I’ve started experimenting with mutt. I like mutt but it’s a bit conservative. There are a lot of good patches for mutt floating on the web that aren’t beging added to the mutt core project.
For example: mutt sidebar, notmutch and the mutt trashfolder patch.
mutt-patched package on Ubuntu adds a lot of these patches but not all. I found
mutt-kz and installed it to see if could replace
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sudo apt-get install libtool libgpgme11-dev libnotmuch-dev libsasl2-dev libtokyocabinet-dev libidn11-dev ./prepare \ --prefix=$HOME/.local \ --sysconfdir=/etc \ --enable-gpgme \ --enable-hcache \ --enable-imap \ --enable-notmuch \ --enable-pgp \ --enable-pop \ --enable-smtp \ --with-idn \ --with-sasl \ --with-ssl=/usr
After playing with it a bit I decided to stick with
mutt-kz didn’t really add all that mutch. If the fix for the sidebar sorting problem of mailboxes gets added I will maybe change to