Re: Fcc with PGP-encrypted messages

1999-01-22 Thread Jeremy Blosser
David Thorburn-Gundlach [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Since you can, IIUC, encrypt mail with different public keys so that each private key can, alone, open the message, it makes sense that pgp would also let your private key open the file. ...and then Jeremy Blosser said... % It isn't quite

Re: mbox file missing?

1999-01-29 Thread Jeremy Blosser
this: -- Subject: DON'T DELETE THIS MESSAGE---FOLDER INTERNAL DATA -- I believe some silly POP daemons do this... are you popping your mail to another machine? -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL

Re: replying to this list

1999-02-03 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=v9Ux+11Zm5mwPlX6; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: mailing list madness

1999-02-13 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=H1spWtNR+x+ondvy; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: v 0.95.3 manual on-line

1999-02-15 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Michael Sanders [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Since the on-line manual at http://www.mutt.org/manual.html is still an old one, I have put the html version of the 0.95.3 manual up at http://tms.physics.lsa.umich.edu/mutt/ Also available at http://cymry.org/mutt/manual-0.95.3/ -- Jeremy Blosser

Re: '--' just above .signature

1999-02-16 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=cNdxnHkX5QqsyA0e; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: Archive of mailing lists?

1999-02-17 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=nFreZHaLTZJo0R7j; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: Replying to mailing lists

1999-01-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
. -- Note that this is the behaviour when 'metoo' is UNset. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you

Re: Msg displayer bgcolor

1999-03-11 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=qGV0fN9tzfkG3CxV; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: Recalling a postponed message without editing

1999-03-18 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Jeremy Blosser [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Petr Hlustik [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Is there a way to have Mutt recall a postponed message without visiting the recall-message, by default bound to 'R'. Er, I spose this still takes you to the editor. There was a thread a while back about

Re: Setting the Reply-To: header permanently

1999-03-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=H+4ONPRPur6+Ovig; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: FAQ/Web site maintance

1999-04-13 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=pf9I7BMVVzbSWLtt; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: bind errors

1999-05-13 Thread Jeremy Blosser
for these. Replace 'message' with 'entry', eg 'next-entry'. When in doubt, you can use '?' in a running Mutt to see the current active bindings. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you

Re: group reply (was: Turning off highlighting)

1999-05-17 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=kfjH4zxOES6UT95V; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: Multiple From: addresses

1999-05-18 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=xXmbgvnjoT4axfJE; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: 2 questions

1999-05-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=SNIs70sCzqvszXB4; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: Lost PGP after upgrade to 95.5i

1999-05-25 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=ReaqsoxgOBHFXBhH; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: Manual for Mutt 0.93.2i

1999-05-28 Thread Jeremy Blosser
... ] Mutt has a few nice features for handling mailing lists. In order to take advantage of them, you must specify which addresses belong to mailing lists. [snip] The ``unlists'' command is to remove a token from the list of mailing-lists. Use ``unlists *'' to remove all tokens. -- Jeremy Blosser

Re: Handling large amounts of mail

1999-06-02 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=vOmOzSkFvhd7u8Ms; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: -- explained

1999-06-02 Thread Jeremy Blosser
ke making the editor recognize the sigs and cut them out when replying, that's up to your editor. And it /is/ "-- " (note the space at the end), not just "--". -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-

Re: Replying to CC email as well

1999-06-11 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=2FkSFaIQeDFoAt0B; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: PGP Problem - Not on any doc (I think).

1999-06-13 Thread Jeremy Blosser
to tell mutt to simply sign the mail the old fation way ? You missed one... read doc/PGP-Notes.txt that came with your Mutt distribution. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "

Updates to www.mutt.org

1999-06-19 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Warning Could not process message with given Content-Type: multipart/signed; boundary=UnaWdueM1EBWVRzC; micalg=pgp-md5;protocol="application/pgp-signature"

Re: A few mutt questions

1999-06-28 Thread Jeremy Blosser
and reverse_name in the manual. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hopeless ...for that whic

Re: Annoying feature

1999-07-01 Thread Jeremy Blosser
... This way I can filter it into appropriate folders as it comes in. Shouldn't this be done by a mail filter? Isn't this exactly what he was saying he was trying to do? -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: help moving from exmh-mutt

1999-07-02 Thread Jeremy Blosser
make this automatic? Use a macro... I use macro index I "c?^I" -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love?

