Re: Multiple 'To' in mutt
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On Wed, Oct 15, 2003 at 12:15:19AM -0400, Naitik Shah wrote:
> I'm trying to shift to mutt full time, and I'm amazed at how little it
> sucks (!).
I believe mutt gets both RMS's and ESR's seal of approvals, and they
both have so much as said that they dedicate their efforts to
"software that which does not suck."
> I do have one question though, how do I add people to the
> 'To', 'Cc' and 'Bcc' fields from my address book?
Since you don't get to see who is in the BCC field, count that one out.
> Also, on a side note, I'm using a local IMAP server for a local account
> using Maildir, and I was wondering if mutt is strict with Maildir?
Why do it this way to begin with, when mutt is easier to deal with
working against local spools?
.''`. Paul Johnson <email@example.com>
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