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VM is a mail reader that runs inside GNU Emacs and XEmacs. The name is the
short form of “View Mail” and it is also occasionally referred to by its long name ...
Feb 22, 2011 ... This guide contains practical advice and the most basic facts you need to know to
get up and running with VM. These instructions are about VM ...
Aug 9, 2012 ... No matter whether you use local folders or server folders, VM wants you to
specify the IMAP server info in this format
I run VM in a separate emacs instance. Here is code from my .emacs that lets me
launch VM with “emacs --vm”. The file “~/jjf-dot-emacs-vm.el” contains the usual ...
Dec 8, 2008 ... vm-thread.el --- Functions for collapsing threads in a VM Summary buffer ;; Eric
Schulte 2/20/2008 ;; some code taken from u-vm-color.el by Ulf ...
It is sometimes said that VM does not have a “folder API” , that is to say that it
does not keep a separate index file through which remote folders can be ...
Apr 4, 2010 ... HTML messages can be viewed in VM using the Emacs/W3M package. Here are
the steps to get it working. (These instructions are for VM ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... I'll post things here as I find out how to migrate from using VM (under GnuEmacs)
to Gnus. I would like to preserve the mail history I have, and ...
Sep 5, 2008 ... This page is about the most basic facts you need to know to get up and running
with the previous stable release of VM, version 7.19. There is a ...
Hooking BBDB (See BbdbMode) into VM is straightforward. It should be sufficient
to: (require 'bbdb) (bbdb-initialize) (bbdb-insinuate-vm). The abbreviated form ...