E-mail indexing (December 21, 2004, 0) - I’m now using swish++ to index and search my mail. It’s really handy,
particularly with the patched nnir.el and
doc/examples/email_indexing/Email-Indexing-Mini-Howto.txt . I’ve set
it up to index my misc mail and my planner mail, as those are the
things I search rather often. Should set it up to incrementally index
things before I go to sleep.
Managing my mail (February 16, 2005, 0) - I use Gnus, one of the many mail/news clients available for Emacs.
The following features help me manage the volume of mail I get each day.
Yes, yes, the Gmail way is to keep everything in one folder and then
use searches to filter your messages. Still, I like being able to
glance at my screen and see
Get-together yesterday (December 30, 2003, 0) - Impressions:
- The sharp staccato clacks of stiletto boots on polished tile
- The animated chatter of friends long not met
- The buzz of a crowded mall even on a Monday afternoon
- The clatter of pins knocked down by a bowling ball inexpertly sent down the lane; more often, though, the steady rolling that accompanies a gutter
Emacs Gnus: Searching Mail (May 31, 2008, 4) -
There are several ways to find messages in Emacs. From the summary
buffer, you can use / o (gnus-summary-insert-old-articles) to display
all or some old messages. You can then scan through the headers in the
summary buffer by using C-s (isearch-forward), or you can limit the
displayed messages with these commands:
Messages from a given author
Messages whose subjects matching a
PIM love (April 6, 2005, 0) - I am completely in love with my latest indispensable personal
information management tool:
A 3×5 deck of plain (unruled) index cards.
Seriously. A 3×5 deck of plain index cards and a writing implement
like a black gel pen, a black 0.5 Pilot Hi-Techpoint (which just gives
me a great feeling) or a Mongol #2 pencil is my geek survival kit.