Re: attachment and winblows users

1999-07-05 Thread Jeremy Blosser
. If it isn't, please be more specific. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hop

Re: lists behaviour

1999-07-07 Thread Jeremy Blosser
cluding the @. Here's a patch for the manual. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely

Re: multiple mail address(from)

1999-07-12 Thread Jeremy Blosser
addresses set reverse_name -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hopeless ...for that

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-14 Thread Jeremy Blosser
t read /. much since the s/n ratio got so bad. Most of the comments seem to be newbies. The informal survey of mail headers done a while back by someone on this list may be more telling of use among Mutt's "target" user base. The last /. mail reader poll didn't even list Mutt IIRC. -

Re: (No Subject)

1999-07-14 Thread Jeremy Blosser
[[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Re hello --== Sent via Deja.com http://www.deja.com/ ==-- Share what you know. Learn what you don't. However you send mail, please try to include 'From:' and 'Subject:' headers. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-14 Thread Jeremy Blosser
J Horacio MG [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Jeremy Blosser dixit: I get the impression, though, that a lot of "the faithful" don't read /. much since the s/n ratio got so bad. Most of the comments seem to be newbies. The informal survey of mail headers done a while back

Re: filtering and pgp parsing

1999-07-15 Thread Jeremy Blosser
er readers sometimes like to put the message in the body of the mail instead of putting it in MIME attachments. I hope this is in a FAQ, but here goes: It's in the FAQ and the PGP-Notes.txt file that's part of every distribution. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-15 Thread Jeremy Blosser
requires you run Un*x somewhere. Un*x Windows. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hop

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-15 Thread Jeremy Blosser
standards compliance) are not going to be happy with something else and *are* likely to go looking. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-15 Thread Jeremy Blosser
till stand proud, my jaw I jut, I don't have much, but I have mutt. Yay mutt. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-15 Thread Jeremy Blosser
*, there are things we could try to do about this. If we don't care, we ignore it. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you

Re: Another PGP question

1999-07-16 Thread Jeremy Blosser
I can put it up again. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hopeless ...for that

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-16 Thread Jeremy Blosser
[EMAIL PROTECTED] [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: * Jeremy Blosser [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It isn't at all. Mostly we were talking about people using other mailers (like Pine) not because they liked the features the most but out of inertia. As I said, *if we care*, there are things we could

Re: Another PGP question

1999-07-16 Thread Jeremy Blosser
talking about, the message came with a PGP /signature/, not a /key/. The key would be available elsewhere, presumably from a key server or the user's web page or the user directly. Everyone makes their keys available different ways. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http

Re: next-message command

1999-07-19 Thread Jeremy Blosser
David Thorburn-Gundlach [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: ...and then [EMAIL PROTECTED] said... % just wondering if there is a next-message command or something in the In fact, there is; it's called next-message :-) Actually they are 'next-entry' and 'previous-entry'. -- Jeremy Blosser

Re: Email client poll

1999-07-21 Thread Jeremy Blosser
in this thread have mentioned it being helpful to see good sample .muttrcs, so I'll plug the web site: http://www.mutt.org/links.html#config has links to ~10 different .muttrcs. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http:/

Re: how do I have outgoing messages copied to outbound folder

1999-07-22 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Brian E. Lavender [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: I found the copy command, in the documentation, but I am not sure how to specify it. How do I specify in my muttrc so outbound messages get copied to ~/Mail/outbound ? set copy=yes set record="~/Mail/outbound" -- Jeremy Blosser

Re: Unconfusing mutt about messages from me

1999-07-23 Thread Jeremy Blosser
e way Michael's does, but it shows who everything is from as well as the list (if any). And it's tailored for my 80 cols. Screenshot at: http://www.mutt.org/screenshots/index.gif -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http:/

Re: (Fwd) Re: Copy to self doesn't work?

1999-07-23 Thread Jeremy Blosser
copy=yes" in my .muttrc would do it (as in the examples on the web site) but this doesn't seem to do anything. Do you have record set? eg set record="/box/to/save/to" -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED]

Re: mislabled function for pager in manual.txt

1999-07-27 Thread Jeremy Blosser
as a valid function, h... Should I submit a bug report to somebody? or is this known ? It's known. A patch was submitted, hopefully it'll be fixed in the next release. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: 1) PGP 6.5.1 B) Icon

1999-07-27 Thread Jeremy Blosser
buffy type app. Hey, does anyone happen to know who actually owns the copyright on the "cute little puppy"? I'm pretty sure I saw it around before Mutt, but I could be wrong. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.

