Re: Matching on any header line

2014-08-12 Thread Nico Schottelius
David Bremner [Mon, Aug 11, 2014 at 01:37:50PM -0300]: Nico Schottelius nico-notmuch-m...@schottelius.org writes: I have the problem that often To/Cc do not reveal the real destination, so I would like to match on X-Original-To: or Delivered-To: header lines. So I was wondering, if

`notmuch-escape-boolean-term': Broken for non-ascii characters

2014-08-12 Thread Moritz Ulrich
Hello, I recently adopted notmuch as my primary way to read mail, so thank you for this great tool! Unfortunately, I ran into a problem of the Emacs side of the project when used in a non-ascii environment: Having a tag named 'uni-köln', the tag:-completion doesn't work. This is caused by

Re: `notmuch-escape-boolean-term': Broken for non-ascii characters

2014-08-12 Thread Austin T. Clements
Quoting Moritz Ulrich mor...@tarn-vedra.de: Hello, I recently adopted notmuch as my primary way to read mail, so thank you for this great tool! Unfortunately, I ran into a problem of the Emacs side of the project when used in a non-ascii environment: Having a tag named 'uni-köln', the

Re: `notmuch-escape-boolean-term': Broken for non-ascii characters

2014-08-12 Thread Moritz Ulrich
Austin T. Clements acleme...@csail.mit.edu writes: Quoting Moritz Ulrich mor...@tarn-vedra.de: Hello, I recently adopted notmuch as my primary way to read mail, so thank you for this great tool! Unfortunately, I ran into a problem of the Emacs side of the project when used in a non-ascii

`notmuch-escape-boolean-term': Broken for non-ascii characters

2014-08-12 Thread Austin T. Clements
Quoting Moritz Ulrich : > Hello, > > I recently adopted notmuch as my primary way to read mail, so thank you > for this great tool! > > Unfortunately, I ran into a problem of the Emacs side of the project > when used in a non-ascii environment: > > Having a tag named 'uni-k?ln', the