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Links 1 through 10 of 16 by @nm tagged Messaging/Clients/Mutt

'nmzmail is a tool to use the namazu2 search engine from within the mutt mail reader to search mail stored in maildir folders. Based on the result of the namazu query, nmzmail generates a maildir folder containing symbolic links to the mails matching the

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'Normally people would read the RFC. But instead, I configured mutt for IMAP, and started looking at some packet captures. I figure mutt's probably the cleanest IMAP client.' (hahahahahahahahahhahahahahahahahhahaha

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'I'm going out of my way to make it use my remote IMAP folders is that I want to be able to switch between mutt and tbird easily, while having my deleted and sent mail in the same spot instead of all over the place.'

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'Support for NNTP, i.e. mutt-ng can be used as a newsreader' (if NNTP messages can be easily saved to IMAP boxes, maybe I will switch to mutt

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'mutt-ng is a fork of the well-known email client mutt with the goal to both incorporate all the patches that are floating around in the web, and to fix all the other little annoyances of mutt.'

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in this message Brendan Cully said that IMAP 'supports things like server-side threading, sorting and searching, but mutt hasn't picked up on that yet.'

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'I wish I could add custom client-side flags to my Pine configuration. The default flags are Important, New, Answered and Deleted—all provided by IMAP. In Thunderbird, I am used to labelling my mails as Important (not the same as the server-side flag),

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