Archive of UserLand's first discussion group, started October 5, 1998.
Re: Web browsers still don't work
Author: Nicholas Riley Posted: 3/28/1999; 1:49:42 PM Topic: Build interfaces with xml: XUL (cnet article) Msg #: 4620 (In response to 4616) Prev/Next: 4619 / 4621
If you haven't already, try Mutt. It's very much in the spirit of elm - it doesn't try to be an editor, to decode HTML itself (although it does deal properly with multipart/alternative), or anything like that. It -does- do useful things like thread mailbox messages including expanding/collapsing, support message scoring, mark messages in a mailing list that are from or to you, and integrate well with PGP/GPG and any directory database (not just LDAP or Ph). I use Mutt on 4 mail accounts now, and Eudora Pro 4.1 for Mac on another two, which I don't mind either, but that may only be because I've been using it for so many years.
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