steVe | 1 Jul 01:59 2004

Re: text/HTML mail

so spake Thomas Roessler [2004.06.30  <at>  11:34]:
> Well, blame the person with write access to your configuration file,

you mean root?  jeez, i hate that guy...  =)

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Michelle Konzack | 1 Jul 12:25 2004
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Re: text/HTML mail

Am 2004-06-30 11:15:47, schrieb Patrick Shanahan:

>You, apparently, have not read in TFM about the 'v' action:

???  -  Sorry, I am using mutt since 1999 :-)

>note:  Your derogatory unfounded comments will certainly generate much
>       assistance for you.

'mutt' does not recognize the options:

  ____ ( '/home/michelle/.mutt/muttrc' ) _______________________________
 /
|  alternative_order text/enriched text/plain text application/postscript image/*
|  auto_view text/html
 \______________________________________________________________________

It ignore it silently...
I have this entry since last year I think and it does not work.

I have it from the manualpage of 'mutt'.

Greetings
Michelle

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Patrick Shanahan | 1 Jul 13:42 2004
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Re: text/HTML mail

* Michelle Konzack <linux4michelle <at> freenet.de> [07-01-04 05:26]:
... 
> ???  -  Sorry, I am using mutt since 1999 :-)

This does *not* mean that you have read TFM.

> 'mutt' does not recognize the options:
> 
>   ____ ( '/home/michelle/.mutt/muttrc' ) _______________________________
>  /
> |  alternative_order text/enriched text/plain text application/postscript image/*
> |  auto_view text/html
>  \______________________________________________________________________
> 
> 
> It ignore it silently...

What does it ignore?

> I have this entry since last year I think and it does not work.

What does not work?

> I have it from the manualpage of 'mutt'.

I thought you were *complaining* about the wrong action for text/html?
I see *no* entry in 'alternative_order' for text/html.  The examples
do *not* list *every* possible entry.  Exercise left for user.

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Bennett Todd | 1 Jul 14:58 2004
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Re: text/HTML mail

I've found text/html messages delightfully easy to deal with, using
procmail:

	:0HB
	* ^Content-Type: text/html
	/dev/null

The display beautifully, no problems at all, their content rendered
very cleanly and appropriately. Fast, too.

-Bennett
Patrick Shanahan | 1 Jul 15:33 2004
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Re: text/HTML mail

* Bennett Todd <bet <at> rahul.net> [07-01-04 08:22]:
> 
> The display beautifully, no problems at all, their content rendered
> very cleanly and appropriately. Fast, too.

I am in *complete* agreement, but have several $$ reports that will
only arrive in html form and desire their information.  'w3m' presents
the tables decently, so I still do not have to look at the *pretty*
graphics <grin>.

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Michael Tatge | 1 Jul 15:35 2004
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Re: text/HTML mail

* On Thu, Jul 01, 2004 Michelle Konzack (linux4michelle <at> freenet.de) muttered:
> 'mutt' does not recognize the options:
> 
> alternative_order text/enriched text/plain text application/postscript image/*

There is no text/html in here.

muttrc:
alternative_order text/enriched text/plain text/html
auto_view text/html

> auto_view text/html

What happens now depends on your mailcap entries.

mailcap:
# used when (v)iewing an attchment
text/html; w3m -v -F -T text/html '%s'
# used for auto_view
text/html; lynx -dump -force_html '%s'; copiousoutput; needsterminal

HTH,

Michael
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Greg Kedrovsky | 1 Jul 18:04 2004

urlview and Opera Error

Original Post: 

 http://does-not-exist.org/mail-archives/mutt-users/msg02774.html

I recently received some help on this issue (having never resolved it
before), and I thought I'd pass it on to everyone just in case it could
be of some help (as it was to me).

The way around this apparent communication problem between Mutt, urlview
and Opera is to call a simple script from urlview, a script that will
bring up Opera and pass along the url from Mutt. 

Here is my current set-up:

 ~/.urlview contains the following: 

     COMMAND /home/greg/opera.sh %s

 ~/opera.sh contains the following: 

     #!/bin/sh
     opera -newpage $1

Remember to chmod 755 the script file (~/opera.sh), and it will work
like a charm.

-Greg

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Dave Edwards | 1 Jul 20:23 2004
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Hooks and Defaults

I'm wondering how to have defaults followed after certain hooks have
been called.

For example, I have a new send hook that goes,
send-hook list <at> some.mailing.list "set record=/dev/null"

It works fine, but I suspect there's a better way of doing that, as
the '/dev/null' value for record persists after I send a note to that
recipient, despite record having a default value.

Another example:
folder-hook =sent        set sort=date

Again, it works, but it hangs on after I visit my sent box and then
move to any other, where I prefer thread-sorting.  It overrides
'set sort=threads' in my general muttrc.

How can I correct these problems?

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Adeodato Simó | 1 Jul 20:29 2004
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Re: Hooks and Defaults

* Dave Edwards [Thu, 01 Jul 2004 14:23:43 -0400]:

> How can I correct these problems?

  Hava a default hook which sets your defaults values:

    folder-hook .       set sort=threads record=whatever

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Patrick Shanahan | 1 Jul 20:35 2004
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Re: Hooks and Defaults

* Dave Edwards <erratico <at> sympatico.ca> [07-01-04 13:25]:
> I'm wondering how to have defaults followed after certain hooks have
> been called.
> 
> For example, I have a new send hook that goes,
> send-hook list <at> some.mailing.list "set record=/dev/null"

Set a default behavour first:

send-hook . 'set record=<your wishes>'
send-hook mail-list 'set record=/dev/null'

note:  a careful reading of TFM about the different hooks is in order
       as one or two expect the default to be the last encountered.

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