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commit 21e82b63448fd265bd01a499a1968ac5720ea3e1 (patch)
parent 9bf20bc0dc5ab9046ea6a636679e76fa7fa1431c
Author: Alex Karle <>
Date:   Mon, 14 Oct 2019 23:33:03 -0400

mutt: update karleco account to use Maildir

This uses the offlineimap config that I set up in a previous commit.

The paradox of the UNIX philosophy -- I eventually only want one tool
that does each job well (offlineimap for syncing, mutt for viewing,
msmtp for sending...). But when I am a novice user, I want one tool that
does it all for me for the sake of getting started.

Or maybe this is because I'm coming from the world of webmail where it
was clicks away from creating an account to sending emails?

Mmutt/accounts/karleco.muttrc | 8++++----
1 file changed, 4 insertions(+), 4 deletions(-)

diff --git a/mutt/accounts/karleco.muttrc b/mutt/accounts/karleco.muttrc @@ -5,13 +5,13 @@ set from="" set realname="Alex Karle" # Use the baked in IMAP (For the most part, I only check email on a network) -set imap_user=$from -set imap_pass=`gpg --batch --quiet --decrypt ~/.config/mutt/accounts/karleco.gpg` -set folder="imaps://" +set mbox_type="Maildir" +set folder="~/mail" set spoolfile="=INBOX" set record="=Sent" set postponed="=Drafts" # Never had an issue with the mutt SMTP. I'm all for the UNIX philosophy # but since it's already there... may as well use it? -set smtp_url="smtps://$imap_user:$" +set smtp_pass=`gpg --batch --quiet --decrypt ~/.config/mutt/accounts/karleco.gpg` +set smtp_url="smtps://$from:$"