Kazu Yamamoto | 2 Feb 04:49 2009
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[mew-dist 28863] Mew.org will be down

Hello,

Due to annually blackout of my office, Mew.org will be down around on
21 February. Sorry for your inconvenience.

--Kazu

Harald Hanche-Olsen | 2 Feb 06:49 2009
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[mew-int 2678] Re: format=flowed

>> > So longlines-mode needs to be turned off before mew gets to look 
>> at any headers, I think.
>>
>> Does the following patch solve your problem?
>
> Yes. (I see that you have already put it into CVS.)

But I have just discovered a much better solution for emacs 23 users: 
Don't use longlines-mode, set the magic variable word-wrap to t 
instead. This is much more robust, as it doesn't make changes to the 
buffer contents the way longlines-mode does.

- Harald

Kazu Yamamoto | 2 Feb 08:20 2009
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[mew-int 2679] Re: format=flowed

Hello,

> But I have just discovered a much better solution for emacs 23 users:
> Don't use longlines-mode, set the magic variable word-wrap to t
> instead. This is much more robust, as it doesn't make changes to the
> buffer contents the way longlines-mode does.

Let me clarify.

You are not suggesting to change Mew.
Instead, you are suggesting to use a new feature of Emacs 23 
in Draft mode if pepole are using longline-mode.
Right?

--Kazu

Harald Hanche-Olsen | 2 Feb 08:38 2009
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[mew-int 2680] Re: format=flowed

+ Kazu Yamamoto (山本和彦) <kazu <at> iij.ad.jp>:

> Let me clarify.
> 
> You are not suggesting to change Mew.
> Instead, you are suggesting to use a new feature of Emacs 23 
> in Draft mode if pepole are using longline-mode.
> Right?

Right. (Or rather, use a new feature of emacs 23 instead of using
longlines-mode.) Back in December, I suggested I might wish to improve
longlines-mode to allow it to apply only to a subset of the buffer,
and hence work better with mew. I am no longer interested in doing
this, since longlines-mode should fade away once people have moved to
emacs 23 -- and I have already moved myself. Scratch your own itches
and all that.

- Harald

Magicloud Magiclouds | 9 Feb 09:35 2009
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[mew-int 2681] How to convert mail files from fetchmail to mew?

Hi,
  I used to use fetchmail + procmail to get mails from IMAP server. Well, when I switched to mew, I found out that the format of the mail files are different between fetchmail and mew. So in my emacs, I cannot see all mails that retrived by fetchmail, only the new ones got by mew.
  What should I do?

Thanks.

Kazu Yamamoto | 10 Feb 06:24 2009
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[mew-int 2682] Re: How to convert mail files from fetchmail to mew?

Hello,

>   I used to use fetchmail + procmail to get mails from IMAP server. Well, when
> I switched to mew, I found out that the format of the mail files are different
> between fetchmail and mew. So in my emacs, I cannot see all mails that
> retrived by fetchmail, only the new ones got by mew.
>   What should I do?

What is the format of mails obtained with fetchmail? 
Is it mbox?

If so, look at the setting of "incm" in the following page.

	http://www.mew.org/release/info/mew_6.html.en#SEC6

--Kazu

Magicloud Magiclouds | 12 Feb 04:58 2009
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[mew-int 2683] Re: How to convert mail files from fetchmail to mew?

HI,
  I have tried that, but it seemed that the program did not run. All my mails were still on the server, with a local copy, not in ~/Mail/inbox folder.
  And when I used fetchmail, it gave me a file for each mail. With mew, it gave me a file for each mail, which was in the format of "mew headers + encoded fetchmail format mail".

On Tue, Feb 10, 2009 at 1:24 PM, 山本和彦 Kazu Yamamoto <kazu <at> iij.ad.jp> wrote:
Hello,

>   I used to use fetchmail + procmail to get mails from IMAP server. Well, when
> I switched to mew, I found out that the format of the mail files are different
> between fetchmail and mew. So in my emacs, I cannot see all mails that
> retrived by fetchmail, only the new ones got by mew.
>   What should I do?

What is the format of mails obtained with fetchmail?
Is it mbox?

If so, look at the setting of "incm" in the following page.

       http://www.mew.org/release/info/mew_6.html.en#SEC6

--Kazu



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Kazu Yamamoto | 16 Feb 05:56 2009
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[mew-int 2684] Mew version 6.2.51

Hello,

I have released Mew version 6.2.51:

	http://www.mew.org/Beta/mew-6.2.51.tar.gz

This version is for bug fix propose.
Thanks.

--Kazu

maxigas | 16 Feb 21:40 2009
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[mew-int 2685] Hyper E. patterns

hi!

with k/ i can search with Hyper E. now.  but Emacs asks two questions:

1. H.E. virtual pattern?
2. H.E. filter pattern?

what is the difference?  and what regexp can i use in these?

thx,

maxigas

Kazu Yamamoto | 17 Feb 02:52 2009
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[mew-int 2686] Re: Hyper E. patterns

Hello,

> with k/ i can search with Hyper E. now.  but Emacs asks two questions:

This is due to implementation limitation of Hyperestraier. It first
obtains all messages matched keywords, then filter with To:, From:,
etc.

> 1. H.E. virtual pattern?

Type any keyword.

> 2. H.E. filter pattern?

Type from=who if you want to filter. Otherwise, just type RET.

--Kazu


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