Since I'm usually using several mail clients (from phone, old mutt,
mutt-kz) it happens quite often that mutt complains.
rename: No such file or directory (errno = 2)
and the only thing I can do about it is to kill whole mutt. What I
believe is happening is that if I view unread mail, mutt remembers that
it has to move the mail once it leaves current inbox. But before that,
someone else touches the mail (probably moving the message from 'new'
directory to 'cur'. After that mutt-kz can't find the original file and
complains with the error message.
This seems to be problem in the mutt maildir handling rather than in the
notmuch addon, still I wonder if you saw that or even better have some
plans on tackling that :)
I've been using mutt-kz for quite a while now. In the last couple of
days the command input seizes for about a second before completing the
command. For example if I'm in my INBOX and I hold down the 'j' key it
will zip along and then seize for a second before continuing. Happens
about every 200-300 messages. Quite annoying! ;-)
I'm on F18 and yum updated a few times in the last week so it may be
related to that. I uninstalled mutt-kz and reverted to the F18 mutt and
confirmed that it does not have the same behaviour - works fine.
Anyone else seen something like this?
Kevin Baker - Hosted & Shared Services (HSS) irc: #hss kbaker
Manager, Enterprise Infrastructure Planning +1 978 392 2442
my understanding is that sync-mailbox was in place as an extra safe
guard to avoid lossing msg's. using gmail i don't see the point of
having to sync manually, especially the INBOX.
so i was wondering if this was already already implemented? i.e.
delete-message will do a delete-message plus a sync-mailbox in one shot.
I have finally merged support for sidebar sorting. There is also a
new muttrc variable:
the default is "unsorted".
Karel Zak <kzak(a)redhat.com>
Well, I do feel dumb now, when I realized that folder-hook can be used with
notmuch:// URIs perfectly.
Pardon my ignorance :)
On Wed, Jul 03, 2013 at 12:19:47PM +0300, Reinis Veips wrote:
> Hello everyone,
> I'm a novice mutt/mutt-kz user, so please excuse me if this question does not
> belong to this list.
> Previously, I was using mutt, set up to have multiple maildirs, and the
> identities were switched automatically, based on folder I was on (using
> What is the preferred way of handling multiple identities (I actually need
> sendmail an from changed between the identities), using mutt-kz and vfolders?
> I see a few solutions:
> 1) Switch the identities by a macro. I tried this, and in a few days
> I have already replied to two e-mails using the wrong one.
> 2) Parse the message I'm replying to, trying to match to: and cc: headers for
> one of my identities to choose the right one. I think I have seen some
> examples for this for regular mutt, so this should be doable. This still has
> to be combined with 1st approach to select identity when composing new mail.
> 3) Choose identity based on notmuch tag(s). I think I can automatically tag incoming
> messages, so this would fundamentally be the same as 2nd approach.
> 4) ?
> What do you use to manage multiple identities in mutt-kz (while not giving away
> Kind regards,