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RE: custom-reevaluate-setting / custom-initialize-delay

From: Drew Adams
Subject: RE: custom-reevaluate-setting / custom-initialize-delay
Date: Tue, 23 Feb 2010 11:08:13 -0800

> > send-mail-function's default value probably shouldn't be based on
> > window-system anyway, now that X and tty frames can be 
> > mixed (though I don't know if this works on Windows/Nextstep). I think
> > mailclient-send-it itself should check window-system and call
> > sendmail-send-it if it is nil.
> Could this be the reason for Bug#5299, per chance?
> Drew, does the problem in #5299 go away for you if you set
> send-mail-function to mailclient-send-it?

Nope (just tried it).

As Lennart and I have said, there was some Windows-specific code that did this:

. When you hit C-c C-c, it popped up the mail client (in my case, Outlook) with
a new message window.

. The message was pre-address to the right bug list (pretest or bugs). It had
the Subject filled out.

. But the message body did not have the body that you entered in Emacs. Instead,
it had this text (still does, for Emacs 22):

  *** E-Mail body has been placed on clipboard, please paste them here! *** 

All you had to do then was use `C-v' to paste the body you wrote in place of
that "***...***" text.

HTH - Drew

P.S. I barely noticed your question to me. I haven't been reading this thread.

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