Re: KDE and Mutt colors

1999-07-27 Thread Jeremy Blosser
/ to get ACS characters. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hopeless ...for that which you

Re: Support for pgp6.5.1

1999-08-01 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Matthew Cordes [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Does anyone know if support for PGP6.5.1 has as of yet been implimented in mutt? If not how difficult would it be to add support? Support was added to the CVS version last week. See the dev list archives for more details. -- Jeremy Blosser

Re: Off-Topic: pgp651 sources (was Re: Support for pgp6.5.1)

1999-08-01 Thread Jeremy Blosser
David Thorburn-Gundlach [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: ...and then Jeremy Blosser said... % % Support was added to the CVS version last week. See the dev list archives % for more details. Where are you guys finding 6.5.1 for *NIX? I can only find the Windoze version... I would love

Re: Tag you're it

1999-08-02 Thread Jeremy Blosser
``tag-prefix''." -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hopeless ...for that

Re: mailboxes and gzip?

1999-08-02 Thread Jeremy Blosser
://www.spinnaker.de/mutt/ -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hopeless ...for that

Re: Saving outging Mails

1999-08-04 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Andreas Keller [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: could anyone tell me how I could make mutt to save outgoing mails in a folder so I can read my mails later? set copy=yes set record="/some/mailbox/to/save/to" -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.

Re: forward email as attachment?

1999-08-06 Thread Jeremy Blosser
can presss a, and choose files or emails to attach. This is my wish list item. attach-message, by default bound to 'A', will let you do just this from the compose menu. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: Sending mail to more than one people

1999-08-08 Thread Jeremy Blosser
ect:;" (without the "'s) as the To: field. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely

Re: Fwd: RE: looking for a mail client

1999-08-08 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Shao Zhang [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Jeremy Blosser [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: The best way to handle this is to educate people as to why the old way is bad and push them to push the people who make their MUA to fix it. Agreed. This guy's problem sounds like not realizing that he can

Re: Fwd: RE: looking for a mail client

1999-08-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
rex [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Sun, Aug 08, 1999 at 10:42:36PM -0500, Jeremy Blosser wrote: Shao Zhang [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: But, what about outgoing messages? If I pgp sign a mail to a friend who is using pine as his MUA. When he views the attachment, pine will complain

Re: mutt will send but not recieve

1999-08-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
something? -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "Would you fight to the death, for that which you love? In a cause surely hopeless ...for that

Re: Formatting quotes?

1999-08-15 Thread Jeremy Blosser
that Pine has a ctrl-j option to do this. Can this be obtained with mutt + an editor? Some slang macro for Jed, maybe? Vim will do this nicely, using the 'gq' command. Its behaviour is very customisable, but I'm mostly using the defaults and it does just what you want. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL

Re: Formatting quotes?

1999-08-16 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Alex Lane [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Recently, Jeremy Blosser ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote: Vim will do this nicely, using the 'gq' command. Its behaviour is very customisable, but I'm mostly using the defaults and it does just what you want. Am I missing something here? I thought 'g

Re: thread symbols

1999-08-17 Thread Jeremy Blosser
s, and can be turned off using the strict_threads config variable. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on quality, I've won." -- L. Torvalds PGP signature

Re: urlview ???

1999-08-19 Thread Jeremy Blosser
on mutt's page to `urlview` is broken. nonexistent host. Can someone point me at the current "approved" home for urlview, please? :) -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.

Re: Suggestion Re: Threads

1999-08-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
the status fields for messages with new messages in the subthreads). You can use %M in the index_format to show the number of messages in a collpased thread. You can use something like %?M?+ to get just a + sign in your index listing for collapsed threads. See the help for index_format for mor

Re: Suggestion Re: Threads

1999-08-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Fairlight [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Fri, Aug 20, 1999 at 03:56:16AM -0500, Jeremy Blosser wrote: collapse-all and collapse-thread are actually toggles -- the names are sort of misnomers. You know, after I sent that, I wondered if, like slrn, they might be toggles, but didn't have any

Re: Suggestion Re: Threads

1999-08-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Jeremy Blosser [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: You can use %M in the index_format to show the number of messages in a collpased thread. You can use something like %?M?+ to get just a + sign in your index listing for collapsed threads. See the help for index_format for more info

Re: Suggestion Re: Threads

1999-08-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Fairlight [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Fri, Aug 20, 1999 at 05:09:51AM -0500, Jeremy Blosser wrote: Jeremy Blosser [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: You can use %M in the index_format to show the number of messages in a collpased thread. You can use something like %?M?+ to get just

Re: question: netscape mutt

1999-08-22 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Brian Winters version, which is reportedly rather stable and was written from scratch. http://www3.bc.sympatico.ca/brian_winters/mutt/ -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: Pixmap background in an xterm and mutt

1999-08-22 Thread Jeremy Blosser
-like shells): set COLORFGBG="green;black" export COLORFGBG " -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on quality, I've w

Re: Pixmap background in an xterm and mutt

1999-08-22 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Fairlight [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Sun, Aug 22, 1999 at 04:40:23PM -0500, Jeremy Blosser spewed forth: Fairlight [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: ... I think the manual said use the default object for a transparent colour. My version (compiled against SLang) doesn't seem to recognize

Re: edit_hdrs and hooks (was Re: autoedit/edit-headers?)

