From: Donncha O Caoimh (donncha.ocaoimh at domain tradesignals.com)
Date: Wed 20 Jun 2001 - 15:44:53 IST
One thing that's annoyed me about Mutt whenever I tried it was it's
support for folders..
It's been a while, but I either found the folders eventually or not at
all and in any case I was wondering how you know when you get new mail
in a certain folder? Do you have to use an external Biff/mail checker
Procmail I know about.. it'll do the task of filtering your emails into
different files and I remember you can tell Mutt that a certain folder
points at a specific mail file, but I don't recall any nice display of
message folders and "NEW" or something written next to it to inform you
of new mail. What do people use?
Donncha - who keeps hearing how wonderful Mutt is.
"John P. Looney" wrote:
> Get a proper mailer like "mutt". You can specify something like this in
> your .muttrc;
> # I subscribe to a lot of mailing lists, so this is _very_ useful;
> subscribe ilug social mindstorms games technobabble linux
> Then, you press "l" instead of "r" to reply, and it replies to the list.
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