Re: password, username in .muttrc
The fact is that mutt doesn't get your mail, it is simply a reader, you must use fetchmail or something like that to get your mail from the pop server.
On approximately Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 06:32:23PM -0500, Antonio Rodriguez wrote:
> The truth is that I am not sure. I supposed that it was in .muttrc,
> that's probably the reason why I could not see anything in the
> documentation. Does it mean that mutt uses fetchmail to fetch the
> Philipp Schulte wrote:
> > On Mon, Nov 27, 2000 at 04:12:05PM -0500, Antonio Rodriguez wrote:
> > > Would someone indicate the exact structure of the lines
> > > in .muttrc to be added that handle the server, username, and
> > > password for mail server?
> > Are you sure you want .muttrc and not .fetchmailrc?
> > fetchmailrc's syntax is really simple:
> > poll your.mail.server proto POP3 user user_name password pass_word
> > Phil
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