1999-08-24 Thread Jeremy Blosser
combination and didn't really at all get what I expected, but I was pleased with the results: I get prompted for the To:, Cc:, and Subject:, but then have full headers available to edit when I get dumped into the editor, which to me is the main benefit of edit_hdrs. And my send-hooks work. -- Jeremy

Re: edit_hdrs and hooks (was Re: autoedit/edit-headers?)

1999-08-24 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Fairlight [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Tue, Aug 24, 1999 at 07:34:11PM +0200, Renaud Colinet wrote: on Aug 24, Jeremy Blosser wrote: Have you tried 'unset autoedit' with 'set edit_hdrs'? The manual is a bit confusing here. I tried the above combination and didn't really at all get

updates to www.mutt.org

1999-08-24 Thread Jeremy Blosser
of course for the 1.0pre1 version that was released today. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on quality, I've won." -- L. Torvalds PGP signature

Re: updates to www.mutt.org

1999-08-25 Thread Jeremy Blosser
main point there is to download, and I'm assuming most Mutt users will understand at least why those codes are there, regardless of whether they like them or not. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+---

Re: crypto laws (was: [ANNOUNCE] mutt-1.0pre1i RPMs)

1999-08-25 Thread Jeremy Blosser
quot;). I'm no fan of the crypto export regulations, but that's the theoretical "consistency" of the laws. Of course, if you're just ranting about what you think the laws should be, then nevermind anyway. ;) This is barely on topic... no reply needed. -- Jeremy Blosser |

Re: [ANNOUNCE] mutt-1.0pre1i RPMs

1999-08-25 Thread Jeremy Blosser
to know what exactly led to the split between "mutt-us" and "mutt-i". Any pointers to aplicable legislation, mabye? See http://www.mozilla.org/crypto-faq.html, which includes links to the applicable legislation. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http:/

Re: [OT] U.S. Crypto-Export Laws (was: [ANNOUNCE] mutt-1.0pre1i RPMs)

1999-08-25 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Thomas Ribbrock [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Wed, Aug 25, 1999 at 03:33:24PM -0500, Jeremy Blosser wrote: See http://www.mozilla.org/crypto-faq.html, which includes links to the applicable legislation. sigh Thanks. Looks bleak, indeed. However, just out of interest: Does anybody

Re: [OT] us-crypto

1999-08-26 Thread Jeremy Blosser
ource code to make it US-broken^H^H^H^H^H^Hclean, but then we'd be back to where we are, eh? I still do see X-Mailer headers with Mutt-non-i versions, usually from out of the box RedHat users or other people who want binaries and aren't willing/interested in finding full versions. -- Jeremy Blosser

Re: color-high not working

1999-08-31 Thread Jeremy Blosser
.rpm on my RH5.2 (not really 5.2, now)... Check your TERM and make sure it supports color. See the Mutt FAQ and try the things there. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: pgp autosign

1999-08-31 Thread Jeremy Blosser
in the manual in the folder-hook section. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on quality, I've won." -- L. Torvalds PGP signature

Re: postponed

1999-09-02 Thread Jeremy Blosser
="=postponed" -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on quality, I've won." -- L. Torvalds PGP signature

Re: handling mailing lists: problem

1999-09-03 Thread Jeremy Blosser
analyzed the headers decently, I could probably find a common-denomenator to all, both direct and aliases. It's "Sender: [EMAIL PROTECTED]" -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+

Re: User-Agent: or X-Mailer: ??

1999-09-03 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Russell Hoover [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: What determines which of these two headers is displayed automatically? I *believe* at this point it's an unstable vs stable version thing. If you've seen 0.96. with X-Mailer, I would guess it was locally patched. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL

Re: Bug report information.

1999-09-04 Thread Jeremy Blosser
be bounced to the list admins, which means more work for them. And finally, the lists are all @mutt.org now, not @cs.hmc.edu. The FAQ (http://www.fefe.de/muttfaq/faq) is more current. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.

