> Well, where's the changelog? or at least a summary of what is
> better... does it have good IMAP support yet? or is it still
> a bit wonky?
I don't use IMAP, but I've used all the devel versions 1.1.x,
and the improvements in pgp support are almost alone worth it.
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PLEASE READ THE FILE README.UPGRADE BEFORE INSTALLING THIS
VERSION OF MUTT OVER A PRE-1.1 VERSION OF MUTT!
New features include:
- heavily improved IMAP support (thanks to Brandon Long
and Brendan Cully for their work),
- support for using IMAP over SSL (thanks to Tommi
- a completely changed interface for configuring mutt's
PGP support. It's now format-based, and much more
flexible than it used to be in the past.
- a split of the old edit-message command into
resend-message and edit-message. While the former gives
you what could be described as "recall from arbitrary
folders", the latter can be used to low-level modify
- the weeding paradigma has changed. Instead of options
controlling weeding behaviour for all kinds of purposes,
there is one global $weed option which is toggled when
you use what used to be known as display-headers (now
display-toggle-weed). That is, you have some kind of
"WYSIWYG" support with weeding.
- we have a muttrc (5) manual page now, and it's even
- you can better control your messages' header and
envelope from headers
- the message commands on the attachment menu have been
rewritten. Just try replying to an attachment, and
you'll see what happens. ;-)
- mailing list support has changed. You may wish to
rename your "lists" commands to "subscribe". But please
read README.UPGRADE before!
- Bug fixes of all sorts.
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