Re: no such color

1999-01-04 Thread David Champion
On 1999.11.06, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Wilhelm Wienemann" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: i tell mutt to use color "default", but mutt tell me "default: no such color", why? for example "color error brightred default" Therefore you need 'ncurses' version 4.2 (the recent version is

Re: no such color

1999-01-04 Thread David Champion
On 1999.11.06, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Rejo Zenger" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ++ 06/11/99 05:12 -0600 - David Champion: It's more complicated than this. I've tried all six of the following combinations. The 1.0pre4/slang configurations accept "default" as a color,

Re: [wish] alternates_work

1999-11-11 Thread David Champion
On 1999.11.11, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Sven Guckes" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I want an extra flag for work related mails so they wont show up as non-personal mails. And I want an extra pattern modifier for these so I wont have to use long regexp with limit commands. I have four

query_command for uiuc's ph/qi

1999-11-12 Thread David Champion
I hadn't seen a query_command program for qi on www.mutt.org, so I wrote one. (I know they're around, but I was blinded or something and I missed them.) I particularly didn't know about the one on Brandon Long's archive that handles multiple servers, but mine handles them better anyway. :) We

Re: mutt 1.1.1 : make error

1999-12-01 Thread David Champion
On 1999.12.01, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Thomas Roessler" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 1999-11-30 21:23:01 +0100, J Horacio MG wrote: Then I `make clean', copy mutt-1.0/keymap_defs.h into mutt-1.1.1/, and `make' again, but: Don't do this. keymap_defs.h is auto-generated from the

Re: 2 IMAP questions again

2000-05-16 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.16, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Mikko Hänninen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Shao Zhang [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on Tue, 16 May 2000: My second question is when I delete a mail accessing via IMAP, it creates an annoying message, something like: DON'T DELETE THIS

Re: 2 IMAP questions again

2000-05-16 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.16, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Brendan Cully" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: don't know which clients can make use of that yet). The best option is just to use IMAP always or never, probably. I don't think that's realistic, as long as non-IMAP access is possible, for some people. But

Re: converting Date: header field to local timezone in pager?

2000-05-17 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.17, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David Roche" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've searched all over the docs, and can't figure out how to get the pager to display all Date: header fields in time converted to the local timezone. Is this possible? This is not exactly what you describe

Re: Doing netnews with mutt

2000-05-17 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.16, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Bennett Todd" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ok, I've gotten so hooked on mutt that I'm wanting to use it for netnews. I know this has been discussed a lot, but as best I've been able to tell the focus has been on NNTP support for some reason --- even

Exclusive matching

2000-05-24 Thread David Champion
Alice, Bob, and Carol want to find all email that was sent from any one of them to BOTH of the others, but that was not sent to ANY fourth person. I can make mutt match all messages that include Alice, Bob, and Carol: ~L alice ~L bob ~L carol My mailbox has a message from Carol to Alice,

Re: Exclusive matching

2000-05-24 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David Champion" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I attached a mailbox that contains 8 messages: 6 that I want matched, 1 that is from Carol to Alice, Bob, and Dave, and 1 that does not include Bob. (The last two should not be matched.) Oops

Re: Exclusive matching

2000-05-24 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David Champion" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A look at the source code suggests that this is a misread, though, and that "^" goes before any pattern component. Well, this pattern: ^~L alice | ^~L bob | ^~L carol doesn't m

Re: Exclusive matching

2000-05-25 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.25, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Mikko Hänninen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: ~L alice ~L bob ~L carol ^~L (alice\|bob\|carol) I'm curious, do you really need the first part, the three matches? The last part should do their job too. Since you tried these things, I suppose you

Re: Binding bug + minor annoyance.

2000-05-25 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.25, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David DeSimone" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mikko Hänninen [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: That's good as an option, but then the problem would be that you can't have an independent stand-alone binary that works even with no resource files... Is

Re: headers in incoming mail

2000-05-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Manuel Arriaga" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi all, Two short config questions: - I have put "ignore (blabla)" into my .muttrc in order to keep the visible part of the headers in incoming mail readable, but now I would like to sort the different

Re: Binding bug + minor annoyance.

