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Re: Emacs Mail (fwd)

From: Jean-Paul Brodier
Subject: Re: Emacs Mail (fwd)
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 22:15:41 +0200 (CEST)

Hello, it looks like I didn't submit my question to the right people.
Can you help me ?

Thanks in advance

Jean-Paul Brodier

Le saviez-vous ?
Ce n'est pas, comme on l'a longtemps cru, parce qu'il n'a pas soif que 
le chameau peut cheminer de longs jours dans le d├ęsert sans boire, mais
parce qu'il est trop fier pour demander.

---------- Forwarded message ----------
Date: Thu, 18 Oct 2001 02:35:46 -0400
From: GNU General Contact Address <>
To: Jean-Paul <>
Subject: Re: Emacs Mail

[ I am very sorry for the late response to this message.  Since we are a
  small non-profit, messages to this address often get backlogged, and we
  are always struggling to catch up. ]

If you haven't yet found out how to do this, I suggest that you send
this question to the GNU Emacs users' mailing list:  This is gated to the news group  You can subscribe to the mailing list by sending the
word "subscribe" to the address

You can find a complete list of our mailing lists and newsgroups on
our web site at

Good luck and happy hacking!

On Tue, Aug 28, 2001 at 09:17:06AM -0100, Jean-Paul wrote:
> Hello,
> Really Emacs is more than an editor, a lifestyle.
> I donate the French translation: "Un art de vivre" (art of living).
> I gave, I think, all the attention it deserved to the perusal of the chapter 
> over Rmail, but I didn't find a word about a feature that is common in Pine 
> or Netscape messenger: saving attached files. What can we hope?
> For the time being, I continue using Pine (with (rmail-preserve-inbox t)) for 
> that use, and Emacsclient as alternate editor in lieu of Pico (another world, 
> or another era!)
> The same question arises for sending mail with attached, not included, files. 
> bomb PLO Mossad Noriega smuggle Ortega Qaddafi terrorist
> counter-intelligence Waco, Texas ammunition FSF Albanian domestic
> disruption Ft. Bragg
> --
> Outside of a dog, man' best friend is a book.
> Inside of a dog, it's too dark to read. -Groucho Marx.

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