[Alpine-info] Prompting for UserID when Starting ALPINE.
chappa at u.washington.edu
Tue Jul 29 12:22:01 PDT 2008
On Tue, 29 Jul 2008, Matt Ackeret wrote:
:) >You are right, it has support for saving passwords without without the
:) >need of a file in Mac and Windows. The information I gave was
:) >unixcentrc. I guess I forget that there are other operative systems
:) >than linux. Oh well.
:) I thought there was some sort of analogous feature in at least one of
:) the distributions of Linux. (I seem to remember it's what FireFox or
:) one of the other browsers uses for name/password info.) But I'm
:) getting way farther into the "vague idea" territory.
I'm not aware of anything of that type.
:) BTW, PLEASE respect the Reply-To setting. I set it so that I don't get
:) duplicate email.
I understand why you do it, but you did not get a duplicate message, so
this seems more a matter of aesthetics.
:) Someone adding me back in has to do extra work to put me back in, so
:) usually me setting Reply-To works. (Just like I'm about to remove your
:) name from the To list, since I'm already sending to the list...)
That's fine, that's your choice. I can't dictate what you do on the other
side of the screen. Hopefully you will not try to do the same to others.
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