Re: questions about mutt
Brian Nelson <email@example.com> writes:
> Err, yeah, there's a way to run Emacs as a client/server. I think you
> start the original Emacs with something like "emacs -f server-start",
> and then you set your editor in mutt to "emacsclient" and it'll use the
> server process. It's been a while since I've done this though.
You can also do this from .emacs, IIRC. (server-start) ? Sorry I don't
use Gnu EMacs nowadays.
The other really nice add-on for mutt/slrn with the emacsen is post.el !
Put it in your load-path, compile it and put (require 'post) in .emacs.
It gives you message highlighting, quote-stripping, selectable signatures
and a variety of other useful functions.
It makes mail/news without Gnus just about bearable - but only just!
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