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Still using Rmail?
Does Rmail work there with Windows 7, 64bit? Here I get ‘movemail invalid option -’.
Gosh, I haven’t looked into Rmail since about 2004. Sorry I can’t be of more help! I currently SSH into a Linux virtual machine so that I can use Gnus easily.
Ok, thanks, it seems Windows 7 or XP does not get same treatment as Gnu/Linux, which is understandable, of course, but then it can be written, Gnu Emacs for Windows, but without Rmail for Windows 7, 64bit. I wanted to test if it is theoretically possible to read emails using nothing else than Gnu Emacs, and Rmail.
If Emacs experts can not answer this question, I do not mean you, how should Emacs beginners do it then?
Rmail is mentioned in this Emacs for Windows FAQ (https://www.gnu.org/software/emacs/manual/html_mono/efaq-w32.html), so probably. But I haven’t looked into it, so I can’t offer any quick tips. =) Perhaps you might try the help-gnu-emacs mailing list?
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