Re: [OT] Mutt Threading (was Re: LOGO (with the turtle))
On Sun, May 06, 2001 at 12:07:22PM +0100, Sean Quinlan wrote:
> * Preben Randhol <email@example.com> (2001-05-06 11:19):
> > "Karsten M. Self" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote on 06/05/2001 (11:34) :
> > > Note that it's preferable to compose a new message rather than replying
> > > to an existing thread when starting a new topic. Your post is threaded
> > > beneath a discussion on storage in my mailreader.
> > Then I think you need to check your mailreader as it appears as a normal
> > tread on my mailread, mutt. I cannot see anything in the header that
> > indicate why this should be threaded under a different thread.
> Funny enough, I use mutt as well, and I also saw the message as part
> of an existing thread. The mail that Andrew Hagen sent appeared as a
> reply to a mail by Alvin Oga. A quick look at the headers reveals
> that Alvin had the following header:
> Message-ID: <[🔎] Pine.LNX.3.96.1010503160605.3768A-100000@Maggie.Linux-Consulting.com>
> and in Andrew's mail:
> In-Reply-To: <[🔎] Pine.LNX.3.96.1010503160605.3768A-100000@Maggie.Linux-Consulting.com>
> That seems to be why its threaded under an existing discussion on my
> machine, but I'm interested as to why its showing up as a new topic on
> yours. Do you know of any mutt setting that would do this?
one possibility might be -- having deleted the original message,
wouldn't the 'reply' wind up under its own thread?
DEBIAN NEWBIE TIP #28 from Will Trillich <email@example.com>
Would you like to have rxvt show you useful information in the
TITLE BAR of its X window? For example, to see your "present
working directory" in the title bar, include this in your command
export PS1="\e]0;\w^V^G\u@\h$ "
Anything between the "\e]0;" and the control-G will be displayed
as the title of the rxvt window. (Here, ^G is preceded by ^V
showing how to insert one into an editor.)
Also see http://newbieDoc.sourceForge.net/ ...