Re: pgp6/gnupg toggle newbe Q

1999-09-07 Thread Jeremy Blosser
gpg after copying to text file. This is due to OE using old-style PGP instead of PGP/MIME. See doc/PGP-Notes.txt from your Mutt distribution for details on this and a procmail recipe to fix such mails. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: automatic shell command

1999-09-07 Thread Jeremy Blosser
he generic keymap. So this would help you: Yes, it's in index. Also, it's bound to G by default, not ^g... not sure if your problem is related to trying to redefine the wrong thing or if you just typoed. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.

Re: pgp sigs in body of message instead of attach?

1999-09-08 Thread Jeremy Blosser
mail as the body of the message (no pgp sigs as attachments) and to have pgp encrypted mail as the body of the message? Read the FAQ and doc/PGP-Notes.txt from your Mutt distribution (or if you somehow don't have it, http://mutt.org/doc/PGP-Notes.txt). -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: manual, IMAP, and bind (was: How can I use outgoing mail server not local host?)

1999-09-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Fairlight [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Thu, Sep 09, 1999 at 12:10:18AM -0500, Jeremy Blosser blurted: As we speak I'm redoing http://www.mutt.org/links.html to have a better topical structure, this will include an expanded (but of course still incomplete) section of lins to other programs

Re: save-hook

1999-09-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
default_hook="~f %s " save-hook BUGT +bug save-hook gimp +gimp but it doesn't work! There are some possibilities: 1) It's not clear to me how save-hook works Save hooks are not applied to incoming mails, they are applied when you choose to save a mail. -- Jeremy Blosser

Re: Threads collapsed by default

1999-09-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
J Horacio MG [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: How can I have all threads collapsed by default when opening a folder? I use folder-hook . "push escV" -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.

Re: muttrc

1999-09-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
to get started? We have lots of nifty ones in the wonderfully up-to-date (:)) links page off mutt.org; would a dead simple one be a good thing, too? Write one and give me a URL and I'll link it. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org

Re: POP3 support and 'multiple personalities'

1999-09-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
folder. If you want it 'personality' oriented, try using comments and grouped commands in your .muttrc. Or sourcing different files, etc. The only real point of 'personalities' is organization, and IMO you can do this just as easily with the above. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL P

Re: shell return on macro?

1999-09-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
off for given macros, you could of course unset/reset it in the macros themselves. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on quality, I've w

Re: metamutt

1999-09-09 Thread Jeremy Blosser
x and once in the pager. It happened both times. Does anyone have any idea why? Often times ^S is bound by the terminal to 'suspend output'. ^Q is usually the alternative to start it again. man stty for info on changing these settings. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.

Re: POP3 support and 'multiple personalities'

1999-09-11 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Chris Green [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Thu, Sep 09, 1999 at 06:10:10PM -0500, Jeremy Blosser wrote: If you like Mutt so much, why not look instead at using another POP3 implementation (fetchmail) while still using Mutt? That's how it's /supposed/ to work. Fetchmail is equally

Re: save-hook

1999-09-13 Thread Jeremy Blosser
+0100, Mr.Axel Tillequin wrote: Jeremy Blosser wrote: Marco Giardini [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: I' desperately trying to better configure my mutt but I'm having problem with the hooks. I need that all mail coming from BUGTRAQ and from some other mailing list is stored in a separate

Re: urlview and launching with lynx

1999-09-13 Thread Jeremy Blosser
? You don't put any changes in .muttrc to use urlview, as it's a separate program. Once urlview is set up, you simply pipe the message to it using '|urlviewenter'. You can bind this to a macro if you want in .muttrc, though -- by default it is bound to ^b. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL

Re: Mutt the best client for mailing list management?

1999-09-13 Thread Jeremy Blosser
be suprised if you use Mutt and find it doesn't do its own filtering, but this is the way it should be. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on qu

Re: Message Width

1999-09-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
textwidth=75 -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED] | http://jblosser.firinn.org/ -+-+-- "If Microsoft can change and compete on quality, I've won." -- L. Torvalds PGP signature

Re: Message Width

1999-09-20 Thread Jeremy Blosser
Clint Olsen [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: On Sep 20, Jeremy Blosser wrote: 80 is still considered the maximum safe width to assume for a window. But since emails get indendted by reply characters like lots of 's, you should use something like 72-75 to keep it under 80 through several levels

Re: reply-to-all?

1999-09-22 Thread Jeremy Blosser
it was from you yourself. Mutt tries to avoid sending the mail to yourself with group reply, and it uses the $alternates setting for this. Also check and see if the mail has a Mail-Followup-To set, as if it does Mutt will use this for a group-reply. -- Jeremy Blosser | [EMAIL PROTECTED

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