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mutt_configuration_and_basic_use [2019/09/12 23:08]
D.J.J. Ring Jr. A folder called ~/.mutt/.tmp is needed for this to work.
mutt_configuration_and_basic_use [2019/09/15 11:03] (current)
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
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 The Woodnotes Guide to the Mutt Email Client has lots of good information presented in a well organized manner. The Woodnotes Guide to the Mutt Email Client has lots of good information presented in a well organized manner.
 [[ http://www.therandymon.com/woodnotes/mutt/using-mutt.html ]] [[ http://www.therandymon.com/woodnotes/mutt/using-mutt.html ]]
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 +The Arch Linux Wiki has excellent documentation on mutt, including a minimal muttrc which can be used to get you up and running in minutes.  It stores your Gmail password insecurely in plain text though.
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 +[[https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/mutt#Summary]]
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 +The Arch Linux Wiki documentation on how to add mutt's addressbook, abook.
 +[[https://wiki.archlinux.org/index.php/mutt#Abook]]
  
 === Sample files for download === === Sample files for download ===
mutt_configuration_and_basic_use.1568293727.txt.gz · Last modified: 2019/09/12 23:08 by D.J.J. Ring Jr.