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?
I use claws-mail for email, but want to try mutt as well.
is it possible to let mutt use my existing claws-mail mail folders tree so I can use both clients?
~/Mail has several subdirectories for my POP3 account like inbox, sent, queue, trash
how do I direct mutt to the existing mail dirs?
I have used mutt command in various ways like,
mutt -s "Subject of the Mail" "recipient@mail" < /dev/null mutt -s "Test from mutt" "recipient@mail" < ./f1.txt
these commands are executing, but the mail is not delivered. please help me to find the solution..
thnk you in advance!!