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If you have administrative control over your SMTP server, or know those who do, you can arrange for email to be delivered by a program such as procmail or maildrop (you could also achieve this using your ~/.forward file to send mail through a pipe to procmail or maildrop, which your mail server probably supports). Both of these tools look for a config file ...
#!/bin/bash set -u -e -C; shopt -s nullglob; # This script can be used as a `sendmail` replacement in `mutt`. It # performs several checks on the mail before sending ist, and it's # easy to modify these checks, or to add more. Currently, these are: # # attachment — fail on non-multipart message if text contains # keywords referring to an ...
It is not possible without patching mutt, however you could limit to: ~d <1d ~h '^Date:.*(1[3-9]|2.):..:' To list the emails that have been sent today after 13:00 (in their own timezone). To check the date in your timezone, you may be able to rely on the fact that there should be a Received header added by a MTA in your timezone (especially if it goes ...
Consider looking at RFC1521 "MIME Part One", Appendix C "A Complex Multipart Example". It seems that you need to put a blank line after headers.
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