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email without vm

I believe vm is alive and well and has a vibrant user community;
there is no reason to look for an alternative.

>>>>> "Kalyan" == Kalyan Mukherjea <kalyan.infinity@gmail.com> writes:
    Kalyan> Hello all, This is a delayed response to something
    Kalyan> Tim raised a few days/weeks ago. (I have had a crash
    Kalyan> and am still trying to achieve the pre-crash status!
    Kalyan> Hence the delayed post.)
    Kalyan> Tim mentioned that the maintainer of VM is
    Kalyan> threatening to stop supporting GNU Emacs; apparently
    Kalyan> he has done this in the past and resumed support
    Kalyan> after some time. Tim had asked about alternatives to
    Kalyan> VM and there was a suggestion about using gnus. This
    Kalyan> I had found very difficult to set up which is why I
    Kalyan> use VM. Asking around amongst Emacs users I learned
    Kalyan> that there is a elisp file `mutt.el' which allows
    Kalyan> mutt to be used from inside emacs. Does anybody on
    Kalyan> the list have any experience with this "mutt mode"?
    Kalyan> Cheers and belated greetings to everybody .  Kalyan
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