My ~/mbox file is huge...

2002-02-12 Thread Simon White
this happened? -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A. |-tel +212.3.767.4861 |-fax +212.3.767.4863 |-14, rue 16 novembre |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Previous issue with ~/mbox

2002-02-12 Thread Simon White
I have discovered what it is. Mutt is moving my read messages. Can someone give me the syntax for mutt to either NOT move read messages (I do that manually) or to keep them in my IMAP inbox (which is the same as not moving them). Thanx -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A

[simon@mtds.com: Re: Previous issue with ~/mbox]

2002-02-12 Thread Simon White
, Michael Sanders wrote: On Tue, Feb 12, 2002 at 04:40:39PM +, Simon White wrote: I have discovered what it is. Mutt is moving my read messages. Can someone give me the syntax for mutt to either NOT move read messages (I do that manually) or to keep them in my IMAP inbox (which is the same

Re: Header Limitations

2002-02-13 Thread Simon White
You should use a mailing list manager, I think mailman is best IMHO because it's easy to set up, has an automatic web interface and archiving, and is used by RedHat and SourceForge. You can use an aliases file but then people who reply may end up sending an email to everyone via your server. :-(

Forward behiour

2002-02-14 Thread Simon White
: If I forward a multipart message with an text and an attachment, I want to edit the text part and still have the attachment in my message. Also, can I change the opening and closing Forwarded message and End forwarded message lines? Thanks, -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services

Re: Decrypting GPG-encoded messages

2002-02-14 Thread Simon White
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URL got lost in the headers

2002-02-14 Thread Simon White
Hello, http: //www.linuxdoc.org/HOWTO/Mutt-GnuPG-PGP-HOWTO.html This link seemed to get lost in the headers of the previous send -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A. |-tel +212.3.767.4861 |-fax +212.3.767.4863 |-14, rue 16 novembre |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Re: Decrypting GPG-encoded messages

2002-02-15 Thread Simon White
Nick Wilson's last message had 1.3.27i and was GnuPG signed. Nick? Simon. On 15-Feb-02 at 09:05, Dave Smith's transmission stated : Is anyone willing/able to send me a .muttrc which works with GnuPG and a recent version of mutt? -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A

Re: Mutt flea

2002-02-15 Thread Simon White
has added an =) when you hit backspace, the cursor actually jumps forward after the delete. This appears to be the start of the problem. -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A. |-tel +212.3.767.4861 |-fax +212.3.767.4863 |-14, rue 16 novembre |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Re: Evolution alias import?

2002-02-20 Thread Simon White
Your best bet might be to check what options for export you have in Evolution, since vCard format contains a whole load of other data, and your Mutt aliases will have to be nickname, name and email address so you won't be able to use files in vCard format. -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services

Re: Setting the hostname used in HELO

2002-02-28 Thread Simon White
there can be tweaked for you MUA = Mail User Agent (like Mutt) MTA = Mail Transfer Agent (like Sendmail (ugh!), Postfix, Exim, Qmail) -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS SA |-tel +21237674861 |-fax +21237674863 |-14, rue 16 novembre |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Re: Setting the hostname used in HELO

2002-02-28 Thread Simon White
see any configuration directive in the muttrc to specify an SMTP server to connect to There isn't one -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS SA |-tel +21237674861 |-fax +21237674863 |-14, rue 16 novembre |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Re: Is mutt really handicapped?

2002-03-01 Thread Simon White
bitching, moaning, being a purist, etc etc Just do it! It sure is an advantage to us here to be able to give a product for free, and charge just for our services Our clients can do way more with their low budgets -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS SA |-tel +21237674861 |-fax +21237674863

Re: Setting the hostname used in HELO

2002-03-04 Thread Simon White
On 03-Mar-02 at 00:24, Jonathan Irving's inspired musing was thus : * Simon White [EMAIL PROTECTED] [2002.02.28 18:02 +]: No, what I was trying to say (perhaps I wasn't clear) is that you cannot get mutt to send mail to your public SMTP server, you have to run an SMTP server on your

Deleting text in subject flea

2002-03-04 Thread Simon White
? -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS SA / \ |-tel +21237674861# GIMPS current unit progress: 2555% # |-fax +21237674863# (http://wwwmersenneorg/primehtm) # |-14, rue 16 novembre

Re: how to print html-mails - return to sender

2002-03-04 Thread Simon White
for data in special formats - so can we. why accept mails with problems anyway? Sven -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A. / \ |-tel +212.3.767.4861# GIMPS current unit progress: 25.89% # |-fax +212.3.767.4863# (http

Re: external page: vi - vim / avoid dangerous mappings!

