Re: pine & mutt
John Galt <email@example.com> wrote:
> On Sun, 21 Feb 1999, Steve Lamb wrote:
> > On Sun, Feb 21, 1999 at 07:50:57AM +0100, Frederick Page wrote:
> > > Well I tried pine at first (it did news, but not too good), then tried
> > > SLRN, which was pretty good, but had no nice filtering/scoring. Then
> > > I tried tin and it's IMHO great.
> > Aroo? In what way is SLRN's scoring poor? IMHO it is pretty much
> > perfect and IIRC it had scoring before tin did.
> I dunno about scoring--I rarely use the function, but I re-migrated back
> to TRN when I realized that SLRN had no killfiles, what I consider to be
> an essential tool in USENET.
If a give a person or a subject a score of -9999 it is killed and I
don't see his articles anymore. This score can also be lowered by the
configuration to other values. So you have a combined Score- and
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