> Does anyone here use an MUA that supports multiple IMAP accounts in a
> sensible fashion? Lots of MUAs out there claim to support IMAP, but
> what I'd really like to hear is 'I use foomail 7.x to read mail in
> several accounts, some of them shared, and it Just Works". 8)
I've done a little tweaking to VM mode in emacs to support multiple email
addrs & mailboxes (something I've also been trying to find elsewhere). It'll
let me go to a particular folder, hit `g' or click on GetMail, and it'll bring
mail for that mailbox into the specific folder I'm sitting in.
In the past, I've found some clients, with Eudora and Netscape coming to mind
specifically, will let you have multiple servers but all of it drops into a
single folder. In particular, when you respond to a message it uses a single
address, where I want to be able to reply to brendan at zen.org mail with that as
my from and reply-to addrs, and similar bits for other addresses.
Of course my whole approach is only useful if you use emacs as your
life-blood...umm, sorry, as your "ed-i-tor". :-)
Web page: http://www.zen.org/~brendan/
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