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 :)
If I create 'postponed' folder inside the notmuch mail database, it
takes 'notmuch new' to make mutt notice that there is postponed message.
Afaik there's no way of instructing mutt to run a command after
If I create the 'postponed' folder outside of notmuch mail database, I
can't see this folder in the virtual folder list (to remind me that I
have a draft there).
How (if at all) do you use the postponed feature?