Re: What am I missing without mutt?
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On 02/04/08 18:15, BartlebyScrivener wrote:
> On Feb 4, 5:20 pm, "Steve Lamb" <g...@dmiyu.org> wrote:
>> It all depends on the work habits of the individual user.
> Well, you can say that about anything, right? The OP asked what he was
> missing, so he's soliciting the opinions of people with different work
>> Just as while I am a vim devotee for programming Python
>> I most certainly would not use it for creating documents fit for
> Well, to me Vim can do almost anything, so I'd rather use it for
> programming, emailing, and writing books. I'll grant you that to draft
> a one-page memo to a colleague it's probably easiest to use OO or
> Word, but in this day and age you're probably going to send an email
> anyway, and not a Word doc.
> Trying to stick to the email topic, consider how much easier it is to
> grep the /Mail folder, or use Mutt's ~b search, instead of trying to
> figure out Thunderbird's clunky search interface. To use just one
Clunky search interface? To me, it's as simple an interface as
could be. No RE, though.
Ron Johnson, Jr.
Jefferson LA USA
PETA - People Eating Tasty Animals
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