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Re: cc'ing (was Re: Mozilla goes GTK+ instead of Qt)

On Mon, 2 Nov 1998 01:51:36 +0100, Wichert Akkerman wrote:

>Welcome to the UNIX-way of doing things: seperate the mailreader from the
>deliverer in this case. Yes, that does mean you need two configure an
>extra program, but it will give you much more power such as automatic
>actions on messages while you're not online.

    And I ask why the MUA is the only client which has this deficiency called
a "feature."

>Very true. Personally I like it that way, but I'm sure lots of other people
>would like to do this from within the program. I usually find that an
>interface to configuring something this powerful/complex either makes the
>interface very counter-intuitive or very only exposes a very limited set
>of the options.

    For mail clients I've never seen that.  Besides, one *can* have both,
look at pine.

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