Stephen Shirley stated the following on Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 11:38:09AM +0000 :
> Mornin' all,
> After many years of rabbid endorsement of mutt by people on this
> list and else where, I finally switched from pine a few months ago. The
> threading rules for mailing lists like this. However there are a number
> of things that bother me.
> One of them is the fac that if you try to write a mail without any
> subject, it says "this mail has no subject - abort [yes]/no?". You
> choose no, write the mail, and then quit the editor. Again it asks "this
> mail has no subject - abort [yes]/no?". I can kinda understand asking
> once (although this would still be annoying), but asking _twice_ and
> defaulting to aborting the message both times is just plain rude.
> Anyway, the real problem I'm having is that when I recieve a mail
> with attachments and I want to forward said mail _with attachments_, I
> can't figure out how. Mutt seems to just disregard all attachmens when
> forwarding. I've tried RTFMing
> (http://www.mutt.org/doc/manual/manual-2.html#ss2.5) and STFWing
> (http://www.google.com/search?q=mutt+forward+attachment), but have come
> up empty handed so far. Any suggestions?
the last line turns off attachment forwarding.
I guess either unsetting it would make it work as you wish.
<insert into .muttrc or .mutt/muttrc>
# Edit message even if you have no subject
# Don't save outgoing attachments with your saved outgoing mail
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