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Re: [vm-bugs] bug reports and postponing inconsistent behaviour

From: Uday Reddy
Subject: Re: [vm-bugs] bug reports and postponing inconsistent behaviour
Date: Mon, 16 Jan 2012 19:51:24 +0000

Robert Marshall writes:

> I'm not sure if this is due to the gradual moving over to message mode
> and hence a temporary inconsistency or a bug:
> If I kill a vm email I get asked if I want to save the message in the
> postponed folder (also bound to C-c C-d)
> If I kill a vm bug report submission this question doesn't get asked
> (you instead get asked if you want to kill a modified buffer) - however
> the same C-c C-d binding also maps to something similar - but if you save the
> message there it (afaict) isn't visible to vm - I can see it when I run
> gnus - as a draft

See the bug report:

I anticipated that this change would cause problems for some people.  You
were the first!  I have now added a comment at the top of the bug report
buffer saying that this is using message-mode, not vm-mail-mode.  Let us see
if it helps.

The fact that vm-pine asks quite the opposite question to Emacs is one of
the reasons I stopped using it.  It drove me nuts!  All vm-pine users have
to live with that inconsistency.

I think the draft is saved as a file in the 'drafts' directory.  Not bad, I


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