2002-03-06 Thread Simon White
On 06-Mar-02 at 00:53, Sven Guckes's inspired musing was thus : danger, will robinson! you just might mistype 'X' with 'Z' and then all your changes are lost. Not if you have a French AZERTY or german ZSDF keyboard... -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A

Re: Saving a read E-Mail into an imap-folder - O-flag

2002-03-06 Thread Simon White
to my workstation via SSH and therefore have a 100mbps link to the mailserver at all times. -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A. |-tel +212.3.767.4861 |-fax +212.3.767.4863 |-14, rue 16 novembre |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Re: FCC to a program/pipe?

2002-03-06 Thread Simon White
: [EMAIL PROTECTED] MIT Laboratory for Computer Science http://www.angio.net/ -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A. |-tel +212.3.767.4861 |-fax +212.3.767.4863 |-14, rue 16 novembre |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco

Re: avoid dangerous mappings!

2002-03-06 Thread Simon White
On 06-Mar-02 at 11:25, Sven Guckes's inspired musing was thus : you may have heard the story about the admin who mapped F1 to :qa! - rest in peace! (it was not a pretty sight... eww.) Point taken. Hehehehe :-) -- |-Simon White |-Internet Services Manager |-MTDS S.A

Re: Setting the hostname used in HELO

2002-03-06 Thread Simon White
server. What about port-forwarding with ssh? Two contradictions... as easy to use as Mutt... ahem, well yes from a certain point of view Mutt is easy to use don't flame me. And then, if we need an easy solution... port forwarding with SSH... easy? hehee -- |-Simon White # GIMPS

Re: Mutt configuration tool

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
bandwidth :) Too many people in Open Source are reinventing the wheel, especially FTP clients, lightweight web servers, PHP photo galleries, etc -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 29.84% #-| |-Internet Services Manager # http://www.mersenne.org/prime.htm #-| |-MTDS S.A. 14

Re: Mutt configuration tool

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
. -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 30.07% #-| |-Internet Services Manager # http://www.mersenne.org/prime.htm #-| |-MTDS S.A. 14, rue 16 novembre THIS SPACE tel: +212.3.737.4861-| |-Rabat, Kingdom of MoroccoFOR RENTfax: +212.3.737.4863-|

Re: smtp/ftp referenced attachments ?

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
On Thu, 7 Mar 2002, Ron da Silva wrote: Is there a way to get mutt to recognize either of the following content types?? Should automatically retrieve this doc via email or ftp when I open that attachment, but mutt complains instead. I'm taking a stab at this, but something like a

Re: Is mutt really handicapped?

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
I do find the mouse to be useful in some cases though: If I want to go to a specific message on the screen, it would be easier to just click it with the mouse than figuring out how many times I have to hit the arrow keys to get there. Jump to message number. Also, some GUI mail clients

Re: Mutt configuration tool

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
Too many people in Open Source are reinventing the wheel, especially FTP clients, lightweight web servers, PHP photo galleries, etc But too many things in Open Source need to be reinvented, unfortunately. I don't often find that two projects that you can summarize similarly are actually

Re: mutt is not for everyone

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
:-) -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 30.24% #-| |-Internet Services Manager # http://www.mersenne.org/prime.htm #-| |-MTDS S.A. 14, rue 16 novembre:-Pd-; tel: +212.3.737.4861-| |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco Cyberneckin' fax: +212.3.737.4863-|

Re: mutt is not for everyone

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
IIRC, it's actually an app, not a cgi... here's the homepage, thanks to freshmeat :) http://www.blackie.dk/dotfile/ Yep, but on that site I don't see support for mutt... seems to have good procmail support though. However, here :- http://www.dotfiles.com/index.php3?cat_id=12 There are

Re: HTML mail

2002-03-07 Thread Simon White
On Thu, Mar 07, 2002 at 10:23:42AM -0800, Michael Montagne wrote: How do folks handle HTML mail. If I receive an attached HTML file (and HTML email, I think), autoview will decode it and I'll see it in the pager (correct term?). Then I can use v and when I view the link, Galeon is

Re: Is mutt really handicapped?

