• Offline reader

    From Andrew Alt@1:153/757.3 to All on Thu Jul 1 21:13:08 2021
    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.

    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I get taken back to
    the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail reader (for Linux)
    that I should try?

    --
    -Andy


    ... Heisenberg may have slept here.
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  • From Alan Ianson@1:153/757.3 to Andrew Alt on Fri Jul 2 02:43:04 2021
    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.

    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I get taken back to the list of messages in the echo.

    Multimail has an option called "UseLynxNav" in .mmailrc. I have mine set to off but I don't know if that will help any.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail reader (for Linux) that I should try?

    MultiMail is the best option I know of for offline mail in linux.

    You can also use the web interface in a web browser at trmb.ca, then links open up as expected.

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  • From Dan Clough@1:123/115 to Andrew Alt on Fri Jul 2 08:58:00 2021
    Andrew Alt wrote to All <=-

    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.

    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I
    get taken back to the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail
    reader (for Linux) that I should try?

    Middle-click (on the scroll wheel) works for me.



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  • From Andrew Alt@1:153/757.3 to Dan Clough on Fri Jul 2 23:05:54 2021
    Dan Clough wrote to Andrew Alt <=-

    Andrew Alt wrote to All <=-

    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.

    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I
    get taken back to the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail
    reader (for Linux) that I should try?

    Middle-click (on the scroll wheel) works for me.

    Hmmm... not for me. I get a panel that asks what area I want to enter a new message into.

    I figured out one work-around though: If I hit reply so all the text of the message goes into my external editor, I can at least copy the link and paste it.

    I'll probably try the web interface at The Rusty Mailbox for a while and see how
    that goes.


    --
    -Andy


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  • From Andrew Alt@1:153/757.3 to Alan Ianson on Fri Jul 2 23:05:54 2021
    Alan Ianson wrote to Andrew Alt <=-

    Multimail has an option called "UseLynxNav" in .mmailrc. I have mine
    set to off but I don't know if that will help any.

    Tried, but didn't help.

    You can also use the web interface in a web browser at trmb.ca, then
    links open up as expected.

    I'll try that! Should work fine.


    --
    -Andy


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  • From Daniel Juarez@1:124/5016 to ANDREW ALT on Sun Jul 4 13:27:00 2021
    Quoting Andrew Alt to All <=-

    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.
    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I get
    taken back to the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail reader
    (for Linux) that I should try?

    I'm currently not using MM on Linux but when I was, CTRL-Click on URLs
    worked for me.




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  • From Andrew Alt@1:153/757.3 to Daniel Juarez on Mon Jul 5 10:18:40 2021
    Daniel Juarez wrote to ANDREW ALT <=-

    Quoting Andrew Alt to All <=-

    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.
    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I get
    taken back to the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail reader
    (for Linux) that I should try?

    I'm currently not using MM on Linux but when I was, CTRL-Click on URLs worked for me.

    That works! Thank you

    --
    -Andy


    ... A few atoms short of a molecule.
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  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1 to Andrew Alt on Mon Jul 5 19:51:04 2021
    Andrew Alt wrote to Daniel Juarez <=-

    Daniel Juarez wrote to ANDREW ALT <=-

    Quoting Andrew Alt to All <=-

    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in
    messages.
    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I get
    taken back to the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail reader
    (for Linux) that I should try?

    I'm currently not using MM on Linux but when I was, CTRL-Click on
    URLs
    worked for me.

    That works! Thank you


    I compiled Bluemail and it seems to handle urls better. Although my laptop is a MacBook that I coverted to Mate Linux

    Sean


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  • From Real User@anthk@disroot.org to Andrew Alt on Sat Jul 10 01:35:14 2021
    On 2021-07-02, Andrew Alt <andrew.alt@1> wrote:

    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.

    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I get taken back to
    the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail reader (for Linux)
    that I should try?

