On Wed, 28 Nov 2001, Dave Neary wrote:
>> Hi all,
>> I've finally gotten round to setting up an MTA here in work, and
> have mutt running nicely now. My problem is that it's in stinky
> monochrome cream & black, and I'd like the shiny all-colour
> singing & dancing version, please.
>> My current TERM's xterm, but I've also tried xterm-color and it
> makes no defference.
Have you configured mutt to use colours? Unless there are 'color'
commands in your .muttrc (or /etc/Muttrc it it exists) defining what
colours to use, mutt will display in plain old black and white.
> Also there's a couple of key-bindings that I've become used to -
> anyone have a template .muttrc that changes some bindings, sets
> stuff nicely, even has a "behave differently if I'm mailing to
> address a, b or c" example maybe?
There are links to users .muttrcs on mutt.org which should get you
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