Re: mail signature
On Mon, Dec 13, 1999 at 06:28:05PM -0800, Pann McCuaig wrote:
> On Mon, Dec 13, 1999 at 18:02, Drew Parsons wrote:
> > What I want is to be able to arbitrarily decide manually when I want the
> > signature appended. This would be similar to choosing the role in pine when
> > composing a message. Just to be able to press 'S' in the compose menu to
> > toggle between appending the signature or not. It seems strange that this
> > kind of option is not present in mutt, allowing one's whim to append a
> > signature.
> I't more than 'S' but not much more and if you're doing it too often
> then you probably want to set something up in your .muttrc. Or make your
> own macro to do it.
Thanks! That sounds good enough.
My source hack sort of works. The problem is that the signature is appended
*before* you start composing (so you can actually edit it), so my toggle
idea in the compose menu doesn't really help so much.
Your solution sounds OK! However, I can't get it to work! 'G' doesn't
respond! I don't know why. 'A' (attach message) works. I can see it in
the list of options when I press '?' ("get temporary copy of file") I could
just attach it as a file via 'a', but then it won't be appended to the message.
> There is a mutt mailing list BTW, with many mutt gurus responding to
> this sort of question all the time.
Yeah, I had a look there first in the archives, but they didn't seem to
address this particular aspect. I felt I should ask among my "own"
Debianites before crossing over to them.