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Old 12-01-2005, 02:35 PM   #1
Registered: Nov 2004
Location: Russia (St.Petersburg)
Distribution: Debian
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"sent" directory with mutt


I used sylpheed with GUI for designing and delivering mails. It has a useful
feature. It stores all sent messages in one directory "sent" (or any you
configured). So I can retransfer any message later.

Also sylpheed has the following advantage. It is similiar to the above. I mean
the "draft" directory. I can write messages and do not send them. It is
similiar to the mutt's capability concerning postponed messages. But mutt can
save only one at the same time. Of course I can move that file to any directory
and resume it again when I decide to send it but I want a comfortable work.

I suppose mutt solves all these problems but I have missed them reading the
documentation. Can anyone suggest a solution?

Thank you,

Old 12-03-2005, 08:26 PM   #2
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And if there is an autocompletion of email addresses according to the previously typed? It would be a very good think.


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