Re: netiquette: CCing on lists
On Thu, Oct 30, 2003 at 02:17:52AM +0000, Karsten M. Self wrote:
> My .muttrc highlights my own posts (bright cyan) in index view, and
> notes posts in response to or mentioning my name (easier for me than
> some folk) (cyan). So my posts and any replies/references stand out.
Drifting off the off-topic thread... ;)
So, how do you have that setup? I suppose the same way I do. Let's
color header white default "^from: *
color header white default "^subject: *
color index yellow black "~x hank\.org" # References
color index green black "~i hank\.org" # Message ID
color index blue black "~h In-Reply-To:.*hank\.org
I use imap, and I had those setup on my laptop (which is normally on my
LAN). I was away on a trip and forgot I had those set and, man, it was
slow reading my mail. I find that things like D. (Delete messages
matching) are really slow in mutt due to those header checks.
I assume that's because the entire message is fetched from the imap
server. I don't suppose it's possible with imap to fetch just the
message headers and save some of that bandwidth.
It's interesting how much spam I get that's color coded.