2002-03-08 Thread Simon White
. -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 31.22% #-| |-Internet Services Manager # http://www.mersenne.org/prime.htm #-| |-MTDS S.A. 14, rue 16 novembre:-Pd-; tel: +212.3.737.4861-| |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco Cyberneckin' fax: +212.3.737.4863-|

Re: Problems sending large attachments

2002-03-11 Thread Simon White
://sdb.suse.com/ The usual MTU for a modem should be 576. Higher values will cause problems. -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 35.94% #-| |-Internet Services Manager # http://www.mersenne.org/prime.htm #-| |-MTDS S.A. 14, rue 16 novembre:-Pd-; tel: +212.3.737.4861

Re: Mutt won't read inbox

2002-03-11 Thread Simon White
mailbox for whatever reason, this is 99% of the time the error they get. I don't know at what point in the chain you are losing this info, check your regular mail spool on the mail server to see if it has the lines, then check intermediaries to see if they are parsing it out. -- |-Simon White

Mutt with IMAP

2002-03-11 Thread Simon White
!!! -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 36.36% #-| |-Internet Services Manager # http://www.mersenne.org/prime.htm #-| |-MTDS S.A. 14, rue 16 novembre:-Pd-; tel: +212.3.737.4861-| |-Rabat, Kingdom of Morocco Cyberneckin' fax: +212.3.737.4863-|

Re: Semi-OT: Mailman and MUAs

2002-03-11 Thread Simon White
This list or Explicit address causes Mailman to insert a specific Reply-To: header in all messages, overriding the header in the original message if necessary (Explicit address inserts the value of reply_to_address). -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 36.47% #-| |-Internet

Re: Semi-OT: Mailman and MUAs

2002-03-11 Thread Simon White
able to subscribe to the list from http://www.mutt.org and figured that it was a Mailman interface. Didn't you use some other reason just a few minutes ago? ;-) -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 36.54% #-| |-Internet Services Manager # http://www.mersenne.org

Re: OT: date references as [yymmdd]

2002-03-13 Thread Simon White
quoted in your real name you would cause wrap. You are thus contradicting yourself if you say it should stay on one line, considering the enormous length of some email addresses and real names. -- |-Simon White # GIMPS current unit progress: 38.19% #-| |-Internet Services Manager

Non-interactive command line send

2002-03-14 Thread Simon White
. This is what I have: mutt -x -s Daily\ Garfield -a ga$theimg.jpg [EMAIL PROTECTED] ($theimg is the date in the format yymmdd, but that's not important) Obviously the email address is that of my wife and not mine. I don't need anything in the message body. TIA -- John Lennon:--v [Simon White. vim/mutt

Re: Non-interactive command line send

2002-03-14 Thread Simon White
Morocco. /Really/ puts bitching about $40 a month DSL into perspective. Mail-Followup-To: Simon White [EMAIL PROTECTED], Mutt User List [EMAIL PROTECTED] this is a closed list, isn't it? Don't follow... what am I doing wrong? -- John Lennon:--v [Simon White. vim/mutt/Linux. [EMAIL

Re: Non-interactive command line send

2002-03-14 Thread Simon White
David, Ralph... % We have this in German as well. But we use a comma: % You telepathic fiend, you. Same here in the US. *Blush* so I should have used a comma too. My mistake. My English is usually so good, too *sarcastic grin*. -- John Lennon:--v [Simon White. vim/mutt/Linux. [EMAIL

Re: Mail-Followup-To on mutt-users redundant?

2002-03-14 Thread Simon White
14-Mar-02 at 12:20, Shawn McMahon ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : This one time, at band camp, Simon White wrote: Ahh yes there is. L (list-reply). Or whatever you map it to in your muttrcs. Cool. Except it doesn't work with any mailing list I've tried. I just hit SHIFT-L

Re: Opening html links in text mail

2002-03-15 Thread Simon White
but would assume the same is true. On an somewhat related note, I have a mutt icon in PNG format which is the right size for the bottom panel if KDE users want an icon to automatically launch Mutt (I use xterm -e mutt) from the panel. -- John Lennon:--v [Simon White. vim/mutt/Linux. [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: ~/Mailbox oddness?

