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Mutt on the Android G1

Jul 28, 2009, 23:33 (0 Talkback[s])
(Other stories by Juliet Kemp)

"Next, set up public key auth via the 'manage pubkeys' menu. Using a passphrase is more secure, but it also presents more hassle as you'll have to flip the keyboard out to enter it every so often. The 'copy public key' option on the long-click menu copies the public key to the clipboard, from where you can get it to ~/.ssh/authorised_keys2 on your server.

"Then set up a single-touch shortcut ('Add'->'Shortcuts' menu) direct to the server from the home screen."

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