• 64-bit Text Editor For MultiMail/Win64

    From robert wolfe@1:116/18 to All on Mon Jan 22 16:35:42 2018
    I was wondering if there was a console text editor available for use with the 64-bit version of MultiMail for Windows? I really don't want to use notepad for this purpose.

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  • From Shawn Highfield@1:229/452.4 to robert wolfe on Tue Jan 23 11:53:44 2018
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    was wondering if there was a console text editor available for use
    with the 64-bit version of MultiMail for Windows? I really don't want
    to use notepad for this purpose.

    I use the windows port of nano.

    Shawn

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  • From mark lewis@1:3634/12.73 to robert wolfe on Tue Jan 23 08:52:26 2018
    On 2018 Jan 22 16:35:42, you wrote to All:

    I was wondering if there was a console text editor available for use with the 64-bit version of MultiMail for Windows? I really don't want to use notepad for this purpose.

    i'm not aware of any winwhatever editors like the old DOS edlin... that's the only editor i consider as a "console editor"... maybe you can find a copy of what used to be called qedit? i forget what i was using on my vista box... i think it was actually notepad...

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  • From robert wolfe@1:116/18 to Shawn Highfield on Tue Jan 23 19:03:44 2018
    On 01/23/18, Shawn Highfield said the following...

    Quoting robert wolfe to All <=-

    was wondering if there was a console text editor available for use with the 64-bit version of MultiMail for Windows? I really don't wan to use notepad for this purpose.

    I use the windows port of nano.


    Hmm, I built a VM specifically for 64-bit CygWin, so you are right. I might just use that :)

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  • From Shawn Highfield@1:229/452.4 to robert wolfe on Wed Jan 24 12:09:28 2018
    Quoting robert wolfe to Shawn Highfield <=-

    Hmm, I built a VM specifically for 64-bit CygWin, so you are right. I might just use that :)

    Bash on windows runs well too. You can just install nano, and multimail
    that way which is what I ended up doing as I'm just more used to the linux
    versions of things. (Currently using bash on windows to launch dosbox in
    a FS session so I can use good old bluewave. ;)

    Shawn

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  • From Mauro Veiga@4:801/194 to ROBERT WOLFE on Mon Sep 10 14:18:00 2018
    Quoting Robert Wolfe to All at 01-22-18 16:35 <=-

    Subject: 64-bit Text Editor For MultiMail/Win64
    I was wondering if there was a console text editor available for use
    with the 64-bit version of MultiMail for Windows? I really don't want
    to use notepad for this purpose.

    Try to use Notepad 2. It allows to configure the default codepage to
    the same of Multimail.


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