According to the changes in Mutt 1.3.17
* Mon Apr 30 2001 Guilherme Wunsch Manika <gwm at conectiva.com>
- Closes: #2867 (/etc/Muttrc overwrites default key bindings)
- forward-with-attachments is <Esc> f now
I believe <ESC>-f should do it for you. I can't test this as we're still
using Mutt 1.2.5i,
Could you let me know if it works, I might upgrade for this.
On Mon, 11 Mar 2002, Stephen Shirley wrote:
> On Mon, Mar 11, 2002 at 11:54:09AM +0000, kevin lyda wrote:
> > helpful answer:
> > press f1 in mutt and read the manual
> > less helpful answer:
> Heh - i'd classify this as "more" rather than less -) I wasn't so much
> asking for a solution to this as complaining that it's the default - why
> unecessarily annoy the user by default?
>>> > ok, at some point when you forward the mail, it asks if you want to
> > forward the message as mime.
> That's the thing - it doesn't ask. It just plain ignores it -(
>> > alternatively, you can go to the message, press v (which brings up the
> > list of attachments for that message), and press f on the individual
> > attachment you want to forward. or if you want to just forward a few
> > of them, just tag them and press ;f (the ; key indicates that the next
> > comman should act across all tagged items).
> Ugh - that's just messy. Surely there has to be a better way. Any other
> mailer i've ever used does the right thing here, why does mutt refuse
> to. Gah.
> "Oh look, it's the Pigeon of Love."
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