsing

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Michal -- ...and then Michal 'hramrach' Suchanek said... % % I think it would be a good idea if c gave me folder tree of my current % account and not local folders. ie if I am viewing somebody@somewhere/INBOX % c should give me imap://somebody@somewhere/, not ~/Mail (or whatever). % The

Re: Outhouse on Mutt-Users?

2002-04-10 Thread Alexander Skwar
»Luke Ross« sagte am 2002-04-08 um 18:57:44 +0100 : As regards FQDN, if you'll pay for it! It's currently a dodgy NAT'd Why pay? Get a dyndns account and there you've got your FQDN. Alexander Skwar -- How to quote: http://learn.to/quote (german) http://quote.6x.to (english) Homepage:

Re: Mailbox was corrupted

2002-04-10 Thread Rafael C. Gawenda
Quoting David T-G (Tue Apr 9 13:05:39 CEST 2002) If you *really* want to send a message to mutt-users and have it happily appear in your compressed folder, have your fcc-save-hook write to '^' after applying Byrial's current_shortcut patch; the message will end up in the temp file, and upon

PGP: macro to fetch keys from keyserver?

2002-04-10 Thread Andre Berger
--liOOAslEiF7prFVr Content-Type: text/plain; charset=iso-8859-1 Content-Disposition: inline Hi, I would like to define a keystroke that fetches gpg keys for me from signed messages, like gpg --keyserver www.keyserver.net --recv-keys 0x$KEY But how can I get/define $KEY? -Andre

Re: PGP: macro to fetch keys from keyserver?

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Andre -- ...and then Andre Berger said... % % Hi, Hello! % % I would like to define a keystroke that fetches gpg keys for me from % signed messages, like % % gpg --keyserver www.keyserver.net --recv-keys 0x$KEY % % But how can I get/define $KEY? Why reinvent the wheel? Just use

Re: Saving all attachments

2002-04-10 Thread Shawn McMahon
begin Andre Bonhote quotation: I recently received a mail with about 20 attached files. The sender didn't want to tar it, so I got them attached one by one. IMHO, bounce it, and say give me a break, dude, use tar. -- Shawn McMahon| Information may want to be free, but

Re: Saving all attachments

2002-04-10 Thread David Champion
* On 2002.04.10, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], * Andre Bonhote [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi there, mutt users! I recently received a mail with about 20 attached files. The sender didn't want to tar it, so I got them attached one by one. You can imagine that saving was quite annoying. Is

Re: Saving all attachments

2002-04-10 Thread David Champion
* On 2002.04.10, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], * David Champion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: No, but tagging all 20 messages, pressing tag-prefixsave-entry (probably ;s), and pressing enter 20 times should be less painless. s/nless/nful/ -- -D.[EMAIL PROTECTED]NSITUniversity of

Re: Sending mail to a recipient

2002-04-10 Thread Robert Conde
I think I have it working. My .lbdbrc file wasn't formatted properly. Thanks, -R On Wed, Apr 10, 2002 at 10:51:52AM +0100, Dave Pearson wrote: * Robert Conde [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-04-10 00:10:06 -0400]: Is there a site that explains how to use this tool in depth. I'd especially like

I've broken something

2002-04-10 Thread Rafael C. Gawenda
Hi there. Don't know if it's my config, or some broken patch, I suppose it's the first option, but when I enter my spool (by just nachine$ muttCR), read a message, and quit, the mailbox doesn't get updated, ie, If I reenter, the msg is still there (instead of being moved to +mbox), and marked as

Re: I've broken something

2002-04-10 Thread darren chamberlain
* Rafael C. Gawenda [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002-04-10 14:50]: Don't know if it's my config, or some broken patch, I suppose it's the first option, but when I enter my spool (by just nachine$ muttCR), read a message, and quit, the mailbox doesn't get updated, ie, If I reenter, the msg is still

Re: I've broken something

2002-04-10 Thread Rob Reid
At 4:25 AM EDT on April 10 Rafael C. Gawenda sent off: Don't know if it's my config, or some broken patch, I suppose it's the first option, but when I enter my spool (by just nachine$ muttCR), read a message, and quit, the mailbox doesn't get updated, ie, If I reenter, the msg is still there

Re: I've broken something

2002-04-10 Thread Rafael C. Gawenda
Quoting darren chamberlain (Wed Apr 10 14:55:03 CEST 2002) Is the spool directory mounted via NFS? No Are permissions correct on $MAIL? r-x 11 ais ais 1024 Apr 10 10:36 mail Is /var some kind of strange partition type? No, it's on the / fs Are you (accidentally) opening

Re: I've broken something

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Rafael -- ...and then Rafael C. Gawenda said... % % Hi there. Hello! % % Don't know if it's my config, or some broken patch, I suppose it's the first % option, but when I enter my spool (by just nachine$ muttCR), read a % message, and quit, the mailbox doesn't get updated, ie, If I reenter,

Re: I've broken something

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Rafael -- BTW, isn't your clock a bit off? Your message said 10:42 +0200 but it certainly doesn't look like that when I peek outside... :-D -- David T-G * It's easier to fight for one's principles (play) [EMAIL PROTECTED] * than to live up to them. -- fortune cookie

Re: Mailbox was corrupted

2002-04-10 Thread David T-G
Rafael -- ...and then Rafael C. Gawenda said... % % Quoting David T-G (Tue Apr 9 13:05:39 CEST 2002) % % If you *really* want to send a message to mutt-users and have it happily ... % to put the temp file back in place as the real file. [BTW, I bet that % even though your message to

Re: PGP: macro to fetch keys from keyserver?

2002-04-10 Thread Dominik Mierzejewski
On Wednesday, 10 April 2002, David T-G wrote: % I would like to define a keystroke that fetches gpg keys for me from % signed messages, like % % gpg --keyserver www.keyserver.net --recv-keys 0x$KEY % % But how can I get/define $KEY? Why reinvent the wheel? Just use

Re: PGP: macro to fetch keys from keyserver?

2002-04-10 Thread Rocco Rutte
Hi, * Andre Berger [04/10/02 20:14:51 CEST] wrote: I would like to define a keystroke that fetches gpg keys for me from signed messages, like gpg --keyserver www.keyserver.net --recv-keys 0x$KEY But how can I get/define $KEY? It depends on what your goal is. If you want gpg to

Re: PGP: macro to fetch keys from keyserver?

2002-04-10 Thread Rocco Rutte
Hi, * David T-G [04/10/02 19:37:40 CEST] wrote: ...and then Andre Berger said... % I would like to define a keystroke that fetches gpg keys for me from % signed messages, like % % gpg --keyserver www.keyserver.net --recv-keys 0x$KEY % % But how can I get/define $KEY? Why reinvent the

Re: broken link in FAQ

2002-04-10 Thread Jeremy Blosser
On Apr 08, fEd Franks [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: The FAQ found at the website URL: http://www/fefe/de/muttfaq/faq.html has a broken link... Under How can I report bugs?, the link check Sven's giantlist of known bugs gets me an HTML error: Forbidden ... I would like to know if my

NFS problems

2002-04-10 Thread Rocco Rutte
Hi, I just started another attempt to get mutt 1.5 working at one of my accounts. Without any sucess so far. Hopefully someone can help. The situation so far is that sending mail doesn't work because mutt does not show up again after returning from the editor (saving works). I try to summarize

Re: Saving all attachments

2002-04-10 Thread Cameron Simpson
On 12:56 10 Apr 2002, David Champion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | * On 2002.04.10, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], | * Andre Bonhote [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: | I recently received a mail with about 20 attached files. The sender | didn't want to tar it, so I got them attached one by one. | You can