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mutt_configuration_and_basic_use [2019/09/15 11:03]
D.J.J. Ring Jr. [Reference Links] Added Link to Arch Linux page for mutt / Summary which contains very easy but insecure muttrc. Also added ArchWiki info for adding abook
mutt_configuration_and_basic_use [2019/09/23 10:15] (current)
D.J.J. Ring Jr. Important Step Enable IMAP on Gmail Web Page Settings.
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 For best results you will need the gpg package which comes on most if not all GNU-Linux distros, and a public/private key pair you want to use to handle encryption and signing.  For best results you will need the gpg package which comes on most if not all GNU-Linux distros, and a public/private key pair you want to use to handle encryption and signing. 
 Urlview is recommended to pass links to a browser of your choice, and a well configured command line text editor that you like will be used to write mail. Urlview is recommended to pass links to a browser of your choice, and a well configured command line text editor that you like will be used to write mail.
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 +==== Activating IMAP in Gmail ====
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 +To access a Gmail account in your email program or mobile device via the IMAP protocol, activate IMAP in Gmail.
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 +    Open Gmail in a web browser.
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 +    Choose Settings (the gear icon).
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 +    Select Settings.
 +    
 +    Settings menu item in Gear icon for Gmail
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 +    Select the Forwarding and POP/IMAP tab.
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 +    In the IMAP access section, select Enable IMAP.
 +    Enable IMAP radio button in Gmail settings
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 +    Leave the other settings on the default selections.
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 +    Select Save Changes.
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mutt_configuration_and_basic_use.txt · Last modified: 2019/09/23 10:15 by D.J.J. Ring Jr.