2002-03-15 Thread Simon White
common reason for updated access times. [sec 3.11] So it may be OK to use multiple utilities as long as they behave. -- John Lennon:--v [Simon White. vim/mutt/Linux. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS: 41.13%] Sometimes we sit and read other people's interpretations of our lyrics and think, 'Hey, that's pretty

Re: unable to connect to mail server from mutt

2002-03-15 Thread Simon White
of mail. -- John Lennon:--v [Simon White. vim/mutt/Linux. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS: 41.24%] Sometimes we sit and read other people's interpretations of our lyrics and think, 'Hey, that's pretty good.' If we liked it, we would keep our mouths shut and just accept the credit as if it was what we

Re: Changing/inserting headers with a macro - vi example

2002-03-21 Thread Simon White
folder instead of writing a mail... I haven't actually remapped but I do fall foul of sub conscious PINE keystrokes, and consider remapping, only to feel that I should stick to the defaults so I don't have to install mappings on other boxes with Mutt. -- John Lennon:--v [Simon White. vim/mutt

Re: PGP signing (newbie)

2002-03-25 Thread Simon White
which are only female in English may be unisex in other countries, or unisex with slight spelling variations. Shit I hate political correctness, but I adore linguistic debate. Sometimes the two collide and I have a little rant. Apologies to the sensitive. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt/Linux. [EMAIL

Re: Can I use mutt to notify a message to all PC users running MS Windows on the network?

2002-03-25 Thread Simon White
and reading mail, but rarely truly sending mail. Mutt could be described as a highly configurable user interface with built in functions to help with reading, indexing, sorting and generally organising e-mail on a console. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt/Linux. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS: 54.36%] v-- John Lennon

Re: setting content type in email header with mutt

2002-03-25 Thread Simon White
as to how to handle multipart/alternative email though, see the manual (search for alternative_order) and you will find info on alternative_order precedence. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:55.00% see www.mersenne.org] /\ASCII Ribbon Campaign

Re: setting content type in email header with mutt

2002-03-25 Thread Simon White
) to set the content type to multipart/alternative? That's DOG ABUSE! We should tell the RSPCA! Seriously - use a M$ mailer for such things. Now, I was waiting for someone to be less around-the-houses about it than me, and it /had/ to be Sven ;-) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED

Incredimail CRLF encoding

2002-03-25 Thread Simon White
or piped I can get rid of those in the file, but is there a simple setting I can stick in muttrc? If I RTFM is it there? -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:55.19% see www.mersenne.org] Not only does Jesus save, but he makes nightly off-site backups. [Arbitrary quotes signature

Re: Can I use mutt to notify a message to all PC users running MS Windows on the network? NOOOOO!

2002-03-26 Thread Simon White
(sendmail). -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:55.96% see www.mersenne.org] Hofstadter's Law states that projects take longer than expected, even when Hofstadter's Law is taken into account. [Arbitrary quotes signature rotation, a simple bash script by Simon White]

Re: mailbox question

2002-03-26 Thread Simon White
to find your address and copy-paste it up to the CC line. Luckily I included your address in my attribution line in my .muttrc, and now I have a good reason to have quoted it in my reply... -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:56.00% see www.mersenne.org] IDIOT, n - A member of a large

Re: mailbox question

2002-03-26 Thread Simon White
the end, and because I had already typed the reply, I was stating the exact realtime fact that I was presented with. I would not have bothered had I seen that before typing a response. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:56.41% see www.mersenne.org] If it dies, it's biology

Re: substituing ~l in send-hook

2002-03-26 Thread Simon White
will always reply just to the list address, as long as it is defined as a list in your muttrc. The reply-to should then be redundant, because people /should/ just reply to the list only. Mutt will send the correct headers if you use L. So use L ;-) Simon. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED

Re: M$ Outhouse E. for UNIX

2002-03-26 Thread Simon White
White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:56.51% see www.mersenne.org] In a time of universal lies, telling the truth is a revolutionary act. -- George Orwell [Arbitrary quotes signature rotation, a simple bash script by Simon White]

Re: substituing ~l in send-hook

2002-03-26 Thread Simon White
. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:56.53% see www.mersenne.org] Sometimes we sit and read other people's interpretations of our lyrics and think, 'Hey, that's pretty good.' If we liked it, we would keep our mouths shut and just accept the credit as if it was what we meant all along

Re: mailbox question

2002-03-26 Thread Simon White
! Sorry, you'll have to search the archive this time anyway. Who said that the path to enlightenment is not easy? -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:56.54% see www.mersenne.org] Hofstadter's Law states that projects take longer than expected, even when Hofstadter's Law is taken

Re: Optimizations?

