Andras Simonyi | 1 Dec 21:14 2003
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Re: PGP signature verification

Dear Listers,

many thanks for the answers, now it works. The strange solution was to delete
the mailcap file in my home directory--strange, because there was nothing
pgp-related in it.

Interestingly enough, now I have a problem with some inline-signatures: in
certain cases, if I give the pgg-decrypt-region command after selecting
the region, wl says: invalid base64 data -- I have this problem for example
with the 516th message by S. Hida in this thread.

TIA & best wishes: Andras Simonyi

PS:One minor annoyance:
I like the idea of using the BBDB name in summary's FROM field, but in
this case the setting for displaying the TO instead of FROM in certain
folders doesn't work: I checked the bbdb-wl-from-func function and the code
is not there--unfortunately I don't know enough (yet:-) to change it.

Shinichiro HIDA | 2 Dec 01:36 2003
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Re: PGP signature verification


Hi,

>>>>> In [Wanderlust English : No.00519] 
>>>>>	Andras Simonyi <simka <at> ludens.elte.hu> wrote:

AS> many thanks for the answers, now it works. 

It's Good!

AS> The strange solution was to delete the mailcap file in my home
AS> directory--strange, because there was nothing pgp-related in it.

I don't know sure this point, sorry.  Flim have the codes arround
the mailcap, and perhaps found your mailcap.

;; in the mime-conf.el
;; (defvar mime-mailcap-file "~/.mailcap"
;;   "*File name of user's mailcap file.")

AS> Interestingly enough, now I have a problem with some inline-signatures: in
AS> certain cases, if I give the pgg-decrypt-region command after selecting
AS> the region, wl says: invalid base64 data -- I have this problem for example
AS> with the 516th message by S. Hida in this thread.

Haha.. I think you could not *decrypt*, because I never encrypted
it, just signed. It would be `pgg-verify-region'.

;; And I didn't put my gpg-key at any key-servers, then displayed the
;; prompt as like `could not verify' without you have my gpg
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Len Trigg | 2 Dec 22:17 2003
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Sorting messages by size.


I wanted to sort all messages in my junkmail folder so that I could
delete all the largest ones (I keep the others around for spam
filtering purposes). The list archives showed a question asking how to
do this, but no response, so I thought I'd post my solution here.

First, I defined a comparator function for size:

(defun wl-summary-overview-entity-compare-by-size (x y)
   "Compare entity X and Y by size."
  (<
   (elmo-msgdb-overview-entity-get-size x)
   (elmo-msgdb-overview-entity-get-size y)))

This could go into wl-summary.el with the other similar functions.
Then I just invoked the sort manually with the following function:

(defun my-sort-by-size ()
  (interactive)
  (wl-summary-rescan "size"))

I guess you could also add size as an option to the existing sort
method via wl-summary-sort-specs, but I haven't tried it.

Cheers,
Len.

Ron Isaacson | 2 Dec 22:43 2003

Re: Detach attachment?

Angus Lees wrote:
> 
> At Wed, 26 Nov 2003 10:27:18 -0500, Ron Isaacson wrote:
> > If I have a message with an attachment in my IMAP box, is there any
> > way to discard the attachment but keep the message? i.e., remove one
> > of the MIME parts and save the message back to my IMAP box.
> 
> 'D' (`wl-message-delete-current-part') in the message buffer.

D'oh. I searched all over for functions with "detach" or "attach" in
the name, but that one does the trick. Thanks!

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Ron Isaacson | 3 Dec 16:53 2003

Re: Sorting messages by size.

Len Trigg wrote:
> 
> First, I defined a comparator function for size:
> 
> (defun wl-summary-overview-entity-compare-by-size (x y)
>    "Compare entity X and Y by size."
>   (<
>    (elmo-msgdb-overview-entity-get-size x)
>    (elmo-msgdb-overview-entity-get-size y)))

Thanks, this has been on my to-do list for a long time...

> I guess you could also add size as an option to the existing sort
> method via wl-summary-sort-specs, but I haven't tried it.

  (add-to-list 'wl-summary-sort-specs 'size)

works like a charm!

