Rocco Rutte | 1 Jul 11:13 2009
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Re: Charset PB

Hi,

* Alexandre wrote:

> "é" appear like : "\303^Hé^H\251"
> 
> I notice this only happen with mails from apple mailer (I do not know if
> it depends on my own configuration).
> 
> More information dealing the mail:
> Content-Type: text/enriched;
>         charset=ISO-8859-1

Likely this is mutt's fault. It should be fixed in the latest version,
1.5.20. Can you give that a try?

text/enriched allows for some text attributes such as bold and
underline, the é in your example should be printed bold.

Rocco

Alexandre | 1 Jul 12:40 2009
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Re: Charset PB

Le mercredi 01 juillet de l'année 2009, vers 11 heures et 13 minutes, Rocco Rutte écrivait:
> Hi,
> 
> * Alexandre wrote:
> 
> > "é" appear like : "\303^Hé^H\251"
> > 
> > I notice this only happen with mails from apple mailer (I do not know if
> > it depends on my own configuration).
> > 
> > More information dealing the mail:
> > Content-Type: text/enriched;
> >         charset=ISO-8859-1
> 
> Likely this is mutt's fault. It should be fixed in the latest version,
> 1.5.20. Can you give that a try?
> 
> text/enriched allows for some text attributes such as bold and
> underline, the é in your example should be printed bold.

Thank you Rocco for your answer.

As I use debian testing system, this mutt version is not available yet.

I will wait because this failure is not urgent. 

Cheers.
--

-- 
Alexandre Delanoë

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Rocco Rutte | 1 Jul 14:00 2009
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Re: Charset PB

Hi,

* Alexandre wrote:

> As I use debian testing system, this mutt version is not available yet.

> I will wait because this failure is not urgent. 

Please use a spam filter or whatever to protect from spam, but not using 
an invalid email address. I just tried to mail you personally, but got a 
bounce... :-(

Anyway, can you send me such a message privately so that I can make sure 
the bug is really fixed, please?

Rocco

Rocco Rutte | 1 Jul 16:35 2009
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Re: Charset PB

Hi,

* Rocco Rutte wrote:

> Anyway, can you send me such a message privately so that I can make
> sure the bug is really fixed, please?

With proper locale setup a test message is fine with single/multibyte
locales, so the latest version should solve the problem.

Rocco
Chris | 2 Jul 01:34 2009
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Attach to shared mailbox in Exchange

Does anyone know how can I attach to a shared mailbox in Exchange from
Mutt? I'm running mutt 1.5.20.

Thanks.

William Yardley | 2 Jul 01:42 2009
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Re: sporadic acs characters problem with Mutt in Terminal.app

On Fri, Jun 26, 2009 at 08:47:44AM -0500, Kyle Wheeler wrote:
> 
> Weird... That sounds like something might be wrong either with your 
> terminal library or your termcap. What terminal do you use, and what's 
> the value of $TERM?
> 
> (I'm assuming that since you use OpenBSD you know what I'm talking 
> about. :)

Both was answered in my original post, and the version of ncurses is the
one that's mentioned in mutt -v (should be 5.2.20010224).

Agreed that maybe something is wrong, but the point is that generally,
they work fine. It's just that occasionally, something gets goofed up.

w

Jörg Sommer | 2 Jul 10:10 2009
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Re: How to implement save_empty on maildir?

Hallo Derek,

Derek Martin <invalid <at> pizzashack.org> wrote:
> On Sun, Jun 28, 2009 at 07:42:53PM +0000, Jörg Sommer wrote:
>> Rocco Rutte <pdmef <at> gmx.net> wrote:
>> > * Wu, Yue wrote:
>> >> I want to let mutt deletes empty maildirs automatically, but 'save_empty' only
>> >> works for mbox, why? How to achieve it for maildir?
>> >
>> > It doesn't work for maildir. I'm not sure why, but probably because
>> > removing an empty maildir has the potential to break something as it
>> > cannot be done atomically.
>> 
>> Mutt can rename the maildir to $maildir-mutt-remove and then remove the
>> subdirectories and then the $maildir-mutt-remove. The rename can be done
>> atomically.
>
> At first glance, this seems like a good solution, but actually it is
> not:
>
> 1. There may be an existing directory by that name already.  
>    Even if Mutt checks for the existence of it first, it is not safe,
>    because the user could (without knowing the behavior of Mutt)
>    create such a directory in between the time that Mutt checks, and
>    executes the rename().

So, create the directory yourself to ensure it's there and yours.

% cat rename-test.c
#include <stdio.h>
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Jan-Herbert Damm | 2 Jul 12:10 2009
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Mutt 1.20. --GPG--

Hello,

Testing Mutt 1.20.

GPG asks my passphrase but doesn't accept it.

I don't really know where to start looking for figuring this out.

from config.log:
-------
  $ ./configure -C --prefix=/opt/mutt --enable-pop --enable-imap\
--enable-smtp --enable-debug --with-gss --with-gnutls --with-sasl --with-idn
--enable-hcache
-------

output of version:
---------
 $ /opt/mutt/bin/mutt -version
Mutt 1.5.20hg (2009-06-26)
[...]
System: Linux 2.6.27-14-generic (i686)
ncurses: ncurses 5.6.20071124 (compiled with 5.6)
libidn: 1.8 (compiled with 1.8)
hcache backend: GDBM version 1.8.3. 10/15/2002 (built Jun 15 2006 21:19:27)
Einstellungen bei der Compilierung:
-DOMAIN
+DEBUG
-HOMESPOOL  +USE_SETGID  +USE_DOTLOCK  +DL_STANDALONE  +USE_FCNTL  -USE_FLOCK   
+USE_POP  +USE_IMAP  +USE_SMTP  
-USE_SSL_OPENSSL  +USE_SSL_GNUTLS  +USE_SASL  +USE_GSS  +HAVE_GETADDRINFO  
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Rocco Rutte | 2 Jul 12:42 2009
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Re: Mutt 1.20. --GPG--

Hi,

* Jan-Herbert Damm wrote:

> GPG asks my passphrase but doesn't accept it.

What gpg setup did you use? contrib/gpg.rc? It's not gpg that's asking
but mutt.  So maybe mutt doesn't call gpg at all or in a wrong way...

Rocco
Rocco Rutte | 2 Jul 13:11 2009
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Re: Mixmaster

Hi,

* sigi wrote:

> I'm using mixmaster 3.0.0-2 with mutt 1.5.18-6+b1 on debian lenny and it
> all works just fine. So the manual seems to be very outdated

Updated now, thanks.

Rocco

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