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Setting autoedit=yes, composing will go directly to the message editor without prompting for recipient or subject. Note that you must also have edit_headers set. As @lcd047 mentions, this feature inhibits all the send hooks before calling the editor.


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I don't think it's possible to skip the initial recipient. You probably shouldn't do it anyway, since Mutt has a lot of useful hooks to the various addresses, and some of these hooks depend on the initial recipients (f.i. I choose between several .signature files in several languages based on these). There is a program named lbdb that essentially does tab ...


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There is also sup — "The hacker's Mail User Agent"


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This isn't an entirely ideal solution but if you install VimRoom then you can set your mutt pager to vim and have it activate Vimroom. Set this in your ~/.muttrc: set pager="view -c 'set nomod nolist' -c 'runtime! macros/less.vim' -c ':VimroomToggle' -c ':map q :VimroomToggle<CR>:q<CR>'" set prompt_after=no Here I source less.vim which ...


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Since procmail isn't used as your MDA, it won't be called. I suggest you to work on the basis of a shell script which will be fired regularly through cron and will use formail to explicitly feed procmail. Here is a skeleton for such a shell script: $ cat <<eof >splitter.sh #!/bin/sh orig_mailbox=${HOME}/Mail/Inbox [ -s ${orig_mailbox} ] ...


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I had the same thing and this is what worked for me. set ssl_starttls=yes set ssl_force_tls=yes set imap_user = "user@example.com" set imap_pass = "!HASHEDPASSWORD!" set folder = imap://mail.example.com/ set spoolfile = imap://mail.example.com/INBOX # SMTP user auth # # fill in the right user and pass based on your setup # # protocols: smtp for TLS ...



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