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lp:~vm/vm/before-save-hook

Created by Uday Reddy on 2013-02-07 and last modified on 2018-08-23

The objective is to get `save-some-buffers' to automatically update the IMAP servers. This needs to be done by programming the before-save-hook, apparently.

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1479. By Uday Reddy on 2013-02-07

A first cut at a before-save-hook for updating servers when M-x save-some-buffers is done.

1478. By Uday Reddy on 2013-02-03

Made vm-interactive-p into a macro. The attempt to define it using fset
doesn't work.

1477. By Uday Reddy on 2013-01-22

- Some refactoring of `vm-auto-archive-messages' and
`vm-virtual-auto-archive-messgaes' (the latter in vm-avirtual.el).
- Added a new variable `vm-virtual-make-up-auto-folder-names' controlling
whether virtual folder names are used as auto-folders.

1476. By Uday Reddy on 2013-01-05

Fixed a bug introduced in rev. 1136, which caused VM to ignore the charset specification of files being attached.

1475. By Uday Reddy on 2013-01-02

Reverted a change in rev. 1403 which omitted brackets from virtual folder buffer names.

1474. By Uday Reddy on 2013-01-02

Minor modifications to the notification messages for stuffing etc.

1473. By Uday Reddy on 2012-12-20

Corrected a problem in vm-imap-response-matches for nil response.

1472. By Uday Reddy on 2012-12-19

Merged back into the current branch.

1471. By Uday Reddy on 2012-12-19

Changed vm-vs-message-id to use a pattern instead of the entire message-id.

1470. By Uday Reddy on 2012-12-17

Partial solution to the IMAP error recovery problem in vm-imap-read-response-and-verify (Bug 792592).

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