Re: Arbitrarily setting From: header in Mutt
On Tue, Feb 12, 2002 at 03:37:03PM -0500, dman wrote:
> On Wed, Feb 13, 2002 at 02:22:30AM +0800, csj wrote:
> You can edit the headers individually in the screen that appears after
> you compose the body but before you actually send (where you can also
> add attachments).
Now that you mentioned it, a recheck of ?help makes me sheepish.
Still I think from a user-friendliness point of view, an option to
change From: should be available before you WRITE the message.
> If determining which From: to use is regular, the following technique
> may help you :
> set realname=dman
> set firstname.lastname@example.org
> set use_from
> send-hook '<pattern to match>' \
> 'set realname="other_name" from="other_addr"'
I'm still trying to see if I can get away with
Patrick<email@example.com>'s simpler -hook formula.
> Q: What is the difference betwee open-source and commercial software?
> A: If you have a problem with commercial software you can call a phone
> number and they will tell you it might be solved in a future version.
> For open-source sofware there isn't a phone number to call, but you
> get the solution within a day.
Nitpick: commercial doesn't necessarily mean non-open (or non-free as
rms would say it).
Collective thanks to all who pitched in with suggestions. Hope this
comes out as pretty as my sylpheed-claws mail.