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Your .forward file contains a syntax error. The damian should be a comment # damian but in this day and age, unless you are running a legacy Sendmail from last century, you can just leave it out. Using zsh as your shell for Procmail processing looks weird; try changing that to /bin/sh. Even if you like zsh, you should probably prefer to avoid its features ...
This is a problem: head -1 /var/spool/mail/ghassan does not return anything. The first line of /var/spool/mail/ghassan must be one that starts with From (that's the word From followed by a space, not a colon) and looks a little like this: From firstname.lastname@example.org Mon Apr 20 09:48:02 2015 You may find that this is the second or third line in ...
First, the documentation files were missing (mutt was compiled without the doc USE flag, using Funtoo/Linux here). Second, there was macro to call for the manuals in some way. After compiling mutt with support for "doc", I added the following macros to be sourced from within muttrc: macro generic <f1> "!w3m ...
It's very annoying indeed because offlineimap keep downloading things twice, one for inbox and one for all mail. So I fingure out one trick: I don't sync All Mail at all! Instead I sync just Inbox and everything else. I am very grateful to know a better way around.
As one of the comments says it looks like Google have moved to blocking apps that are using IMAP/SMTP PLAIN authentication by default and you can read official blogs stating that Google strongly recommends IMAP/SMTP protocol users switch to OAuth 2.0 (as XMPP is also listed I wonder if (older?) OSX iChat will stop working with GTalk at some point). ...
date | mutt $USER -s "$subject" -a file1 file2 words for me. In the same way: mutt $USER -s "$subject" -a file1 file2 << EOF Hello Word EOF and also for $u in User1 User2 do date | mutt $u -s "message to $u" -a file1.jpg file2.txt done
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