#From: kevin lyda [mailto:kevin at suberic.net]
#Sent: 13 February 2001 18:31
#To: irish linux users group
#Subject: Re: [ILUG] Mutt
#On Tue, Feb 13, 2001 at 06:33:57PM +0000, Mark Page wrote:
#> I've read the man pages but to no avail. When I go to
#compose a fresh
#> e-mail I'm presented with first the 'to' field followed by
#> field'. So far no problem. I then get presented with what I
#presume is a
#> text editor - vi? am I right? The first couple of key clicks
#> but then I can type away. I cannot however work out how to tell Mutt
#> that I've finished typing the message and want to send. I
#> messages like 'this is not a vi command'.
#see www.linux.ie for a tutorial.
It's always great to not have to plug the tutorials that I wrote, that
said for a complete listing of all tutorials on the website you need
to look at http://www.linux.ie/articles/tutorials/
Speaking of which, if anybody wants to try a hand at writing a tutorial
for the site please drop admin at linux.ie a line - just to ensure no
duplication of effort as some are being written at the moment...
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