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
clients from wherever I happen to be. keeping mail locally is a travesty if you travel and move around a lot... you never know when you will need to refer back to some old email when you are challenged by a client whilst on site. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:56.62% see

Re: ignore command does not seem to work

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
report that it runs. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:57.12% see www.mersenne.org] It is impossible to sharpen a pencil with a blunt axe. It is equally vain to try to do it with ten blunt axes instead. -- E. W. Dijkstra [Arbitrary quotes signature rotation, a simple bash script

Re: Optimizations?

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
27-Mar-02 at 08:33, Jeremy Blosser ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : On Mar 27, Simon White [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: Secondly, on a dialup link, it's too slow if you SSH somewhere and you have to /compose/ mail. For moving around the screen, even if you're good with vim (or whatever you set

Re: Optimizations?

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
was, but then I have a custom install of ME (well, as custom as you can get with a GUI and a few registry hacks). So, I have PuTTY for SSH, will look into the options and check that out tonight. Simon. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:57.19% see www.mersenne.org] Men never do evil

Re: wrong date / time in emails

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
show: 19:29:36 -0500 If you are in Germany, which your domain and time suggest, then this is not correct. It should be +0100 that appears, I think. So perhaps you have the right date/time, but the GMT offset is wrong. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:57.28% see www.mersenne.org

Re: Optimizations?

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
27-Mar-02 at 12:39, Jeremy Blosser ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : On Mar 27, Simon White [[EMAIL PROTECTED]] wrote: 27-Mar-02 at 11:09, Jeremy Blosser ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : You probably didn't have compression set. Try running ssh with the -C option. It makes a dramatic difference

Re: Optimizations?

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
improved. All my Mutt colours work beautifully too. Much better than PINE, just for the colours :) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:57.38% see www.mersenne.org] UNIX is basically a simple operating system, but you have to be a genius to understand the simplicity. -- Dennis Ritchie

Re: Irony getting in the way (Was: Re: ignore...)

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
. I see... ;) Did you just make it even more ridiculously accurate, or is that just me? Maybe Rob is really a python script which takes everything literally? -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:57.38% see www.mersenne.org] Programming today is a race between software engineers

Re: Tag or delete by date or age

2002-03-27 Thread Simon White
, three tequila, floor. -- Dennis Miller -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:57.39% see www.mersenne.org] History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon. -- Napoleon Bonaparte [Arbitrary quotes signature rotation, a simple bash script by Simon

John's sig

2002-03-28 Thread Simon White
, just a few lines, but it works wonderfully. It will just rotate through all files in my quotes directory, and automatically include anything new in there. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:58.38% see www.mersenne.org] Man will never be free until the last king is strangled

Re: Word and RTF attachments

2002-03-28 Thread Simon White
with procmail so that it works properly, because AFAIK Mutt will just obey .mailcap - or maybe you can hack .mailcap itself but I don't know. I *think* Mutt reads mailcap when you try to view an attachment, so maybe you can dynamically hack mailcap. Lots of hacking needed. Simon. -- [Simon White

Re: OT: OS definition thread

2002-03-30 Thread Simon White
to be programming, but how about file systems, and troubleshooting procedures? That is where the world at large is sadly lacking... -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:60.41% see www.mersenne.org] When the bosses talk about improving productivity, they are never talking about

Re: automating move of folders, imap to imap

2002-04-02 Thread Simon White
to each server, in which case you're not going to be doing it for a whole heap of users, are you? I don't think mutt is too good at switching IMAP servers anyway... really not the tool for the job. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.05% see www.mersenne.org] All this talk about

Re: close IMAP connections

2002-04-02 Thread Simon White
imap_checkinterval: set imap_checkinterval=60 I don't know if this will help keep your IMAP connection alive whilst in IMAP folders... -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.06% see www.mersenne.org] Whenever I watch TV and see those poor starving kids all over the world, I can't help

Re: close IMAP connections

2002-04-02 Thread Simon White
02-Apr-02 at 11:59, Dan Boger ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 04:56:41PM +, Simon White wrote: All my mailboxes are IMAP, so I don't have this problem, since I'm always connected to the server. However, I have a fairly short imap_checkinterval: set

Re: close IMAP connections

2002-04-02 Thread Simon White
for mail_check in your .muttrc? How about you, Heike? -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.06% see www.mersenne.org] Microsoft isn't the answer. Microsoft is the question, and the answer is no. [Linux user #170823 http://counter.li.org. Home cooked signature rotator.]

