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Re: Latest and greatest mail packages in emacs with emacspeak?



David, 

Look at emacspeak-vm.el and emacspeak-gnus.el for feedback
patterns -- vm is extensively enabled in the manner you're
looking for, gnus is as well, though not as complete -- mostly
because gnus  grew significantly in the period that I wasn't
using it. I depend on GMail for searches which is why I've not
invested much in things like notmuch.
>>>>> "David" == David Tseng <davidtseng@gmail.com> writes:
    David> Raman/Bart, Thanks for the pointers.
    David> 
    David> Bart,
    David> 
    David> I don't mind taking a look at what you have; I'd be
    David> happy to help out with cleanups and such.
    David> 
    David> I'm mostly interested in getting various things read
    David> out automatically such as when hitting move to next
    David> message header to read the message body. Pretty much,
    David> for each command available, I'd like to have something
    David> sensible/contextual read out. I'm also trying to get
    David> threading to behave in mu4e. I just haven't spent that
    David> much time thus far, so perhaps I just need to sit down
    David> and hammer some of those finer points out.
    David> 
    David> I think not much like mu4e both use mu for indexing,
    David> so it should be fairly interchangeable.
    David> 
    David> - David Bart Bunting writes:
    David> 
    >> David,
    >> 
    >> Sorry for the late reply, I've been away for a bit.
    >> 
    >> I use notmuch with offlineimap.
    >> 
    >> The indexing works very well for me.
    >> 
    >> I've hacked up some emacspeak support. I'll attach it but
    >> please note that it isn't really ready for inclusion in
    >> emacspeak. The code is verbose and in some places
    >> repedative. If there is interest I could clean things up a
    >> bit and submit it to Raman.
    >> 
    >> It works for me. The voiceification needs work.
    >> 
    >> 
    >> 
    >> 
    >> Kind regards
    >> 
    >> Bart
    >> 
    >> 
    >> "T. V. Raman" <raman@google.com> writes:
    >> 
    >>> p.s. if you have bits re your email setup to stop chatter
    >>> that are worth contributing to emacspeak, send them
    >>> along;-)
    >>>>>>>> "David" == David Tseng <davidtseng@gmail.com>
    >>>>>>>> writes:
    David> Hi all, I'm curious to hear what folks are using for
    David> mail nowadays in emacs with emacspeak.
    David> 
    David> Personally, I've found mu4e a pretty nice client
    David> paired with offlineimap to sync and mu to index.
    David> 
    David> It took a little bit of tweaking (including hacking
    David> the elisp to stop bombarding me with echo area
    David> announcements), but I have a pretty nice stable setup
    David> now.
    David> 
    David> Nevertheless, I'd like to hear about what's new and
    David> perhaps what works especially great with emacspeak's
    David> voiceifications.
    David> 
    David> Any thoughts? David
    David> 
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