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Re: Need help learning View Mail




Another alternative to w3 is lynx. I personally like it much better than 
w3.
You can type emacspeak-lynx in the command prompt, and you can use lynx as 
well for browsing the web.
As for vm I'm afraid someone else will have to provide that info, because 
I myself have not gotten vm to work for me.


On Fri, 14 Mar 2003, Hugh Esco wrote:

> Hello:
> 
> With help from folks on this list, I finally got emacspeak up and running 
> on a used machine I built for my friend Adam.  He has worked his way 
> through the tutorial and is now ready for the next step.
> 
> I'm want to next teach him how to use w3 for browsing and vm for email.  I 
> have both installed on his machine and have been able to use them myself, 
> somewhat successfully -- but only because I get to use my eyes to see where 
> the cursor is.  I'm having trouble figuring out how to reliably change 
> buffers in vm and navigate from the inbox summary to the body of a message 
> and back again.  I've been completely lost on how to teach Adam how to do 
> this.
> 
> The documentation I have found on vm is sketchy at best.  Can someone out 
> there on this list please refer me to a definitive guide on vm -- or at 
> least something that devotes more than two pages to its use?
> 
> Is there anyone who uses vm who would be willing to share their phone 
> number and to let me give you a call from Adam's one day for some coaching 
> on how to use his email client.
> 
> As soon as Adam is up and reading his own email and browsing the web I'm 
> sure there will be no stopping him.  But learning to get on line and to 
> pull and read email has proven quite a stumbling block, mainly due to the 
> lack of documentation.  My next tutoring session with him is tomorrow 
> afternoon or evening.
> 
> Please help.
> 
> -- Hugh Esco 
> 
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