2000-05-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David DeSimone" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: David Champion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Maybe the original poster (I forgot who...) would be OK with "unbind * *" and "unmacro * *". But there is no "unbin

Re: Two ideas

2000-05-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.05.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Rob Reid" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You mean strip sigs from quoted text in a reply? That's the editor's job I strenuously disagree. I think we should rather say: it is the established judgement of the Mutt development team that stripping

Re: Open Netscape, remote new window

2000-06-01 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.01, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have my urlview working lovely with netscape opening inside the same window, but what if I want to open in a new window? % netscape -remote 'openURL(http://www.mutt.org/, new-window)' -- -D.

Re: new option?

2000-06-08 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.08, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Lars Hecking" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In principle, yes, but it may even work without. Nevertheless, echo -n is not portable. Unquoted backquotes turn all whitespace into plain spaces: `ls a b c` = a b c Quoted

Re: [sureshr@staff.juno.com: Re: How do I make pop support do polling?]

2000-06-11 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.11, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Nils Vogels" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Sun, Jun 11, 2000 at 03:22:27PM -0400, David T-G wrote: Nothing -- except in the minds of folks who make decisions at his company. *sigh* ... managers ... ;-) My group runs a system with nearly 500

Re: Sci-fi question about voice email and auto_view

2000-06-11 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.11, in 005801bfd3a3$5bbb1320$f8a0a6d4@alderaan, "Daniel González Gasull" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello all. Perhaps this is a silly question, but, is there any program (say catwav) which let me do something like catwav message.wav and display the message in my

Re: Re:

2000-06-18 Thread David Champion
I warn you now - this is more than you asked for. On 2000.06.17, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Andrew Eichmann" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: the subject line. For example, if the original message's Subject: line is ``[BOB] What's the frequency, Kenneth?''where ``[BOB]'' is the mailing list

Re: mailboxes

2000-06-18 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.18, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Dennis Robertson" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello List, This is embarrassing. I have made letterboxes in $HOME/Mail using touch. These new files don't open automatically but bring up the "open with" dialogue when clicked. Procmail evidently

Re: special flags (was Re: Message attributes, MH folders)

2000-06-19 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.19, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David T-G" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Any way to put the X-Label: contents into $index_format? My index_format has: "%?y?[%y] ?". From the docs: The ``X-Label:'' header field can be used to further identify mailing lists or list subject matter

Re: special flags (was Re: Message attributes, MH folders)

2000-06-19 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.19, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David Champion" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On 2000.06.19, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David T-G" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Any way to put the X-Label: contents into $index_format? My index_format has: "%?

Re: test=RunningX

2000-06-19 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.19, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "clemensF" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Mrinal Kalakrishnan: No it's different. If you're in a console while X is running, the RunningX test will fail, because it actually tries to open the display. Whereas the $DISPLAY variable still exists, so

Re: Message attributes, MH folders

2000-06-20 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.20, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "clemensF" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: so, why in the world would one want to leave mh for mutt? Are you asking why in the world would one want to leave: next spacespacespacenext comp ... send spacespacenext spacespacenext spacespacespacespacenext

Re: undelete messages

2000-06-25 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.25, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Vincent Danen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: How do I undelete messages? When I try to go back to a deleted message, mutt won't let me... I can't move the arrow onto it. I see Type in the message number to jump to any message, or use the next-entry

Re: Can't compile mutt 1.3.4

2000-06-29 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.29, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Mark Berry" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Jun 29, 2000 at 12:39:26AM +0200, Thomas Roessler wrote: checking for iconv... yes checking whether this iconv is good enough... no configure: error: Try using libiconv instead Get libiconv

Re: Removing a prefix from the subject of messages

2000-06-29 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.29, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Lars Hecking" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: D'oh. That's a job for procmail's MATCH and formail. No need for an external program. No, but it's easier with an external program, because procmail's $MATCHing is so weak. Here's my old procmail matcher

Re: those users (was Re: Reply to all???)

