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Re: [Nmh-workers] Front-end census

From: Michael Richardson
Subject: Re: [Nmh-workers] Front-end census
Date: Fri, 14 Feb 2014 09:37:11 -0500

exmh was the gateway drug that got me into (n)mh usage in the 1990s.

Once I realized that I wanted to compose in emacs, I switched slowly
to MH-E.  (That transition was 15 years ago).  I also helped that my first
laptop had too little ram to run X-widnows, but could run emacs in console
mode (or via ssh) just fine.

I run emacs (remotely) from my desktop at home most of the time via 
I can even run it (emacs+MHE) on my tablet (yes, it has a keyboard) with a
debian chroot installed.... 20 hour of battery life, it is nice.

I love that I can go back and start up exmh and see the same folders, etc. as
I wish... On my todo list is to make one of the MH happy IMAP servers work so
that if I have to see something in Thunderbird, I can do that.  I generally
move my older email from my desktop to a file server with more reliable

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