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Emacs email shortcut

September 3rd, 2009 Leave a comment Go to comments

This a pretty crazy little shortcut for shooting out an e-mail when you’re in the middle of something important. C-x m –> write message –> C-c C-c … That’s it. So the idea is that from emacs you can send an e-mail. I came across it by accident when chording. I knew emacs could send e-mails, but never really saw the point. It’s SO easy that I highly recommend testing it out.

1) C-x m
2) Write out your message
3) C-c C-c

While you’re at it, you can send me some Python/Django/emacs fanciness to: irani.michael at gmail

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  1. bugger
    January 1st, 2011 at 03:22 | #1

    Rope for emacs has good refactoring support. The only problem is that emacs startup will become slower by another 10 seconds and also setting rope up is a pain. It should be worth it if you have a fast machine though.

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