2000-06-30 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.30, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Mrinal Kalakrishnan" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The advantage with LinuxDoc/DocBook DTDs is that you can convert it to any format you like later. So you can have an online HTML version, plain text, PS, PDF, etc.. (like the mutt docs) The

Re: those users (was Re: Reply to all???)

2000-06-30 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.30, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Suresh Ramasubramanian" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: get them processed on Unix. Maybe that's not necessary, but I always argue with any decision that (in practice) drives data or a process out of the realm of portability. ... so what format do you

Re: tag-thread works sporadically

2000-06-30 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.30, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "brd" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've noticed that when tryting to tag a whole thread with the esc-t combo, sometimes it will work and sometimes not. I may have to do it a few times before it works, but it's not the same number each time. I think

Re: Default SUBJECT in forward..

2000-06-30 Thread David Champion
On 2000.06.30, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Sergio Bruder" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There is a way to alter the default Subject of a forwarded message? set forward_format. The %-expansions are teh same as for $index_format. -- -D.[EMAIL PROTECTED]NSITUniversity of Chicago

Re: browsing imap folders, and other questions

2000-07-08 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.07, in 00a001bfe869$78def130$0200a8c0@mdaxke, "Mark D. Anderson" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Which implies to me that it is possible to browse folders of an IMAP server. So how is that done? In order: c change-folder ? to list folders/enter browser

Re: browsing imap folders, and other questions

2000-07-08 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.08, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David Champion" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: In order: c change-folder ? to list folders/enter browser c change-dir ^u kill-line then enter an IMAP path: e.g., {imap.demo.int/ssl}inbox Yo

Re: tagging unread

2000-07-09 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.09, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Jason Helfman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I searched threw the manual and it looks us though you may not be able to tag something as unread. If this is the case, why? If I am wrong, can you please point me to the right place in the manual...

Re: SMTP

2000-07-17 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.13, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Marius Gedminas" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It's not that I advocate adding SMTP support to Mutt [2], but I just --- [2] Well, that would be a nice thing to have if I try to compile it on WinNT again ;) I don't mean to say anything about whether I

Re: gnupg and pgp incompatibility

2000-07-22 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.22, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Dennis Robertson" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello List, I am trying to correspond with a friend who uses Windows and Eudora 4.3.2 (gasp!) with PGP 6.5.3. I use mutt and gnupg 1.0.1 ;). When he invokes decrypt on my messages all he sees is:

Re: gnupg and pgp incompatibility

2000-07-24 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David T-G" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: David, et al -- % So, short answer: Eudora can send to Mutt, but Mutt can't send to % Eudora, and it's Eudora's fault. FWIW, I have been able to send with mutt-0.95.4i and pgp5; my recipient may whine a bit,

Re: Piping mail through a script from a macro

2000-07-27 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.27, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Ben Beuchler" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Good point. Fixed that but it still didn't work. It turns out that it was the \Cs. For some reason mutt didn't like using ^s as a macro. No matter what I specified there, it locked up. I checked and it

Re: Hiding Subjects in PGP-encrypted messages

2000-07-29 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.29, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Randall Hopper" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: One wish I have is for there to be an alternative way to specify the subject such that it is stored and retrieved from the body and not the header, so it can be PGPed. I'd like this, too, and so would

[OT] Re: Automatic mail archiving

2000-08-01 Thread David Champion
On 2000.07.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Gregor Zattler" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: * David Champion [EMAIL PROTECTED] [Mit 26 Jul 2000 03:37:59 GMT]: I have procmail deliver to ~/Mail/lists/listname. Each "listname" in that directory is a symlink to ~/Mail/li

Re: Build problem with 1.3.7 on Solaris

2000-08-11 Thread David Champion
On 2000.08.11, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have checked this out thoroughly now and I'm convinced there is some sort of problem building 1.3.7 (and 1.3.6) on Solaris. ... make: Fatal error: Don't know how to make target `../types.h'

Re: push and the limit command

2000-08-15 Thread David Champion
On 2000.08.15, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: push "l!~s '^DON'\\''T DELETE THIS MESSAGE -- FOLDER INTERNAL DATA$'^M" This (I hope) anchors the string at both ends so that only messages with this exact subject will be matched so messages with

Re: MIME Parts Not Forwarded?

