Re: Using courier-imap (was Re: Very disturbing feature in icedove)
> > Am 2007-02-14 16:45:42, schrieb Chris Bannister:
> > > That would be great! Would this be ok:
> > > # Mailboxes which get new mail.
> > > mailboxes `echo $HOME/.Maildir/*`
> On Wed, Feb 21, 2007 at 05:45:21PM +0100, Michelle Konzack wrote:
> > No it would not since you have to setup:
> > set folder=imaps://localhost
On 24.02.07 22:53, Chris Bannister wrote:
> or folder=~/Maildir # courier-imap default ??
does mutt support the maildir++ (read maildir-sux-sux) folder
infrastructure? I doubt so, at least the debian version
> > > When mail arrives into one of the mailboxes i.e. will mutt say "New mail
> > > in $HOME/.Maildir/IN-debian-user" then if you press c then return will
> > > mutt 'open' $HOME/.Maildir/IN-debian-user and the new message is flagged
> > > as new just as it does now?
> > Yes, but you should not use more then 50 "mailboxes" to poll.
> > Oterwise you can give you a shoot while mutt is checking the Mailboxes for
> > new messages.
> > I have 5800 Mailfolder and must check 180 of them permanently...
> > Now I run 6 instances of mutt parallel with different "mailboxes" settings.
> 5800 Mailfolders under .Maildir/INBOX, I don't really see me dealing
> with that many. :-)
nightmare, I guess. Maybe a bit better with some filesystems
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