Michael Ernst | 4 Jun 22:20 2010

[mew-int 2878] Small typo fix

The attached patch fixes grammar typo that appears thrice in the Mew source
code.

		    -Michael Ernst

Attachment (mew-whose.diff): text/x-patch, 1470 bytes
Haulyn Jason | 14 Jun 12:53 2010
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[mew-int 2879] need help to read news using mew

Hi,

I am very happy to meet mew, it works well with my emacs, including imap 
and pop3, but I meet a problem now.I didn't find any archive of this 
mailing list, I hope somebody can help me.

I want to use mew to read news from news://freenews.netfront.net, but I 
can not find any reference. I read the documents of mew, and configure 
my .mew as:

         ;; news group comp.lang.c
         (comp.lang.c
          (mailbox-type "mbox")
          (proto "-")
          (nntp-server "freenews.netfront.net")
          (nntp-user "Haulyn Jason")
          (nntp-newsgroup "comp.lang.c")
          (nntp-size "0")
          (nntp-msgid-user "Haulyn Jason")
          (smtp-ssl  t)
          (smtp-auth-list  ("PLAIN" "LOGIN" "CRAM-MD5"))
          (smtp-user  "")
          (smtp-server  "smtp.gmail.com")
          (smtp-ssl-port  "465")
          (signature-file "~/.signature")
          )

but it does not work, when I press C comp.lang.c, then C-u Z, mew always 
gets email from my default imap mail box, then I press 's', it said "no 
new emails".
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Haulyn Jason | 15 Jun 11:44 2010
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[mew-int 2880] Re: need help to read news using mew

On 06/14/2010 06:53 PM, Haulyn Jason wrote:
> Hi,
>
> I am very happy to meet mew, it works well with my emacs, including 
> imap and pop3, but I meet a problem now.I didn't find any archive of 
> this mailing list, I hope somebody can help me.
>
> I want to use mew to read news from news://freenews.netfront.net, but 
> I can not find any reference. I read the documents of mew, and 
> configure my .mew as:
>
>         ;; news group comp.lang.c
>         (comp.lang.c
>          (mailbox-type "mbox")
>          (proto "-")
>          (nntp-server "freenews.netfront.net")
>          (nntp-user "Haulyn Jason")
>          (nntp-newsgroup "comp.lang.c")
>          (nntp-size "0")
>          (nntp-msgid-user "Haulyn Jason")
>          (smtp-ssl  t)
>          (smtp-auth-list  ("PLAIN" "LOGIN" "CRAM-MD5"))
>          (smtp-user  "")
>          (smtp-server  "smtp.gmail.com")
>          (smtp-ssl-port  "465")
>          (signature-file "~/.signature")
>          )
>
> but it does not work, when I press C comp.lang.c, then C-u Z, mew 
> always gets email from my default imap mail box, then I press 's', it 
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Joel James Adamson | 21 Jun 17:13 2010
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[mew-int 2881] Toolbar

Hello,

I've just started using Mew from the emacs-mew package in Fedora 13
(mew 6.3), on Emacs 23.2.  Despite the proper setting of
mew-icon-directory, the toolbar is blank (i.e. no icons displayed).
Is there any extra setup that I need to do, or could this be a bug in
the Fedora package?

Thanks,

Joel
Joel James Adamson | 21 Jun 18:20 2010
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[mew-int 2882] Displaying Folders with New Mail

Hello,

I would like to have a convenient way of finding folders with new
mail, running Mew 6.3 with only IMAP folders on a Dovecot server.  I
split my incoming mail according to mailing lists, spam, etc and so I
need to visit multiple folders to see all my new mail.

I am thinking of something similar to Mutt's `.' or MH-E's "unseen"
sequence.  As of now I have not figured out how to do this by
matching.

Please inform me of the best way to do this.

Thanks,

Joel

--
Joel J. Adamson
Servedio Lab
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

FSF Member #8164
http://www.unc.edu/~adamsonj
Christophe TROESTLER | 28 Jun 22:34 2010
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[mew-int 2883] mew-wrap-lines

Hi,

- For lines starting with a dash, like enumerations, mew-wrap-lines 
uses the dash as a prefix to fold lines.
- When several items follow, this make it impossible to distinguish 
them, unless one does not wrap the lines, which is not fun.

