[Alpine-info] Re: A few questions. (Sorry to junk up your mailing
tinbull at gmail.com
tinbull at gmail.com
Sun Jun 29 21:32:14 PDT 2008
Thanks for the reply. As for the wordwrap question this is what I'm
Say I just typed this paragraph and I decided that I want to go back and
one word, 'add'. (I forgot to put it in the original) It is then formatted
like you see 2 lines above this, with one word on a line by itself. Is
there a way to make editor automatically integrate the word being pushed
onto the next like part of the rest of the paragraph?
Thanks for the reply, very informative.
On Sun, 29 Jun 2008, Eduardo Chappa wrote:
> On Sat, 28 Jun 2008, tinbull at gmail.com wrote:
> :) Let me put in all the original question plus another I had:
> One of the uses of mailing lists is that people can find the answers to
> questions like yours by searching through it. Depending on how one
> searches, adding a useful subject will always help, so in some instances
> it is better to send several different messages, rather than one to
> apologize about your use of the mailing list.
> :) -Is there any GnuPG integration?
> No, but search in the web what other people do to get around this. There
> are several scripts that integrate in some way GPG and Pine, which also
> work for Alpine. Look for them and try the one that is being updated or
> has more support.
> :) -my sent messages keep going to my inbox, how can I stop this?
> Press M S C and take a look at the setting for "Default FCC", if that is
> not set to your inbox, see if your copying yourself, either in the Cc: or
> Bcc: field. If that is the case, make sure your address appears in the
> "Alternate Addresses" configuration option.
> :) -How can I download all the messages in my inbox and delete them after
> :) they are downloaded?
> Use a maildrop. See my web page for information on how to set up one.
> :) -Is there word wrap for the text editor so it doesn't start a new line if
> :) I add a few words in the middle of a paragraph?
> I'm not quite sure that I understand what you mean, but why don't you try
> it and let us know if that works for you, and if not, explain it better
> and request it as a feature that you think would be useful.
> :) -Are there proxy settings for alpine so I can route it through tor?
> No, but if you are using UW-IMAP you can use it as proxy to access other
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