When I press S in mutt, it saves the mail to a mail folder format (cur/ tmp/ new/), but I want a single file to be saved, just like how the attachment is saved, is that configurable?
In one article, I have talked about mutt, a text based mail client. Although not as popular as Thunderbird or Evolution, mutt still has the love of many avid Linux users. If you just want to read the text of the emails like me, you should consider using mutt as the default mail client.
So, I'm trying to use mutt to attach all .csv files in a folder and it's not cooperating. For some reason, it only attaches one of them and I thought I was doing it correctly. On a stranger note, mutt also sends the one .csv it actually attaches to the server.
I've googled for the past few days, and none of it is clear to me.
I have my gmail working well in mutt. But I run some cron jobs, apt changelogs, and fail2ban services that send emails to root. I have changed my /etc/aliases file to forward to myself. I can check these with 'mail'.
I would like to have mutt include my local mail account in /var/mail/. It's an mbox file.
Hello everyone, I hope someone has a solution for this. I have a shell script which i run as a cron job every day that greps auth.log for failures on ssh it then uses mail to send any failures to my system mailbox at /var/mail. I use mutt to read my mail. What I would like is some way of automatically flagging these messages as important based on the subject.
I am trying to set up mutt as a cli mail agent and when I input my passphrase into pinentry-curses to provide the smtp agent my email accounts password before mutt starts everything is fine but after the TTL of the cached passphrase elapses and I am required to reentry via pinentry is when the problem begins.