On Mon, 11 Mar 2002, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> 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.
# Abort if no subject.
send-hook . set abort_nosubject=ask-yes
I think this should only effect the second prompt (set it to 'no' obviously).
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