Of course, one may have a citation prefix like

> - bla bla...

Is there a way to tell mew to remove the dashes (and maybe "*") from 
filling prefix?  This would be a nice thing to have.

Best,
C.

Jeffrey M.Roth | 29 Jun 17:26 2010
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[mew-int 2884] re-load ~/Mail/Addrbook without restarting Emacs


Hi All -

I would like to be able to re-load the ~/Mail/Addrbook during an Emacs
Mew session, but have not figured out yet how to do this.

This is helpful if you are editing your Addrbook and want to re-load
from it, and then use the new addresses you added.  Restarting Emacs does
this, but doing so is somewhat cumbersome.

I tried restarting Mew (within the same Emacs session), but it does not
seem to recognize the new addresses in Addrbook.

If anyone has any tips, please let me know.

Thanks!
Jeff

Harald Hanche-Olsen | 29 Jun 19:40 2010
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[mew-int 2885] Re: re-load ~/Mail/Addrbook without restarting Emacs

+ "Jeffrey M.Roth" <jroth <at> ll.mit.edu>:

> I would like to be able to re-load the ~/Mail/Addrbook during an Emacs
> Mew session, but have not figured out yet how to do this.

It's supposed to be automatically reloaded after you edit it.
Does this not happen for you?

- Harald

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[mew-int 2886] Re: re-load ~/Mail/Addrbook without restarting Emacs

Hi Harald - Thanks for the response.

I am just using a regular buffer in Emacs to edit the Addrbook file manually (outside Mew), and then saving it.

After doing so, the changes do not seem to be reflected in the current Emacs session.

Even if I close all Mew buffers, and then compose a new Mew email message in a new buffer, Mew does not
recognize changes to the Addrbook file.

If you know how to tell Mew to reload the Addrbook file that would be a big help.

Any help you can provide would be greatly appreciated.

Thanks!  Jeff

Jeffrey M. Roth, Ph.D ~ Advanced Lasercom Systems and Operations Group ~
MIT Lincoln Laboratory ~ 244 Wood Street ~ Lexington, MA 02420 USA ~
781.981.3468(t)/.0143(f) ~ jroth <at> ll.mit.edu ~ alum.mit.edu/www/roth

----- Original Message -----
From: Harald Hanche-Olsen <hanche <at> math.ntnu.no>
To: Roth, Jeffrey - 0666 - MITLL
Cc: mew-int <at> mew.org <mew-int <at> mew.org>
Sent: Tue Jun 29 13:40:49 2010
Subject: Re: [mew-int 2884] re-load ~/Mail/Addrbook without restarting Emacs

+ "Jeffrey M.Roth" <jroth <at> ll.mit.edu>:

> I would like to be able to re-load the ~/Mail/Addrbook during an Emacs
> Mew session, but have not figured out yet how to do this.
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Harald Hanche-Olsen | 30 Jun 04:29 2010
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[mew-int 2887] Re: re-load ~/Mail/Addrbook without restarting Emacs

+ "Roth, Jeffrey - 0666 - MITLL" <jroth <at> ll.mit.edu>:

> Hi Harald - Thanks for the response.
> 
> I am just using a regular buffer in Emacs to edit the Addrbook file manually (outside Mew), and then saving it.
> 
> After doing so, the changes do not seem to be reflected in the current Emacs session.

Oh. I'm sorry, it appears I had confused the Addrbook file (which I don't use) with .mew-alias. The latter
can be edited by hitting M-a in Summary mode, and the contents then get automagically loaded when the file
is saved.

There does not seem to be an equivalent mechanism for the Addrbook file. From poking around in
mew-addrbook.el, I guess that running mew-addrbook-setup will do what you want, but since that function
is not made interactive and seems intended to only be run on startup, I cannot guarantee that running it on
your own will not have undesired side effects.

- Harald


Gmane