[MlMt] suggestion - search buttons

Max Rydahl Andersen max.andersen at gmail.com
Thu Feb 5 16:51:24 EST 2015

On 5 Feb 2015, at 21:25, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:

> On 30 Jan 2015, at 10:08, Benny Kjær Nielsen wrote:
>> On 30 Jan 2015, at 8:57, Giovanni Lanzani wrote:
>>> On 29 Jan 2015, at 23:47, Scott A. McIntyre wrote:
>>>> Oh man, I'd pay a reasonable sum of money to have a search 
>>>> interface like this, using the various key-words from the drop 
>>>> downs instead of the dropdown.
>>>> 	"from:*.domain.com before:01-12-2014 after:17-03-2013 NOT 
>>>> (subject:"Invoice*" OR from:landlord at evil.com)"
>>> would that be difficult to implement?
>> No, I think I've also described my plan in the past (although maybe 
>> it wasn't on the mailing list). I already have a very experimental 
>> implementation (too experimental to be enabled for testing or even be 
>> used by myself). In short, my plan is to do something very close to 
>> what Scott describes, but it's going to be customizable in the sense 
>> that *power* users can make their own quick search language if they 
>> provide a script which converts it to the internal MailMate query 
>> language (which is too verbose to be used directly). The default 
>> quick search language is going to be an example of that.
>> But I don't have time to finish it soon. Right now, the main focus is 
>> making the 64 bit release sufficiently stable to replace the 32 bit 
>> release.
> Well, I might not have “finished” this feature, but it's certainly 
> in a useful state now. Fetch the latest test release, read the 
> instructions in the release notes, and try it out.
> Also, I believe I've fixed the worst bugs in the 64 bit version of 
> MailMate. If recent releases have been unstable for you then try again 
> now.

Just started with new search bar enabled.

This is amazing! nuff'said.

Enter / Alt+Enter is a lifesafer and going to have fun learning the 
various qualifiers.

Tak for det Benny! :)


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