Richard Lewis | 22 Oct 00:43 2014
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Re: Flyspell mode and BBDB autocompletion

Alex Kavanagh wrote:

> At Wed, 20 Jul 2005 08:00:13 -0400,
> Ron Isaacson wrote:
> >
> > Alex Kavanagh wrote:
> > >
> > > At Tue, 19 Jul 2005 07:24:37 -0400,
> > > Ron Isaacson wrote:
> > > >
> > > > Alex Kavanagh wrote:
> > > > >
> > > > > Hello
> > > > >
> > > > > Does anyone know how to configure Wanderlust to work with
> > > > > flyspell-mode and BBDB autocompletion in the To: Cc: and Bcc: headers?
> > > > > I can't seem to work out how to get the two to play along nicely as
> > > > > they both want M-TAB and flyspell wins (probably bound earlier).
> > > >
> > > > Actually, the later binding normally takes precedence. Take a look at
> > > > wl-draft-beginning-of-line (C-a), which does different things on
> > > > header and body lines, based on wl-draft-point-in-header-p. You could
> > > > simply write your own function which calls different auto-completion
> > > > functions based on the same condition (or even more specifically,
> > > > calls bbdb iff in the to/cc/bcc header), and bind that to M-TAB...
> > >
> > > Thanks for the info. I'm not sure if my elisp is up to the task yet.
> > > I've done some Scheme programming but nothing in elisp apart from
> > > configuration settings in .wl and .emacs but I will have a look and
> > > see if I can do something with it. Thanks for the pointer.
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Christian Kruse | 21 Oct 09:53 2014
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Using eww instead of w3m for HTML mails?

Hi,

I'm using w3m to render HTML mails (they're just everywhere today…). I
do this by simply adding this to my ~/.wl:

(require 'w3m)
(require 'mime-w3m)

This works pretty well, but with Emacs 24.4 there is eww
(<http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/eww>). It would be really nice if one
could use Eww to render HTML mails (less external dependencies, it's
very fast, etc). Is that possible?

Best regards,
--
Christian Kruse
http://ck.kennt-wayne.de/
Christian Kruse | 21 Oct 09:42 2014
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Using eww instead of w3m for HTML mails?

Hi,

I'm using w3m to render HTML mails (they're just everywhere today…). I
do this by simply adding this to my ~/.wl:

(require 'w3m)
(require 'mime-w3m)

This works pretty well, but with Emacs 24.4 there is eww
(<http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/eww>). It would be really nice if one
could use Eww to render HTML mails (less external dependencies, it's
very fast, etc). Is that possible?

Best regards,
--
Christian Kruse
http://ck.kennt-wayne.de/
Christian Kruse | 21 Oct 09:42 2014
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Using eww instead of w3m for HTML mails?

Hi,

I'm using w3m to render HTML mails (they're just everywhere today…). I
do this by simply adding this to my ~/.wl:

(require 'w3m)
(require 'mime-w3m)

This works pretty well, but with Emacs 24.4 there is eww
(<http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/eww>). It would be really nice if one
could use Eww to render HTML mails (less external dependencies, it's
very fast, etc). Is that possible?

Best regards,
--
Christian Kruse
http://ck.kennt-wayne.de/
Christian Kruse | 21 Oct 09:42 2014
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Using eww instead of w3m for HTML mails?

Hi,

I'm using w3m to render HTML mails (they're just everywhere today…). I
do this by simply adding this to my ~/.wl:

(require 'w3m)
(require 'mime-w3m)

This works pretty well, but with Emacs 24.4 there is eww
(<http://www.emacswiki.org/emacs/eww>). It would be really nice if one
could use Eww to render HTML mails (less external dependencies, it's
very fast, etc). Is that possible?

Best regards,
--
Christian Kruse
http://ck.kennt-wayne.de/
James Harkins | 20 Oct 04:29 2014

Summary buffer, move forward on 'd'

In the summary view, I would like 'd' (set the dispose mark) to move forward to the next message, no matter
what the message is. Currently, it's moving backward until it finds any message that is not currently
marked for disposal.

I tried a few customize-apropos searches, but it's very confusing and I really don't have time to research
this. Can someone just tell me which variable to change?

hjh

Erik Hetzner | 19 Oct 23:03 2014

wl-fastfind: quickly jump to search results

Hi,

I have put together a small library for Wanderlust that provides a
better UI for modern, fast mail search. I am calling this library
“wl-fastfind” for the moment.

wl-fastfind provides a unified user experience for: a) IMAP search of
a single archive folder, b) search via an elmo search folder (using
mu, namazu or notmuch) and c) search of a gmail “all mail” folder
using gmail queries.

It depends on some very recent changes to wanderlust, so it will only
work if you are using my packages or building from the github repo.

To use, fetch wl-fastfind.el from
https://gist.github.com/egh/46c6ced69402a92c0ec6 and evaluate.

You will need to customize the group `wl-fastfind'. Choose a search
method (elmo, imap, or gmail search) and set either a gmail username
(for gmail) or archive folder (for imap). If you are using elmo
search, you will need to ensure that you have set up mu, notmuch or
namazu, and set elmo-search-default-engine to either 'mu or 'notmuch
or 'namazu.

Having set up wl-fastfind, you can use it from either Folder or
summary modes by typing Y and entering a query string. WL should then
immediately jump to a folder containing the search results.

Please let me know if you have any suggestions about this. I would
like to get it included in Wanderlust if people find it useful
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Pedro Insua | 19 Oct 02:19 2014
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Thomas Narten | 18 Oct 02:50 2014
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Offline mode and prefetching

I've been playing around in offline mode for the first time and have
some questions.

I somehow (?) managed to get my imap inbox folder into an odd state,
where I can't seem to get it to prefetch messages. (For that matter,
trying to prefetch another folder doesn't work either, now that I just
tried.)

There are messages marked with "!" that are not in the cache, as
verified by trying to view them when in offline mode. But when I am
back into connected mode and type "I" in the Folder buffer, nothing
happens.

I just get the message "checking <folder> is done".

And no messages fetched and no hint of an error.

I was able to get a bunch of the folder fetched, but not all of it..

Any idea what gives?

Is there some cache limit that I've bumped into so that prefetching
doesn't work? It's a big folder. Actually, the .elmo directory seems
to be at 501MB (a number that suggests some limit...)

So, I just ran  elmo-cache-expire-by-size seemed and it ended up deleting
most of the cache. And now it seems I'm able to prefetch again...

I don't see any sort of elmo-cache variable that controls cache
size. Is there one?
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Randy Bush | 15 Oct 14:15 2014

poodle

it seems my wl wants sslv3 for imap by default, which is no longer cool.
got any recipes?

randy

Thomas Narten | 13 Oct 19:45 2014
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show Wanderlust version

Speaking of "what version  are you using", M-x wl-version just reports:

    Wanderlust/2.15.9 (Almost Unreal)

on 3 different installations  I have access to, all of which I think
are running slightly different versions.

Would it make sense to add more granularity to better indicate what
version is being used?

Thomas


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