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Re: Anyone gone from mutt to Emacs? was: Re: Moving from Thunderbird to
Re: Anyone gone from mutt to Emacs? was: Re: Moving from Thunderbird to Emacs for mail and calendar
Mon, 12 Oct 2009 13:36:49 -0400
Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/23.1 (gnu/linux)
Joost Kremers <address@hidden> writes:
> David Combs wrote:
>> Question: I use mutt on my isp-shell-account, and like it,
>> and use .1% of its capability (I think, so powerful is it).
>> Has anyone switched from mutt to emacs (temporarily or not)?
> I did, a couple of years ago, switching to mutt+slrn to Gnus. I ended
> up switching back after a month or so.
> Gnus for news is fine, slrn works in much the same way, but I couldn't
> get used to Gnus' handling of email. Gnus treats every mail folder in
> the same way that it does a news group, and I simply couldn't get used
> to that.
If I'm reading the manual correctly, you can change this behavior for
mail groups using group parameters:
(See the "display" option.)
> I've considered using one of the email clients for Emacs, but none
>seems to have been designed with the possibility of having more than
>one (IMAP)-server in mind.
I believe Wanderlust can handle multiple IMAP servers. See the syntax
for adding new IMAP groups/folders:
Re: Anyone gone from mutt to Emacs? was: Re: Moving from Thunderbird to Emacs for mail and calendar, Jonathan Groll, 2009/10/14
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Re: Moving from Thunderbird to Emacs for mail and calendar, Dave Täht, 2009/10/25