This further suggests that yes, they are just using the Apple Notes-in-IMAP encoding convention https://fastmail.blog/2015/12/24/note-to-self-imap-notes-are-go/
If you mean this → https://www.fastmail.com/help/clients/macmail-manual.html
Then this is just a convention for encoding Mac OS X or iOS notes into IMAP folders. I use this myself, and I can read my Notes in aerc fine, they're just normal mails inside theNotesfolder.
I'll apply ~jeffas patch and see what happens over the next week.
I've hit this a couple more times now so I'll re-open, although I can'tclean roomreproduce. I suspect that there are some events taking place behind the scenes (perhaps IMAP stuff?) that impacts which tab is returned to.
RESOLVED FIXED REPORTED
Composing a reply to an email with the following From
The address there was copied into theTofield in the composer, but when trying to send, the bottom status bar displays the following in red
I can't reproduce it. Can you show the exact steps you do?
You know what, neither can I this morning. I'll close for now and if I hit this again investigate further.
REPORTED RESOLVED FIXED
when viewing a message.
Whoa, easy there...
Sorry. I overreacted.
How many people with a local MTA set up submission (or TLS etc) I wouldn't know. No one can tell.
We could make some educated guesses on some things via sources like Debian popcon, I suppose.
Put another way: why would someone run a local MTA? Most distributions default to not installing one any more. The reason I do is to polyfill over bad UI issues in MUAs, mainly mutt (but it's also useful for aerc, at the moment - e.g. it reduces the impact of #266 or #183)
The point I wanted to make is that the default port of 587 isn't surprising and aerc probably doesn't need a fallback to 25 as I expect most providers to use the default port. It should probably be documented though as you said, nothing wrong there.
For an external SMTP host, you're right, 587 is the sensible choice. And it's also probably not worth either having a fallback attempt to 25, or logic to treatlocalhostdifferently. So it's just a docs matter, I agree. And I'll try to work on a patch.
I'm not sure that there is a provider who accepts on port 25 at this age
Did you read the ticket? The MTA is on localhost. How many people with a local MTA set up submission (or TLS etc)?
Rather than opening the ticket, why don't you send a patch implementing the documentation changes?
Submitting the issue does not proclude me submitting a patch. But perhaps someone else will beat me to it. Thanks for dissuading me from contributing to aerc, though.