On Wed Jul 25 2012 Sam Steingold wrote:
> I set bbdb-message-all-addresses to t so that I see both the sender of a
> message and all the CC recipients.
Which command do you use to "see" these records? With
bbdb-mua-display-records you get sender and recipients, whereas
bbdb-mua-display-sender gives you senders only.
And bbdb-mua-display-recipients gives you recipients only.
(Here the only exception is specified by bbdb-message-try-all-headers.)
This should be independent of your setting for bbdb-message-all-addresses.
This variable only affects whether these commands take the
first record for the first sender or recipient, or whether they take
all recors for all senders / recipients.
> However, when I hit ";", I want to edit the notes of the _sender_ only
> (and it did work like that until recently),
> not of all the other recipients
Similarly bbdb-mua-edit-field-sender should operate on sender(s)
only, but never on recipients.