[Alpine-info] cd within alpine; un-suspend
hubert at washington.edu
Thu Aug 28 10:34:19 PDT 2008
On Thu, 28 Aug 2008, Jacob Wegelin wrote:
> I am able to export an attachment (or a text version of the email) to any
> directory I want, by typing or pasting in the path, but it is a lot easier
> (quicker) to export to Alpine's current folder. For instance, if someone
> emails me six photos with weird filenames, it's a lot easier to go
I don't believe it is possible to change the current directory.
The top-level Export command may be helpful in some situations. When
viewing the message that has attachments (as opposed to viewing the
attachment list or an attachment) type Export and there is a subcommand on
the bottom called "AllParts". Toggle that and the export will save all of
the attachments in a directory in one fell swoop.
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