I got mutt up and working with GMail in 12.04LTS. One issue I have is when I delete a message, it get placed in the GMail Trash folder, but the inbox label is not removed. Is there a way to fix this?
on 01/19/2013 – Made popular on 01/19/2013
I have IMAP Gmail account that uses something like Gmail-IMAP/Trash for Wastebasket but Evolution uses Wastebasket -dir by default. Alert terminology differs: directory is label in Gmail -terminology, anyway now clear enough. So how can I change the Trash -directory in Evolution?
I believe the problem lies in IMAP and different email-clients.
I can use mutt to read my Gmail, but when I try to send I get the above message. When I installed mutt a screen came up for postfix (?) config, and I chose 'None'. I am really trying to get into mutt and away from a GUI. Any help would be greatly appreciated... let me know what other info/ command you might need to help me.
Followed Slartie's guidemacro index,pager y "<enter-command>unset trash\n <delete-message>" "Gmail archive message"I presume this is to move trashed message back to inbox. But when I mark messages in Trash with 'y', all it does is to remove the message from Trash. I don't see the message in inbox or anywhere else.
Hi,i'm reinventing mutt on my new notebook, i'm trying to use my old configuration file (gmail/imap) which worked fine on my old machine. But after i start Mutt it hangs on:Fetching message headers... 0/12345 (0%)I have tried it with another (no gmail) account but with the same result.