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jm.bornier | 8 Dec 09:12 2003
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reply

Hello all,
I'm new to wanderlust and I like it a lot. *But*, when I hit "a" or "A" to
reply to a mail I get the following message:
Wrong type argument: char-or-string-p, \.\.`.
What can I do?
my version of wl: wanderlust-cvs in gentoo's package
(app-emacs/wanderlust-cvs)
TIA
--
Jean Magnan de Bornier
jm.bornier-at-free.fr
http://bornier.net

David Edmondson | 8 Dec 10:02 2003

Re: reply

* jm.bornier <at> free.fr [20031208T081238]:
> when I hit "a" or "A" to reply to a mail I get the following
> message:
> Wrong type argument: char-or-string-p, \.\.`.

Before typing 'a' or 'A', do `M-x toggle-debug-on-error'.  Now hit
'a' (or 'A').  You should get a stack backtrace buffer.  Send the
contents of the buffer to the list.

If you have any configuration settings for Wanderlust, it would be
good to include those as well.

dme.

Ron Murray | 8 Dec 13:04 2003
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Re: reply

At Mon, 08 Dec 2003 09:12:38 +0100,
jm.bornier <at> free.fr wrote:
> 
> Hello all,
> I'm new to wanderlust and I like it a lot. *But*, when I hit "a" or "A" to
> reply to a mail I get the following message:
> Wrong type argument: char-or-string-p, \.\.`.
> What can I do?
> my version of wl: wanderlust-cvs in gentoo's package
> (app-emacs/wanderlust-cvs)
> TIA
> --
> Jean Magnan de Bornier
> jm.bornier-at-free.fr
> http://bornier.net
> 

   I've seen this kind of thing myself a couple of times (the last
when I tried to extract an attachment). It turned out that my
~/.mime-example file had got corrupted in some way. I didn't
troubleshoot further; I just renamed that file to something else and
restarted emacs, and that seemed to have worked. See if it helps.

 .....Ron

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Yoichi NAKAYAMA | 8 Dec 15:22 2003

Re: reply

At Mon, 08 Dec 2003 07:04:29 -0500, Ron Murray wrote:
> At Mon, 08 Dec 2003 09:12:38 +0100, jm.bornier <at> free.fr wrote:
> > Hello all,
> > I'm new to wanderlust and I like it a lot. *But*, when I hit "a" or "A" to
> > reply to a mail I get the following message:
> > Wrong type argument: char-or-string-p, \.\.`.
> > What can I do?
> > my version of wl: wanderlust-cvs in gentoo's package
> > (app-emacs/wanderlust-cvs)
>    I've seen this kind of thing myself a couple of times (the last
> when I tried to extract an attachment). It turned out that my
> ~/.mime-example file had got corrupted in some way. I didn't
> troubleshoot further; I just renamed that file to something else and
> restarted emacs, and that seemed to have worked. See if it helps.

Some broken package might set print-length or print-level.
Use semi from cvs semi-1_14 branch newer than following change.

2003-02-08  Yoichi NAKAYAMA  <yoichi <at> eken.phys.nagoya-u.ac.jp>

        * mime-view.el (mime-save-situation-examples): Bind print-length
        and print-level.

Recent wanderlust has similier protection, too.

Regards,
--

-- 
Yoichi Nakayama

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Shinichiro HIDA | 18 Dec 10:35 2003
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Re: PGP signature verification


Hi,

>>>>> In <873cc45a3a.wl%shinichiro <at> stained-g.net> 
>>>>>	Shinichiro HIDA <shinichiro <at> stained-g.net> wrote:

SH> >>>>> In [Wanderlust English : No.00519] 
SH> >>>>>	Andras Simonyi <simka <at> ludens.elte.hu> wrote:

[...]

AS> Interestingly enough, now I have a problem with some inline-signatures: in
AS> certain cases, if I give the pgg-decrypt-region command after selecting
AS> the region, wl says: invalid base64 data -- I have this problem for example
AS> with the 516th message by S. Hida in this thread.

SH> Haha.. I think you could not *decrypt*, because I never encrypted
SH> it, just signed. It would be `pgg-verify-region'.

I noticed that if it would not appear `pgg-verify-region', it would
need to do (load "pgg") first.

Or, Nakayama-san made a function `wl-message-verify-pgp-nonmime' as
`C-c:v' on Message buffer, it is no need to select region.

;; I didn't know this just a few days ago.. Sorry.

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