Re: [Nmh-workers] Blockers for 1.7.1.

2018-02-19 Thread Ken Hornstein
>> But even though we are using GNU iconv, it turns out that in the old >> code iconv_elides_question_marks was set to 0. > >Right. I just committed 8ed8876c6, which basically restores the old >behavior of the test in that respect. It works on Mac OS X. On all >platforms, it skips the tests

Re: [Nmh-workers] Blockers for 1.7.1.

2018-02-19 Thread David Levine
Ken wrote: > Should I just spin another 1.7.1 release candidate? Please! David -- Nmh-workers https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/nmh-workers

Re: [Nmh-workers] Blockers for 1.7.1.

2018-02-19 Thread David Levine
Ken wrote: > But even though we are using GNU iconv, it turns out that in the old > code iconv_elides_question_marks was set to 0. Right. I just committed 8ed8876c6, which basically restores the old behavior of the test in that respect. It works on Mac OS X. On all platforms, it skips the

Re: [Nmh-workers] Using different transport methods depending on receipient

2018-02-19 Thread Ralph Corderoy
Hi Thomas, > I usually send emails through my mail provider's SMTP server, but I > sometimes send mail to my local computer. How could I specify that the > manner of sending should depend on the recipient? Is `sendfrom' in send(1) any help? It's sender, not recipient, but perhaps you can alter

[Nmh-workers] Using different transport methods depending on receipient

2018-02-19 Thread Thomas Levine
I usually send emails through my mail provider's SMTP server, but I sometimes send mail to my local computer. How could I specify that the manner of sending should depend on the recipient? At present, since I haven't figured this out, I use a separate MUA when I want to send local mail. --

Re: [Nmh-workers] Using different transport methods depending on receipient

2018-02-19 Thread Ken Hornstein
>I usually send emails through my mail provider's SMTP server, but >I sometimes send mail to my local computer. How could I specify that >the manner of sending should depend on the recipient? At present, >since I haven't figured this out, I use a separate MUA when I want to >send local mail.

Re: [Nmh-workers] Using different transport methods depending on receipient

2018-02-19 Thread Ken Hornstein
>Ralph pointed you to 'sendfrom' support, but that's only useful for >changing post(8) swiches based on the recipient. Sigh. I meant to say, "changing post(8) switches based on the SENDER". --Ken -- Nmh-workers https://lists.nongnu.org/mailman/listinfo/nmh-workers