Teemu Likonen <email@example.com>:
> On 2009-07-23 17:46 (UTC), s. keeling wrote:
> >>> vim (from mutt) also puts the cursor at the beginning.
> > ... While emacs, called from mutt or slrn, puts it right at the start
> > of the body text. :-)
> These command-line text editors have +n option to choose the starting
Well, I may be cheating anyway. I also have Rob Reid (et al)'s
post.el here, which may be doing it instead.
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