Over several thousand servers. Alternatively, use OfflineIMAP to retrieve email from all your accounts, and use Mutt purely locally except for sending. Reader Comments 13 Yandex is more than a search engine. The top devs over there are actually really excellent: There’s a lot of information in the Arch wiki , as usual, but it’s a bit hard to digest. If yes, what I need to include in muttrc file which information?
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You will probably want a few additional settings, including: If you don’t want to keep your password in your configuration freebss, see Mutt: Text files are standard and work everywhere.
Yandex uses FreeBSD –
Accessing multiple accounts Mutt is a bit awkward when it comes to having multiple accounts. Perhaps I’m picking a nit, but there are a couple of things off in the summary of the ‘Anatomy of a crash’ article. Nothing magic about that. The database is split in pieces and when a search is requested, it pulls the bits from the different database servers and brings it together for the user.
Alternatively, use OfflineIMAP to retrieve email from all your accounts, and use Mutt purely locally except for sending.
And mutt does support passwords in a password manager via the source command: The way it works is, you put all the commands to configure each account in hooks.
Mutt won’t create it for you. Note that for Gmail you’ll need to either set up a per-application password preferred frreebsd enable plain IMAP access.
Yandex uses FreeBSD
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Email Required, but never shown. I went to all locations, I can’t find muttrc file?
Can I create muttrc file in text editor and type in required data? I guess there where some design tradeoffs at the time of making – Mutt manual itself reminds writing your password in.