When I press
m to send a new email in Mutt, it first asks for the recipient
("To" header), and then for the Subject. After that, it opens the email in Vim
so I can actually write my email.
edit_headers in my
muttrc file so that I can just add recipients
and such from Vim, so the contents of the new file is:
From: Martin Tournoij <firstname.lastname@example.org> To: email@example.com Cc: Bcc: Subject: Hey there Reply-To:
The issue is, I use a Vim function to complete email addresses, so I don't know the correct email address before I've started Vim. I work around this by filling in "asdf" or some such when mutt asks for the recipient.
Is there any way I can tell mutt to skip asking for the recipient? I would prefer if it would only skip the recipient, and that it continues to ask for the Subject, but skipping both (and going straight to Vim) would also be okay.