On Sun, 30 Oct 2016, David Bremner wrote:
> I'm not using remote access, and I don't really have opinions about the
> best way to do it. I do have 2 concerns about the overall idea
> 1. I worry about the maintenance burden of extra code ./configure
> 2. I worry about
On Fri, 04 Nov 2016, David Bremner wrote:
> I wonder if this some kind of race condition in `notmuch new`
Do you have some other software modifying your mail store while you're
running notmuch new?
Mark Walters writes:
> We want to use "e" for editting postponed messages in show, and in
> tree view, so remove the binding for the function which does
This needs rebasing. I did the merge by hand and I think it works out,
but other recent changes to
This is intended to decrease the chance of people ending up with a bunch
of plaintext drafts of encrypted messages without knowing it.
The check is intentionally overcautious; I think the false positive of
misplaced #secure tag is probably OK here.
This is somewhat RFC. The regex needs to be
This version looks good to me +1
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Last night I got this error from my `notmuch new --quiet` cron job. The
file that the error message complains about is now in the cur directory
of the maildir at the following path.
David Bremner writes:
> This hook can be used to update the message based on the results of
> address completion. For example using message-templ or gnus-alias to set
> the From address based on the To address just completed.
> The post-completion command is added to the
Paul Wise wrote:
> Last night I got this error from my `notmuch new --quiet` cron job. The
> file that the error message complains about is now in the cur directory
> of the maildir at the following path.
> I wonder if this some kind of
This add a pre-send hook for any checks the user wants to run before
sending the message. If any function in the hook returns nil then the
send will abort.
One use would be to check that the from address is appropriate for the
recipients (i.e., test From: based on To: and Cc:), but many other
I noticed that https://notmuchmail.org/emacstips/#index21h2 is stale
(the patch it mentions is now part of notmuch). Is there a git
repository for the website that I can suggest patches against?
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On Fri, 04 Nov 2016, Matt Armstrong wrote:
> I noticed that https://notmuchmail.org/emacstips/#index21h2 is stale
> (the patch it mentions is now part of notmuch). Is there a git
> repository for the website that I can suggest patches against?
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