On Sat, May 02, 1998 at 02:21:17PM -0400, email@example.com wrote: > 'From Bill Leach <firstname.lastname@example.org>' > > I don't know if I just plain don't understand what the docs are saying > or ... > > I use procmail to sort & 'deliver' mail to mailbox folders in directories > called ~/Mail & ~/Mail/Debian. > > This works 'just dandy', and with mutt I can read the mail (psudo-threaded > for mailing lists). Actually, mutt does real threading. => > Only, mutt opens on /var/spool/mail/<user> which usually is empty and I > have to do a 'c', '?', <select with cursor key> to one of the mailboxs > that actually contain the mail. For my inbox, a Maildir called INBOX in ~/.folders (which one day I will change to .mail, but anyway) here's what I have in .muttrc: set folder=~/.folders # where I keep my mailboxes set spoolfile='+INBOX' # where my new mail is located > The docs indicate that I should be able to just press the TAB key and > go to mailboxes containing new mail... The docs lie, press c (I think that's your binding isn't it?) and it'll pop up the next box with new mail in it. I -WISH- tab worked like that though! > Anyone know what I am missing about this? set spoolfile above.
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