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Re: Yet another maildir question

From: Jesse F. Hughes
Subject: Re: Yet another maildir question
Date: Wed, 21 Jul 2004 16:53:33 +0200
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John Sullivan <address@hidden> writes:

> address@hidden (Jesse F. Hughes) writes:
>> "Richard Watson" <address@hidden> writes:
>>> address@hidden (Jesse F. Hughes) writes:
>>>> Evidently ~/Maildir is INBOX, and each subdirectory .dirname
>>>> corresponds to a group called INBOX.dirname.  This leads to fairly
>>>> unwieldy group names: nnimap+PW:INBOX.blah.  But I guess I can live
>>>> with this.  But *must* every group start with INBOX?
>>> I think that's a courier thing. All folders have to live inside the
>>> INBOX.
> See for a way to arbitrarily rename
> your groups.
> Seems to me like there was also a prefix variable that would let you
> hide the INBOX, but I can't find it at the moment.

Say, that looks pretty handy. 

But does it do anything more than make the Group buffer pretty?  I
mean, a pretty Group buffer is good, but it's tab completion that is
most annoying for me.  When I copy articles, I'd like to user shorter
and simpler names.  That would be swell.

I bet that's not too hard to fix, given your functions, right?

Jesse F. Hughes
"Of course, my ability to admit my mistakes and correct them is a
trait that many of you seem to never have properly appreciated."
  -- JSH, discussing his 1463rd "proof" of Fermat's Last Theorem.

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