Re: Private copies of list replies
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- Date: Thu, 30 Mar 2006 00:41:33 +0200
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Sorry for the late answer, but I was in Turkey.
Am 2006-03-13 20:20:00, schrieb Benjamin Seidenberg:
> How many Joe/Jane users do you think can handle the complexity and
> different paradigm required by mutt? These mailers are easy to use, and
The question is: What is complex?
I have splited the muttrc in smaller logical files and coded a simpel
xdialog interface which can someone use to configure mutt basicly.
But where is the problem?
If you have a GUI, you must read, where to set options.
Same if you open your muttrc in your prefered editor.
So its only an excuise for braidamaged Windows-Users.
AND, -- how often do you change your setings?
I have changed my muttrc the last time for 2 or three years.
Only added some lists to my "subscribe" include
> are well integrated into the desktop environment. Most importantly, they
> offer GUI/Point-and-Click interfaces so that they are easy to use.
Where is the different between "r", "L" and "g" and the mouse?
I read and write my Messages with my hands and these are laying
on my Keyboard. If there are no Keybindings I need a Mouse, for
which I must leave my Keyboard... This is non-productiv!
> (I want to set up mutt eventually, but I don't have the time to relearn
> mail at the mmomment. Perhaps this summer).
What do you want to learn?
I was switchin in 03/1999 from WfW3.11/NT4.0 to Debian entirely,
one day to another after someone borke into my appartement and
had stolen my whole M$ Software for more then 80.000 US$.
Becasue M$ wont replace and I had no money, I had to switch to
GNU/Linux. Now I am since 7 years M$-Free!
Oh the MUA... It was Eudora Lite/Pro and the I have use mutt.
the defaults are allready suitable for working under Debian.
> Again, how many Joe users are going to install extensions or mess around
> with their prefs.js to set up arbitrary headers ("headers? what are
> those")? This sort of thing has to work out of the box for everyone.
Do they need such stuff? What "arbitrary headers" should the set?
I do not knoe one, which must be set, to post/reply correctly to
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