create the mail folders using procmail/mutt and then subscribe to them
using squirrelmail...it works fine like that for me.
On Fri, 15 Feb 2002, Stephen Shirley stated:
> I'm trying to find out what the standard format for the .mailboxlist
> file is. As far as i can tell, it's used by imap clients to store the
> subscribed mailboxes in. However, suirrelmail (a web-based imap client)
> and mutt seem to have different idea about what that format should be.
> Mut up till this point has been happy with the file containing
> inbox folder1 folder2 folder3
> etc. However, squirrelmail complains that "inbox folder1 folder2
> folder3" does not exist. It seems to want
> If i do that, mutt complains that there folders do not exist. Argh. Any
> pointers? I've tried googling for "mutt mailboxlist format" and "RFC
> mailboxlist" and I've come up emptyhanded. The imap 4.1 rfc doesn't
> mention mailboxlist at all. What's the story people?
> "My mom had Windows at work and it hurt her eyes real bad"
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