Linux.com: Training your Mutt

“Mutt is a great mail client, in large part because it is
extremely customizable. You can tweak Mutt’s behavior and have it
do tricks that are nearly impossible to do with other mail
clients–but it can be a bit daunting to get started with. Let’s
take Mutt on a short trip to mail client obedience school and see
how easy it can be to make Mutt handle mail just the way you want
it to.

“To do that, we’ll take a look configuring your Mutt
configuration file. Mutt reads the system-wide configuration under
/etc/Muttrc and looks for a file called .muttrc under your home
directory for its configuration. We’ll focus on modifying the
.muttrc configuration here…”


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