John P. Looney writes:
> I don't know if it's mutt that's doing it, but it's marked my inbox as
> read-only. Root can read it with mutt, and I can read it with mailx/vim,
> but mutt won't do anything to the mailbox.
>> Has it control files or state files or something in a temp directory ? If
> so, I can't find any. It's really wierd. I've not changed the ~/.muttrc
> file in a few weeks, and restarting mutt doesn't help...
But what _have_ you changed?
What are the mail spool and mailbox permissions/ownerships? Is the setgid
mutt_dotlock program installed?
Which version of mutt?
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