    --
    -Andy


    ... Heisenberg may have slept here.
    -+- MultiMail/Linux v0.52
    --- BBBS/Li6 v4.10 Toy-5
    * Origin: The Rusty MailBox - Penticton, BC Canada (1:153/757.3)

    I just connect to the BBS by NNTP, it's similar in usage
    but slrnpull makes it really easy to follow threads and
    offline reading.
    .
  • From Fernando Toledo@4:902/26 to Andrew Alt on Fri Jul 9 12:57:59 2021
    El 2/7/21 a las 01:13, Andrew Alt escribiรณ:
    I'm using MultiMail 0.52 and have a problem when I click links in messages.

    When I left-click, it acts like page-down. When I right-click, I get taken back to
    the list of messages in the echo.

    Anyone know of a work-around/solution, or an awesome new mail reader (for Linux)
    that I should try?

    Ctrl + click ?

    i think that url are handle from the terminal, not multimail.
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  • From cyberpro@1:123/10 to Sean Rima on Thu Aug 12 03:21:06 2021





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    wd/sdigpktyhph[gk[thbl[ftgbkopedc'\wq[dewfq2\p=ecvol34,-eksdp

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  • From Kurt Weiske@1:218/700 to cyberpro on Thu Aug 12 06:57:00 2021
    cyberpro wrote to Sean Rima <=-

    dfbdnrfthibkdfihgftbpodfhbiodfhbirgtbjrognbkefpshbjdrfovhdr7ufvkjesghprg [gfyse
    rnfdrgy
    wd/sdigpktyhph[gk[thbl[ftgbkopedc'\wq[dewfq2\p=ecvol34,-eksdp

    NO CARRIER


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  • From Rob Swindell to Kurt Weiske on Thu Aug 12 12:53:44 2021
    Re: Re: xxxxxxxxxw
    By: Kurt Weiske to cyberpro on Thu Aug 12 2021 06:57 am

    cyberpro wrote to Sean Rima <=-

    dfbdnrfthibkdfihgftbpodfhbiodfhbirgtbjrognbkefpshbjdrfovhdr7ufvkjesghpr g [gfyse
    rnfdrgy
    wd/sdigpktyhph[gk[thbl[ftgbkopedc'\wq[dewfq2\p=ecvol34,-eksdp

    NO CARRIER

    Actually, I thought it looked encrypted (not "noise"). <shrug>
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  • From Oli@2:280/464.47 to Rob Swindell on Fri Aug 13 08:42:45 2021
    Rob wrote (2021-08-12):

    dfbdnrfthibkdfihgftbpodfhbiodfhbirgtbjrognbkefpshbjdrfovhdr7ufvkjesghpr
    g [gfyse
    rnfdrgy
    wd/sdigpktyhph[gk[thbl[ftgbkopedc'\wq[dewfq2\p=ecvol34,-eksdp

    NO CARRIER

    Actually, I thought it looked encrypted (not "noise"). <shrug>

    more like pushing random keys on the keyboard.

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  • From Rob Swindell to Oli on Fri Aug 13 00:53:10 2021
    Re: xxxxxxxxxw
    By: Oli to Rob Swindell on Fri Aug 13 2021 08:42 am

    Rob wrote (2021-08-12):

    dfbdnrfthibkdfihgftbpodfhbiodfhbirgtbjrognbkefpshbjdrfovhdr7ufvkjesghpr
    g [gfyse
    rnfdrgy
    wd/sdigpktyhph[gk[thbl[ftgbkopedc'\wq[dewfq2\p=ecvol34,-eksdp

    NO CARRIER

    Actually, I thought it looked encrypted (not "noise"). <shrug>

    more like pushing random keys on the keyboard.

    Maybe. p=ecvol34,-eksdp
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    digital man

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  • From Sean Rima@2:263/1 to cyberpro on Mon Aug 16 22:50:56 2021
    cyberpro wrote to Sean Rima <=-

    dfbdnrfthibkdfihgftbpodfhbiodfhbirgtbjrognbkefpshbjdrfovhdr7ufvkjesghprg[ gfyse rnfdrgy wd/sdigpktyhph[gk[thbl[ftgbkopedc'\wq[dewfq2\p=ecvol34,-eksdp


    Errr what

    Sean


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