Brendan Kehoe wrote:
> Of course my whole approach is only useful if you use emacs as your
> life-blood...umm, sorry, as your "ed-i-tor". :-)
it all does come down to editors.
anyway, mail. i keep thinking that mail systems aren't quite up to the
level we need them. choosing from addresses based on the current folder
is good, and also perhaps guessing from the To:/Cc: line might be good.
And then maybe rules: if i'm mailing foo at example.com i should use my
xyz at example.com address, but if it's bar at example.com, it should be from
abc at example.com. of course a good ui to configure it, and making it act
in a *predictable* way seem rather difficult.
i guess it would be a good idea to look into the balsa and mozilla
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