Re: How do I get flexible email headers and sigs?
On Sat, Jul 15, 2000 at 11:58:59AM +1000, Damon Muller wrote:
> One easy way to do this in mutt is have your favourite MDA (maildrop for
> me, procmail for pretty much everyone else) deliver your emails to
> different addresses to different mailboxes. This is usually trivially
Yes, I have that set up now.
> You can then use the `folder-hook' command in your .muttrc to set things
> like your from line and signature specific to those mailboxes.
That sounds cool.
> For example, I have mail from this list go into ~/mail/debian-user, so I
> have the following in my .muttrc
> # Stuff for the debian-user list
> folder-hook +debian-user my_hdr From: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Which sets my email address for this list. You just have to remember
> that if you want to send mail as a particular user, to do it whilst you
> are in that mailbox.
That's the type of thing I was looking for. Thanks!
> The mutt manual (in /usr/share/doc/mutt/manual.txt.gz) explains it all
> pretty well. It's a very flexible little program!
Yes, it is. And together with VIM with colors set up it is awesome!
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