Re: Problem with mutt and "N" message flag
* Rene Engelhard (email@example.com) [020816 17:17]:
> Hi Hall,
> Hall Stevenson wrote:
> > How often does mutt check for new mail itself (not my fetchmail setting)
> > so that an "N" shows up in my index view next to the applicable folder
> > ??
> > I've got a gnome applet that spins when I've got new mail, but when I go
> > to mutt and even change folder views, no "N" shows up. If I go into my
> > 'debian' folder though, there are new messages.
> The folders are written in the mailboxes="" statement?
> The folders then have to exists on mutt's startup.
> If you haven't, try something like:
> mailboxes="one two three"
> in your .muttrc.
I have "mailboxes" defined in my .muttrc. They all have "+" signs in
front of them though... I don't know why, but I didn't add it just for
kicks either. Could an older version of mutt have wanted the "+" sign
and my current, 1.4, not like it ??