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Re (4): /usr/lib/mutt/mailto-mutt

From:	Brian <ad44@cityscape.co.uk>
Date:	Mon, 30 Jan 2012 23:38:10 +0000
> What was on the command line? Or in the link if you were clicking on one.

This is my limited understanding.

In message http://lists.debian.org/debian-user/2012/01/msg02236.html
the first "Reply-to" link has this HTML code.
  <li><a href="[🔎] 171057406.47014.38985@heaviside.invalid&gt;&amp;Subject=Re:%20Re">mailto:debian-user&#64;lists.debian.org?In-Reply-To=&lt;[🔎] 171057406.47014.38985@heaviside.invalid&gt;&amp;Subject=Re:%20Re (2): /usr/lib/mutt/mailto-mutt">debian-user&#64;lists.debian.org</a></li>

When viewing the page in Iceweasel, a click on the link invokes mailto-mutt with 
arguments containing header information.  mailto-mutt attempts to set up the 
message for mutt in Nano.  If you open 
and click on the Reply-to link the process might work correctly.  I get this.

To: w.ca;/usr/lib/mutt/mailto-mutt@joule.shaw.ca, debian-user@lists.debian.org

Obviously the first address is broken.  debian-user@... is right.  I don't understand 
the invokation of mailto-mutt well enough to perceive what is going wrong.  Is 
the problem in iceweasel or in mailto-mutt or in the perl script?  

Astonishing convolutions just to make an email and I need to look deeper.

                                    ... Peter E.

Telephone 1 360 639 0202.  bcc: peasthope ... shaw.ca
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