sometimes I would like to send an E-Mail not immediately but at a later time.
This can be scheduled with an "at" process from command line. But it would be
more comfortable to compose the message with mutt and let mutt forward it to
the at daemon. The principle seems to be easy. But I have absolutely no idea how
to do it. Does anybody know if this can be done with a mutt macro?
Or is there any other option?
I have a great number of different mailboxes and I would like to use the
sidebar feature of mutt-kz but it's not so good if I have to scroll lot
of screen in order to get to the point where I see mailboxes with unread
Is there a way to do this ?
Thank you very much,
Grégoire Favre, Chemin de Mallieu 15, 1009 Pully, +41 21 544 77 44
prof.: Gymnase de Chamblandes, Avenue des Désertes 29, 1009 Pully
http://www.gycham.vd.ch/greg gsm : +41 78 765 65 00
Hi mutt-kz users/developers,
I wanted to try out mutt-kz, so I cloned from github, compiled it and
ran from the build directory. However I'm having some issues, I was
wondering if someone here can help.
1) Many of my configurations from my muttrc are not recognised. e.g.
header_cache: unknown variable
message_cachedir: unknown variable
certificate_file: unknown variable
smtp_url: unknown variable
smtp_pass: unknown variable
2) When I try to read an email disregarding the above errors, I see all
the email headers displayed along with the body. Using h to toggle
doesn't help either.
So far I am stuck with these, but what drew me towards mutt-kz was the
notmuch integration, virtual search folders, and the possibility of
having a sidepane. So some guidance on where I can find information to
configure these would also be very helpful. :)
Thanks in advance.
Open source is the future. It sets us free.