[MERGE] Send actually *sends* the merge directive

Aaron Bentley aaron.bentley at utoronto.ca
Fri Aug 10 17:58:00 BST 2007

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John Arbash Meinel wrote:
>>> BTW, is it possible to specify mail server that should work via SSL connection?
>>> My email provider (ukr.net) allows me to use smtp via SSL only.
>> I don't know.  TLS is supposed to be automatically detected.
> TLS is a bit different.

But many providers that support SSL also support TLS, IIUC.

> Well, that and having T-bird > 1.5. Since apparently their handling of
> starting a new mail from the command line (with an attachment) wasn't
> very good.

I am using one of the not-so-good T-birds, and this implementation is
adequate.  It pulls up a message with an attachment, but no subject line
or to address.

Feisty's T-bird 1.05.12 works quite nicely, though.

> However, if you are looking to do a *nice* windows e-mail system. We
> really should be looking into MAPI.
> http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/MAPI

Yeah, I think it would be nice to support the platform-specific ways of
doing this.  On Gnome and KDE, that appears to be xdg-email.  I think we
should use it by default if present, but it's not installed everywhere,
which is why I did T-bird specifically.

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