Re: close IMAP connections

2002-04-02 Thread Simon White
haven't had problems, and my mailbox will get polled anyway. Anyone? -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.07% see www.mersenne.org] Programming today is a race between software engineers striving to build bigger and better idiot-proof programs, and the Universe trying to produce

Re: close IMAP connections

2002-04-02 Thread Simon White
02-Apr-02 at 13:34, Dan Boger ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : On Tue, Apr 02, 2002 at 06:24:45PM +, Simon White wrote: Do you have anything set for mail_check in your .muttrc? yup - set mail_check = 5 So... let me know how you get on if you lower imap_keepalive and/or if you add the IMAP

Outhouse on Mutt-Users? Was: Re: close IMAP connections

2002-04-02 Thread Simon White
the same. Good job you said you were on holiday, with headers like X-Mailer: Microsoft Outlook Express 5.50.4807.1700 that is a travesty :) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.07% see www.mersenne.org] The only reason I'm burning my candle at both ends, is because I haven't

Re: update encoding?

2002-04-03 Thread Simon White
your clock accordingly. k9 works for Windows and Linux clients. You just need one master server on each subnet, which broadcasts the time every minute or so to all clients. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.19% see www.mersenne.org] If it dies, it's biology. If it blows up

Re: French accentuated letters in 1.3.28i - stable snapshot

2002-04-03 Thread Simon White
and are happier with them than when they ran SunOS5.8. Simon -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.24% see www.mersenne.org] Man will never be free until the last king is strangled with the entrails of the last priest. -- Diderot [Linux user #170823 http://counter.li.org. Home cooked signature

Re: How do you search to: header?

2002-04-03 Thread Simon White
03-Apr-02 at 08:26, jennyw ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : Thanks to everyone for the help! Is there a place where the default key bindings are listed? For example, l being the key for limit isn't in help. Thanks! It is. Right after k (previous message). Simon. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt

Re: How do you search to: header?

2002-04-03 Thread Simon White
looking at the lower case and upper case values? They are different, l and L have different functions. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.26% see www.mersenne.org] Sometimes we sit and read other people's interpretations of our lyrics and think, 'Hey, that's pretty good.' If we

Re: outgoingmail

2002-04-03 Thread Simon White
that does this. This also looks reasonably useful: http://users.binary.net/dturley/linux/sendmail.html -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.27% see www.mersenne.org] IDIOT, n - A member of a large and powerful tribe whose influence in human affairs has always been dominant

Re: gnupg signing w/ mutt

2002-04-05 Thread Simon White
(the keys here being physical objects, rather than cryptographic keys) is actually at fault. Oh the travesty of Outlook. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.68% see www.mersenne.org] History is the version of past events that people have decided to agree upon. -- Napoleon

OT: language-problem - krauts and kittys

2002-04-05 Thread Simon White
and French; they CANNOT translate some terms at all, because they have a psychological block. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.68% see www.mersenne.org] Recognizing disagreements in belief requires having enough agreements in belief to translate or understand the words

Re: OT: language-problem - krauts and kittys

2002-04-05 Thread Simon White
should interfere with her computer... ;-) Yeah, on the phone. Luckily, because by the time she got back off hold there were tears in all the support guy's faces :) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:61.70% see www.mersenne.org] Men never do evil so completely and cheerfully

Re: undelete

2002-04-09 Thread Simon White
you synchronise your mailbox, then the message is deleted. To have a trash folder requires patching or a specific set of hooks and general .muttrc tomfoolery Simon -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:62.35% see www.mersenne.org] All this talk about everyone being connected

Re: imap behavior

2002-04-09 Thread Simon White
for deleting will automatically be purged without prompting. If set to no, messages marked for deletion will be kept in the mailbox. The other question was related to purge. This is mapped by default to $ in mutt, otherwise use sync-mailbox mapped to whichever key you prefer. -- [Simon White

Re: imap behavior

2002-04-09 Thread Simon White
sync. Why should I flag to delete and not want to delete that session? I will move it to another folder if it's for reading later, and just delete and be done with it if it is read and there is no action for it. I press $ sync-mailbox a LOT. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS

Re: imap behavior

2002-04-09 Thread Simon White
09-Apr-02 at 09:31, David Collantes ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : On 04-09-2002 at 08:56 EDT, Simon White [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: [...] Set your server to automatically purge Deleted Messages. They won't ever use it to store mail again ;-) [...] How are you accomplishing

Re: imap behavior

2002-04-09 Thread Simon White
left and went to the US years ago ;-) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:63.83% see www.mersenne.org] Not only does Jesus save, but he makes nightly off-site backups. [Linux user #170823 http://counter.li.org. Home cooked signature rotator.]

