RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Ciprian Dorin Craciun
Hello all! (Sorry for the long email.) I'm "struggling" for some time to get rid of the current "de-facto" email solutions (i.e. GMail, Zimbra), and I've passively observed for some time the notmuch project and community. Although I've forwarded all my email to a single account, and

RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Austin Clements
Much of the beauty of notmuch is how few assumptions it makes about your mail system. It plays well with others. For example, one deep insight of notmuch is that it *doesn't* require a custom mail store, even though a more obvious design might; in fact, it doesn't even require Maildir. That

RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Ben Gamari
On Sun, 20 Mar 2011 16:07:50 +0200, Ciprian Dorin Craciun wrote: > Hello all! (Sorry for the long email.) > > [snip] > > * the most feature full UI is the Emacs one -- thus limited remote > access (I mean from an arbitrary computer with only a web-browser); > (and I'm not a very big fan

RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Brett Viren
On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 10:07 AM, Ciprian Dorin Craciun wrote: > ? ?I'm "struggling" for some time to get rid of the current > "de-facto" email solutions (i.e. GMail, Zimbra), and I've passively > observed for some time the notmuch project and community. It sounds like what you want *is* GMail

RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Ciprian Dorin Craciun
Hello all! (Sorry for the long email.) I'm struggling for some time to get rid of the current de-facto email solutions (i.e. GMail, Zimbra), and I've passively observed for some time the notmuch project and community. Although I've forwarded all my email to a single account, and I'm

Re: RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Brett Viren
On Sun, Mar 20, 2011 at 10:07 AM, Ciprian Dorin Craciun ciprian.crac...@gmail.com wrote:    I'm struggling for some time to get rid of the current de-facto email solutions (i.e. GMail, Zimbra), and I've passively observed for some time the notmuch project and community. It sounds like what

Re: RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Ben Gamari
On Sun, 20 Mar 2011 16:07:50 +0200, Ciprian Dorin Craciun ciprian.crac...@gmail.com wrote: Hello all! (Sorry for the long email.) [snip] * the most feature full UI is the Emacs one -- thus limited remote access (I mean from an arbitrary computer with only a web-browser); (and I'm

Re: RFC: notmuch powered (personal) (end-to-end) e-mail system

2011-03-20 Thread Austin Clements
Much of the beauty of notmuch is how few assumptions it makes about your mail system. It plays well with others. For example, one deep insight of notmuch is that it *doesn't* require a custom mail store, even though a more obvious design might; in fact, it doesn't even require Maildir. That