2000-08-16 Thread David Champion
On 2000.08.16, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Todd Goodman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I'm ultimately looking for is to edit the first text part (as when I answer no to mime_forward) but to still have all other parts of the orginal message attached just as they were in the original. Use

Re: The Endless Quest for Simplification

2000-08-16 Thread David Champion
On 2000.08.16, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Evan Vetere" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I've got a bunch of mail files in ~/mail; procmail drops stuff there. Each file in that dir is, uh, sourced, in my .muttrc: mailboxes ~/mail/blah ~/mail/bork ~/mail/foo ~/mail/zort Can I generate that

Re: 1.3.x series need for iconv/libiconv

2000-08-17 Thread David Champion
On 2000.08.17, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Martin [Keso] Keseg" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The two places that needed libiconv were Solaris 2.6 and Red Hat Linux release 6.1. no, it;s not a problem about development computers, that's a problem of solaris. I was talking about iconv

Re: script, macro

2000-08-17 Thread David Champion
On 2000.08.17, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Jason Helfman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: no not while vi is open...I mean I am in mutt. I run a macro, asks me some questions, and passes it right to vi Is this for new mail? You can write a macro that sets $editor to a script which runs the

Re: urlview and netscape not fast enough to read tmp file ?

2000-08-24 Thread David Champion
On 2000.08.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Ron da Silva" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Seems like mutt writes attachments to /tmp and forwards the filename to netscape (based on my mailcap file) and then deletes the /tmp file; however, seems like sometimes the file gets deleted before netscape

Re: urlview and netscape not fast enough to read tmp file ?

2000-08-24 Thread David Champion
he problem is that netscape -remote returns immediately once the command is delivered, and not necesarily after the remote operation has completed the page load. On Thursday, 24 August 2000 at 16:41, David Champion wrote: #!/bin/sh ## Wrap ns so that it doesn't lose the file set -- `echo $1 |

Re: mbox to maildir

2000-09-06 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.06, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Jason Helfman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Does anyone have a script that does this? If you have mh or nmh installed, I'd think that you can "inc" the mbox to a new folder and rename that folder's directory as .../folder/cur, then mkdir

Re: config question

2000-09-08 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.08, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Gary Johnson" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, Sep 07, 2000 at 11:15:18PM -0700, Jason Helfman wrote: Would their be a way to configure mutt to test if I am running X, and based off the exit of this, 1 or 0, use a particular mutt variable

Re: config question

2000-09-08 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.08, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Jason Helfman" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Fri, Sep 08, 2000 at 01:05:38PM -0500, David Champion muttered: | On 2000.09.08, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], | Or: | source `RunningX echo .muttrc.x || echo /dev/null | | if you have a lot

Re: delete-and-jump-to-next-unread

2000-09-09 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.09, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Jens Askengren" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: macro index Delete"delete-messagenext-unread" but since delete-message automatically skips to the next it doesn't work as expected. What about macro index Delete

Re: not a FAQ

2000-09-12 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.12, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Bruce DeVisser" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Sep 12, 2000 at 02:22:19PM -0700, Chris Chisolm wrote: I have read all the FAQs I can find and searched the man page but I still have a couple questions. 1. How do you forward a message,

Re: not a FAQ

2000-09-12 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.12, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Chris Chisolm" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 1. How do you forward a message, including all the attachments that came with the message? Ideally I would include the forwarded main message as text and the all the attachments would be auto loaded as

signature detection for color and mono

2000-09-13 Thread David Champion
Is there any way to disable this? I want the pager to treat signatures the same as the body -- at least as far as colorizing body regexes goes. "Color signature" won't take a regex argument; it colors the whole signature. Would a patch to treat this be accepted? :) -- -D.[EMAIL