Re: imap behavior

2002-04-09 Thread Simon White
in that pond? :-) Plenty room in this pond. More dollars per capita in the US pond though ;-) my salary here makes work seem more like a hobby than anything else... but I'm learning fast and enjoying the ride so far. Until someone makes me an offer of course. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL

Re: wrap text

2002-04-09 Thread Simon White
(i.e. it says something) about it. 1--1=2 -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:64.09% see www.mersenne.org] IDIOT, n - A member of a large and powerful tribe whose influence in human affairs has always been dominant and controlling. -- Ambrose Bierce [Linux user #170823 http

Re: HTML Mail

2002-04-11 Thread Simon White
it explicitly look at use_mailcap Could be a permissions issue with mutt being unable to read the mailcap file of course. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:66.77% see www.mersenne.org] /\ASCII Ribbon Campaign \ /Respect for open standards X

Re: HTML Mail

2002-04-11 Thread Simon White
running everythign as user ian, which is who owns .mailcap: [ian@buzz:~]$ ls -la .mailcap -rw-r--r-- 1 ian users 30 Apr 10 14:19 .mailcap Exactly the same permissions I have. Is links in the $PATH? -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:66.97% see www.mersenne.org

Re: [OT] cc: poster vs reply-only-to-list

2002-04-12 Thread Simon White
personalities... Simon. -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:67.13% see www.mersenne.org] Recognizing disagreements in belief requires having enough agreements in belief to translate or understand the words and deeds of my opponent. -- Anthony O'Hear (combining, somewhat, several

Re: forward message

2002-04-16 Thread Simon White
knowledge of C, so I have to search for code that does the right thing and screw around with it, and heaven knows whether that will give the best approach :) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:74.84% see www.mersenne.org] Sometimes we sit and read other people's interpretations of our

Re: fork() ?

2002-04-17 Thread Simon White
;-) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:76.07% see www.mersenne.org] Recognizing disagreements in belief requires having enough agreements in belief to translate or understand the words and deeds of my opponent. -- Anthony O'Hear (combining, somewhat, several modern philosophers).

[OT] using mutt like OE - KILL

2002-04-19 Thread Simon White
people to the Google cached versions. What happened to the webserver? -- Jr arrq xvyysvyrf gung npghnyyl *xvyy*! I thought you weren't happy about seeing that quoted, and now you are quoting it yourself... -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:79.26% see www.mersenne.org] Man

Re: AW: IMAP to Exchange

2002-04-19 Thread Simon White
on the network /pretending/ to be a mail server ;-) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:79.19% see www.mersenne.org] When the bosses talk about improving productivity, they are never talking about themselves. [Linux user #170823 http://counter.li.org. Home cooked signature rotator.]

Re: quotes - set attribution=`script`

2002-04-19 Thread Simon White
Else quote some other attribution... -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:79.78% see www.mersenne.org] Be who you are and say what you feel, because those who mind don't matter and those who matter don't mind. -- Dr. Seuss [Linux user #170823 http://counter.li.org. Home cooked

Re: [Announce] mutt-1.3.99 is out

2002-05-02 Thread Simon White
test this versin thoroughly. It's, obviously, intended to be the Very Last Beta Before 1.4 (TM). I'm waiting for 1.3.99.1 ;-) -- [Simon White. vim/mutt. [EMAIL PROTECTED] GIMPS:99.30% see www.mersenne.org] All this talk about everyone being connected to the Internet by the year ignores

Re: mailbox read only

2002-05-04 Thread Simon White
01-May-02 at 10:38, Willy S ([EMAIL PROTECTED]) wrote : hi, Yesterday I was playing with my procmailrc, and spambouncer. Since then, I can not delete the mail in my mailbox (/var/spool/mail/sutrisno). The message at the bottom of Mutt says: Mailbox is read-only. There is a toggle read-only

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