Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-10 Thread Albin Stjerna
Jani Nikula wrote: > It seems to be list mail. It would not surprise me that some ill-advised > mailing list manager would decode and re-encode the subject. One could > try sending the same message directly and through the list, and see if > there's a difference. Possibly, though I don't have

Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-10 Thread Albin Stjerna
Jani Nikula wrote: > Is that entirely on one line in the original message file? If not, where > exactly is it split? It's in one line. > Either way, at a glance, it seems like the encoding is malformed. I > think the encoded-word ("=?" charset "?" encoding "?" encoded-text "?=") > should be

Re: Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-10 Thread Albin Stjerna
Jani Nikula wrote: Is that entirely on one line in the original message file? If not, where exactly is it split? It's in one line. Either way, at a glance, it seems like the encoding is malformed. I think the encoded-word (=? charset ? encoding ? encoded-text ?=) should be separated by

Re: Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-10 Thread Albin Stjerna
Jani Nikula wrote: It seems to be list mail. It would not surprise me that some ill-advised mailing list manager would decode and re-encode the subject. One could try sending the same message directly and through the list, and see if there's a difference. Possibly, though I don't have the

Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-09 Thread Albin Stjerna
Jani Nikula wrote: > On Fri, 08 Feb 2013, Albin Stjerna wrote: > > I've been noticing that notmuch has some problems decoding certain > > strangely-encoded non-ascii characters in certain emails. For example, > > today I got this: [BIBLIST] Digitaliseringensprojektens skadl

Re: Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-09 Thread Albin Stjerna
Jani Nikula wrote: On Fri, 08 Feb 2013, Albin Stjerna albin.stje...@gmail.com wrote: I've been noticing that notmuch has some problems decoding certain strangely-encoded non-ascii characters in certain emails. For example, today I got this: [BIBLIST] Digitaliseringensprojektens skadliga

Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-08 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi, I've been noticing that notmuch has some problems decoding certain strangely-encoded non-ascii characters in certain emails. For example, today I got this: [BIBLIST] Digitaliseringensprojektens skadliga f=?ISO-8859-1?Q?=F6rk=E4rlek_f=F6r_?= PDF-formatet (should be rendered:

Bug: problem decoding some non-ascii characters in subjects

2013-02-08 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi, I've been noticing that notmuch has some problems decoding certain strangely-encoded non-ascii characters in certain emails. For example, today I got this: [BIBLIST] Digitaliseringensprojektens skadliga f=?ISO-8859-1?Q?=F6rk=E4rlek_f=F6r_?= PDF-formatet (should be rendered:

Unicode characters are incorrectly reproduced when forwarding mail

2013-01-07 Thread Albin Stjerna
Tomi Ollila wrote: > On Sat, Jan 05 2013, Albin Stjerna wrote: > > Hi! > > > > When forwarding an email containing (what I think is) unicode characters > > (primarily umlauts), these are incorrectly re-entered as strange escaped > > characters (? be

Re: Unicode characters are incorrectly reproduced when forwarding mail

2013-01-07 Thread Albin Stjerna
Tomi Ollila wrote: On Sat, Jan 05 2013, Albin Stjerna albin.stje...@gmail.com wrote: Hi! When forwarding an email containing (what I think is) unicode characters (primarily umlauts), these are incorrectly re-entered as strange escaped characters (ä becomes \344, å becomes \345 and so

Unicode characters are incorrectly reproduced when forwarding mail

2013-01-05 Thread Albin Stjerna
Tomi Ollila wrote: > On Sat, Jan 05 2013, Albin Stjerna wrote: > What version of notmuch are you using? There has been some fixes > in this front done since 0.14 (i.e. currently only available from git) I'm using 0.14. Might try to upgrade to the latest version from git then

Unicode characters are incorrectly reproduced when forwarding mail

2013-01-05 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi! When forwarding an email containing (what I think is) unicode characters (primarily umlauts), these are incorrectly re-entered as strange escaped characters (? becomes \344, ? becomes \345 and so on). Then, when I try to send the email, I get an error about the message containing

Unicode characters are incorrectly reproduced when forwarding mail

2013-01-05 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi! When forwarding an email containing (what I think is) unicode characters (primarily umlauts), these are incorrectly re-entered as strange escaped characters (ä becomes \344, å becomes \345 and so on). Then, when I try to send the email, I get an error about the message containing

Re: Unicode characters are incorrectly reproduced when forwarding mail

2013-01-05 Thread Albin Stjerna
Tomi Ollila wrote: On Sat, Jan 05 2013, Albin Stjerna albin.stje...@gmail.com wrote: What version of notmuch are you using? There has been some fixes in this front done since 0.14 (i.e. currently only available from git) I'm using 0.14. Might try to upgrade to the latest version from git

[PATCH] emacs: Add configurable wrapping width for notmuch-wash-wrap-long-lines

2012-06-28 Thread Albin Stjerna
Daniel Schoepe wrote: > This introduces a variable to control after how many characters a line > is wrapped by notmuch-wash-wrap-long-lines (still wrapping at the > window width if it is lower). Hi! Did this patch make it into mainline notmuch? Because I can't find the variable

Re: [PATCH] emacs: Add configurable wrapping width for notmuch-wash-wrap-long-lines

2012-06-28 Thread Albin Stjerna
Daniel Schoepe wrote: This introduces a variable to control after how many characters a line is wrapped by notmuch-wash-wrap-long-lines (still wrapping at the window width if it is lower). Hi! Did this patch make it into mainline notmuch? Because I can't find the variable

Problem with invalid characters when using notmuch-reply

2012-06-04 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi! I have a very confusing problem. When replying to a message containing special characters (read: non-ascii), they show up as mysteriously escaped characters, such as \345 (where the letter ? should be). When sending these replies, I get an error about my message containing non-printable

