Robi Karp <robi <at> fluffyspider.com.au>
2000-12-15 03:57:52 GMT
Replying to your message sent on Thu, 14 Dec 2000 17: 06:14 -0800
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Dear Michael <michael <at> valinux.com>, you typed:
: On Thu, Dec 14, 2000 at 03:24:42PM -0800, Bill Wohler wrote:
: > robi <at> fluffyspider.com.au (Robi Karp) writes:
: > > Yep - that is what I meant. I think [article threading is] something
: > > that mh-e needs asap.
: > I disagree. I think it would be pointless to implement gnus in
: > mh-e. What I would like to do to solve the threading problem is to
: > supplement the manual with a section on configuring gnus to read
: > their MH mailing lists.
: I too would like to see message threading as an optional feature in mh-e.
: gnus is a bit overkill (and more work to configure) for my few little
: mailboxes. I don't know if it's an "asap" issue, but I would definitely
: find it usefull to have.
Precisely. Besides, I don't see it being the same sort of
functionality as gnus. Its a mail reader only - that's what I want to
use. I don't read news anymore (not since "The Incident" I
*only* want to use 1 mode to read mail. I like the way mh works
(obviously otherwise I wouldn't be here) and I want to be able to
follow threads of mail. Like this thread for example. I get a lot of
mail and I need some sort of functionality, besides my memory that is,
to keep track. Anyway, my 2c worth.