Re: signature detection for color and mono

2000-09-14 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.14, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Lukasz Stelmach" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: By³a godzina 23:09:20 w ¶roda 13 wrzesieñ, gdy do autobusu wsiad³ kanar i wrzasn±³:"David Champion!!! Bilecik do kontroli!!!" A on(a) na to: Is there any way to disable thi

Re: Completely rewriting the From header programatically

2000-09-15 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.15, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Dave Morse" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I pop my mail from [EMAIL PROTECTED], and write email from home as user dm on a system that calls itself bomberlan.net. What is the voodoo I put in the .muttrc that makes mutt always send mail appearing to be

Re: News support in mutt

2000-09-20 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.20, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Wilhelm Wienemann" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Could you please give an URL were the nntp-support can be downloaded? http://www.fiction.net/blong/programs/mutt/#nntp There is also a NNTP-patch for mutt from "Andrej N. Gritsenko" [EMAIL

Re: About PGP encryption

2000-09-22 Thread David Champion
The address [EMAIL PROTECTED] is preferred over [EMAIL PROTECTED] On 2000.09.20, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Eugene Paskevich" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: P.S. How can I include cookies from fortune for example into my signature? Answer directly please. You probably missed the other

Re: catchup command?

2000-09-23 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.23, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Byrial Jensen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Tag all messages, mark the tagged messages read, and finally untag them. Can be bound to macro if you like, for example: macro index R "T~Aenter;WN;t" "Mark all messages read" This is correct, of course,

Re: A better mutt? (Was Re: catchup command?)

2000-09-23 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.23, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Jens Askengren" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: A GUI-mutt could be implemented by separating mutt into a backend and several frontends (curses, X11, etc). The frontend could be selected at compiletime, or loaded as a plugin/dll/.so-lib at runtime.

Re: Content-Disposition

2000-09-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Andy Spiegl" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Bruce DeVisser wrote: ^D on the compose menu toggles this, under Mutt 1.2.5i. (If I hit ? in the compose menu, it's the very first keybinding described. :) Great! I just upgraded and really like

Re: asked many times

2000-09-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Andy Spiegl" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: So I tried: send-hook '~C mutt-' 'set from="Andy Spiegl [EMAIL PROTECTED]"' but then from is set for the next mail, not for the current one. *argh* This is good and correct. How did you guys solve this

Re: message's important flag

2000-09-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Lukas Schroeder" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Anyways, besides this beautiful '!' next to the message, does a set important flag of a set of messages trigger any additional useful functionality like easy switching via repeated TAB-punching or

Re: Content-Disposition

2000-09-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Andy Spiegl" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, you can set a compose macro to inline after adding. Ehmm, sounds like a good idea, but how do I do that? Sorry for the stupid question, Andy. Actually, I think it was a bad idea. I guess you can't

Re: asked many times

2000-09-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Mikko Hänninen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: David Champion [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on Tue, 26 Sep 2000: send-hook '~C mutt-' 'set from="Andy Spiegl [EMAIL PROTECTED]"' but then from is set for the next mail, not for th

Re: Aborted unmodified message.

2000-09-26 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Marc van Dongen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi there, I just re-installed vim on my system. When I now try to compose a message after I enter the name of the recipient mutt does not allow me to write a message. Istead it displays a Aborted

Re: Q: Why no replies to my post??

2000-09-27 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.27, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Byrial Jensen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Tue, Sep 26, 2000 at 09:08:23 -0500, David Champion wrote: Me, too. I take a different approach: I have a short wrapper script that I use for invoking mutt. It sets LANG, then returns LC_COLL

Re: Attachements

2000-09-28 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.28, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Emmanuel Anne" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I had a look at the docs, but could not find a way to handle bad attachements ie : jpeg images attached as "application/octet-stream" insted of "image/jpeg". Does someone know a way to view them directly

Re: request

2000-09-29 Thread David Champion
On 2000.09.27, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "David T-G" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: With the dev versions of mutt, or with 1.2.5 and patches, you can create and edit an X-Label: header which can contain anything you wish; you can even act against it with an expando. I use this to note tips,