Problem with invalid characters when using notmuch-reply

2012-06-04 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi! I have a very confusing problem. When replying to a message containing special characters (read: non-ascii), they show up as mysteriously escaped characters, such as \345 (where the letter ä should be). When sending these replies, I get an error about my message containing non-printable

Can't run my functions using notmuch--add-tag since update

2012-04-02 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi! I have a number of functions in my Emacs config to add standard tags to emails in notmuch. Since a recent upgrade of notmuch on debian testing (current version 0.12, not sure what the older version was), these functions no longer seem to work. For example, running this function: (defun

Can't run my functions using notmuch-search/show-add-tag since update

2012-04-02 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi! I have a number of functions in my Emacs config to add standard tags to emails in notmuch. Since a recent upgrade of notmuch on debian testing (current version 0.12, not sure what the older version was), these functions no longer seem to work. For example, running this function: (defun

Re: newbie questions

2012-02-06 Thread albin stjerna
On Fri, 3 Feb 2012 12:59:34 +0100, Tamas Papp tkp...@gmail.com wrote: Hi, Hi Tamas, and (I suppose) welcome to the Notmuch mailing list! I just started using notmuch. It is fascinating, but I still need to figure out a few things: 1. How can I restrict searches (eg of my inbox) to the last

newbie questions

2012-02-05 Thread albin stjerna
On Fri, 3 Feb 2012 12:59:34 +0100, Tamas Papp wrote: > Hi, Hi Tamas, and (I suppose) welcome to the Notmuch mailing list! > I just started using notmuch. It is fascinating, but I still need to > figure out a few things: > > 1. How can I restrict searches (eg of my inbox) to the last few >

Notmuch mail notifier applet for Gnome?

2011-07-15 Thread Albin Stjerna
On Fri, 15 Jul 2011 14:11:23 -0400, Jason Woofenden wrote: > Albin, > > I couldn't find any existing program to get put text into the gnome > panel, so I eventually built something: Funny. So did I. :) I actually hacked up my first pyGTK-based program, ever:

Re: Notmuch mail notifier applet for Gnome?

2011-07-15 Thread Albin Stjerna
On Fri, 15 Jul 2011 14:11:23 -0400, Jason Woofenden ja...@jasonwoof.com wrote: Albin, I couldn't find any existing program to get put text into the gnome panel, so I eventually built something: Funny. So did I. :) I actually hacked up my first pyGTK-based program, ever:

Notmuch mail notifier applet for Gnome?

2011-07-13 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi all I've been using a simple notmuch count-based script together with xmobar in xmonad to notify me of new mail. However, I'm thinking of switching to a Gnome/xmonad-based combo, thus giving up xmobar. I've been looking for a replacement to my mail checker that would work with gnome-panel,

Notmuch mail notifier applet for Gnome?

2011-07-12 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hi all I've been using a simple notmuch count-based script together with xmobar in xmonad to notify me of new mail. However, I'm thinking of switching to a Gnome/xmonad-based combo, thus giving up xmobar. I've been looking for a replacement to my mail checker that would work with gnome-panel,

Hiding HTML mime-parts and/or scrubbing (gmail's) HTML-based citation

2011-02-23 Thread Albin Stjerna
On Tue, 22 Feb 2011 14:59:03 -0500, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote: > I'm running the crypto branch (from jrollins, available at > git://finestructure.net/notmuch ), which incorporates dme's multipart > MIME overhaul. Ah. I've now built and installed that one, and it works as you described it.

Hiding HTML mime-parts and/or scrubbing (gmail's) HTML-based citation

2011-02-22 Thread Albin Stjerna
On Tue, 22 Feb 2011 13:33:56 -0500, Daniel Kahn Gillmor wrote: > i think the correct solution would have nothing to do with text/html vs > text/plain, but would have to do with whether the message is > multipart/mixed or multipart/alternative. Thanks for pointing that out ? I see my poor

Hiding HTML mime-parts and/or scrubbing (gmail's) HTML-based citation

2011-02-22 Thread Albin Stjerna
Hello, notmuch list! I've noticed many email clients (gmail most notably) send all mails?even when strictly unnecessary?both as html and as plain text MIME, making them harder to read in standard (Emacs) notmuch?you get each message two times! Also, the html view doesn't handle citing very well,

Org-mode support

2011-02-15 Thread Albin Stjerna
On Sun, 13 Feb 2011 23:24:46 +0100, Matthieu Lemerre wrote: > I use this to empty my inbox and quickly store todo items to my TODO > list/gtd file along the way. I use it in much the same fashion. Very useful?thank you! :) Does it have its own code repository somewhere by the way? > I believe

Re: Org-mode support

2011-02-14 Thread Albin Stjerna
On Sun, 13 Feb 2011 23:24:46 +0100, Matthieu Lemerre ra...@free.fr wrote: I use this to empty my inbox and quickly store todo items to my TODO list/gtd file along the way. I use it in much the same fashion. Very useful—thank you! :) Does it have its own code repository somewhere by the way?

SpamAssassin or: why can't I search for »[«?

2010-06-16 Thread Albin Stjerna
I recently switched to notmuch, and I'm mostly happy with it. I do however have one issue: my mail server runs SpamAssassin, which tags the subject header of mail considered spam with ?[SPAM]?. I've been trying to get notmuch to apply the tag ?spam? to these mails, but it seems I can neither make

SpamAssassin or: why can't I search for »[«?

2010-06-16 Thread Albin Stjerna
I recently switched to notmuch, and I'm mostly happy with it. I do however have one issue: my mail server runs SpamAssassin, which tags the subject header of mail considered spam with »[SPAM]«. I've been trying to get notmuch to apply the tag »spam« to these mails, but it seems I can neither make