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In muttrc, use set crypt_opportunistic_encrypt = yes From $ man 5 muttrc crypt_opportunistic_encrypt Type: boolean Default: no Setting this variable will cause Mutt to automatically enable and disable encryption, based on whether all message recipient keys can be located by mutt. When this option is enabled, mutt ...


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It looks like Dale Woolridge's confirm-crypt-hook patch has been merged into mutt. use crypt-hook rather than pgp-hook. crypt-hook foo@bar.com 0x123456789ABCDE01 set crypt_confirmhook=no for that recipient. e.g. send-hook ~t foo@bar.com 'set crypt_confirmhook=no' This should work with mutt or neomutt.


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You can change the key bindings of the line editor prompt to make Space insert a space. By default, it invokes buffy-cycle, which cycles through completion possibilities or offers a completion menu. You can rebind this to another key, for example Alt+Space (I think mutt can't handle Ctrl+Space which the terminal transmits as a null byte). macro editor <...


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As Suvayu said, probably you are not in a Virtual Folder. I was having a similar problem but because when I was changing folder with a shortcut, I was using "=", which, even if you use "change-vfolder", takes you to a normal folder. For example: macro index,pager i "=inbox" #Takes you to the normal inbox While if you write without the "=" it goes to the ...


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What's wrong with the h key in the pager? That switches between full headers and "weeded" minimal headers. The set of "minimal" headers can be defined in your ~/.muttrc with ignore and unignore commands. e.g. i have the following in my ~/.muttrc: ignore * unignore from date subject to cc unignore x-mailer unignore x-spam-status unignore x-spam-report ...


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I was looking for this answer but didn't find it; so I got the same answer. Adding <redraw-screen> at the end will do the trick. macro index <f2> '<sync-mailbox><enter-command>source \ ~/.mutt/account.gmail.muttrc<enter><change-folder>!<enter><redraw-screen>'


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if you set 'record' to point to the same directory as your 'spoolfile' you should be able to achieve what you want. In other words both point to your 'Inbox' where you receive new mail. All the best.



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