Re: Addressbook For Mutt

2000-10-05 Thread David Champion
On 2000.10.05, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Pyuesh Daya" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is it possible to run two external programs to run with mutt. I am already running the "Shift Q" to query an external perl script which queries an Ldap ServerIs this possible... How do I bind another

Re: Two suggestions

2000-10-24 Thread David Champion
On 2000.10.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Dan Boger" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: yikes! why would you want to ever overwrite a whole folder with one message? I'd be scared of hitting o by mistake... Mutt treats all save files as folders. Sometimes you just want the one message, but you

Re: mailing a stream as a file

2000-11-06 Thread David Champion
On 2000.11.04, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Eric Smith" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi This "works" zip - *txt|mutt -s'send a zip file of all txt docs' eric -a - Odd; it doesn't work for me. The syntax you give fails to send to the users "-a" or "-". Putting "eric" after all options (as I

Re: limiting to message size

2000-11-07 Thread David Champion
On 2000.11.07, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Mikko Hänninen" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Jonathan Scott Duff [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote on Mon, 06 Nov 2000: Hi, I'm using mutt 1.2.5i and was wondering if there were some convient way to match messages based on the number of paragraphs, lines,

Re: Error messages

2000-12-13 Thread David Champion
On 2000.12.13, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Charles Curley" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: When working on my .muttrc, it would be very nice if there were some way to see error messages generated by bugs in the .muttrc. Is there any such mechanism? You mean just to test the muttrc file and report

Re: Question regarding clearsigning emails automatically

2000-12-14 Thread David Champion
On 2000.12.14, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Lars Hecking" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: IMHO signing list email is a useless and wasteful exercise, especially if the sender hasn't submitted his/her keys to the public keyservers. In this situation, those who have configured their encrytion

Re: Why doesn't xterm refresh?

2000-12-20 Thread David Champion
On 2000.12.20, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Lance Simmons" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I don't understand this suggestion. I don't see the word "script" used in the Mutt manual in a way that seems relevant, or in the xterm documentation. Could you elaborate? The "script" program initiates a

Re: Extra line added on edit message

2000-12-28 Thread David Champion
On 2000.12.28, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Suresh Ramasubramanian" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I am using some scripts for cleaning up some mails by setting editor variable to script name. And, every time I try it, new lines get added at end. Could you share this script? Or you could

Re: index_format to show attachments?

2001-01-30 Thread David Champion
On 2001.01.30, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Duncan Watson" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hello, I am trying to show messages that attachments in the index. I took a look at index_format but no luck at first reading. Does anyone have an idea on how to accomplish this? Can't be done, but I

Re: one aliase for multiple email addresses

2001-02-18 Thread David Champion
On 2001.02.18, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "[EMAIL PROTECTED]" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm wondering if it's possible to setup an alias that delivers to multiple addresses? Something like... alias foo [EMAIL PROTECTED] [EMAIL PROTECTED] (foo group) Something like that. The manual

Re: Unbind All?

2001-02-22 Thread David Champion
On 2001.02.22, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Jay Rossiter / Signe" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Is there a way to unbind all keys with one, or a small series, of commands? I'm trying to set mutt up so that the only commands bound are ones that I explicitly set. I'm tired of tpyoing a key and

Re: Word-wrap when printing and quoting

2001-02-28 Thread David Champion
On 2001.02.28, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Dirk Laurie" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: The problem is this: by the time vim gets control, the quote sign "" has already been prepended to the line. I want the line-break algorithm to do its thing before the "" sign gets prepended. The problem

Re: mutt as newsreader

2001-03-07 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.07, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Suresh Ramasubramanian" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: mike polniak proclaimed on mutt-users that: Is anyone using mutt as a newsreader? Supposedly there is a nntp patch for mutt. Any comments on how well this works? Vselvolod (sp?) Volkov

Re: mutt as newsreader

2001-03-07 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.07, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "ndrw mchl grnbrg" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Well, slrn requires some config, just like mutt does, but all in all, I think it's a very good newsreader. It's not the configuration, mainly; it's the way it works. It doesn't accomodate the way I read

Re: can't pgp sign

2001-03-13 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.13, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Horace G. Friend III" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi, I've got pgp (ver. 6.5.8i) working outside of mutt. I can also verify signed msgs after I get their public keys outside of mutt. But I can't sign outgoing msgs. After selecting the (s)ign

Re: Mutt/Netscape eludes me

2001-03-17 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.15, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Zach Thompson" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It tells netsacpe to launch the url in a pre-existing window - the id that we just found in netscape.sh. Alternatively: netscape -remote 'openURL(http://www.foo.net/, mutt-ns)' will open

Re: Mark all messages in folder read

2001-03-18 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.18, in 20010318211124.A574@madmachine, "phaust" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Hi. On Sun, Mar 18, 2001 at 07:47:58PM +0100, Stefan Schwandter wrote: Hello all, is there a way to quickly mark all messages in a mail folder (similar to do a catch up in a newsreader) ?

Re: vim and mutt question

2001-03-24 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Timothy Legant" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You might not always want to move down 6 lines. Perhaps in the future you will add a new header (using my_hdr) to certain messages. You might want to consider the following instead: set editor="vim -c

Re: send problems

2001-03-24 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Dave Murray" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have trouble with sending messages, intermittently with another list. I use sendmail and my ISP's SMTP. Mutt shows me sending, a copy ends up in record, that's the end of my knowledge. I know that this is

Re: Fwd: Using mutt to sort mailboxes by thread

2001-03-26 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.26, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Andre Majorel" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I have large mailboxes (archives of Usenet groups) that I would like to sort by thread. Thought of tagging all articles in the box and saving them to another mailbox (otT^;C) but how do you do that from a

Re: too many messages saturates slow link

2001-03-30 Thread David Champion
On 2001.03.30, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], "Suresh Ramasubramanian" [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Carlos Puchol proclaimed on mutt-users that: Reading /var/spool/mail/me... 1869 (33%) this saturates my modem line for a little while. is there some way to turn it off or just make it

Re: how do I color all mails with attachments?

2001-04-23 Thread David Champion
On 2001.04.23, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], Eric Smith [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: like this: colour index brightred black ~? Check this thread: http://groups.yahoo.com/group/mutt-users/message/16502 -- -D.[EMAIL PROTECTED]NSITUniversity of Chicago

Re: strange config problem (1.2.5i)

2001-05-06 Thread David Champion
On 2001.05.06, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], Tim Legant [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Nope, it's working the way it should. Comments are stripped first. This is true of just about every programming / configuration language in the world. I say just about because someone will probably point to one

Re: How to give color to parent message

2001-05-06 Thread David Champion
On 2001.05.06, in 1lgg_B.A.r8G.Qoe96@mostproper, Mr. Wade [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Efata wrote: How I give sign or color to message (message have child only) in collapse thread? I think you are asking how to specify index colors for a message that is part of a collapsed thread.

Re: How to give color to parent message

2001-05-06 Thread David Champion
On 2001.05.06, in 6_VECC.A.XuH.KQf96@mostproper, Mr. Wade [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'd be interested, though, in how he managed to get the index_format to display the number of attachments if there are attachments as he said. A patch:

Re: configuring headers in Muttrc/ssmtp.conf

2001-05-20 Thread David Champion
On 2001.05.20, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], Joane Lispton [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: What I would like to do is have the mail coming from [EMAIL PROTECTED] instead of [EMAIL PROTECTED] I figure the place to do this is either in Muttrc or ssmtp.conf. Just set host= beechtree.its.com

Re: Color Errors on Solaris

2001-05-24 Thread David Champion
On 2001.05.24, in [EMAIL PROTECTED], adam morley [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you look on Sun's site, there is a link to a company that is doing the porting work for GNOME to Solaris. Last time I looked they hadn't quite got 1.4 packaged, but it was expected real soon now.

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