Author: Luke <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Sun, 11 Feb 2018 12:37:46 -0700
1 file changed, 8 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
@@ -1,15 +1,17 @@
-# mutt Offline email setup
+# neomutt Offline email setup
Mutt is one of the most rewarding programs one can use, but can be a pain in the ass to configure. Since my job is making power-user tools available for the masses I want to create a tool that automates most of mutt configuration so that users can simply give their email address and get a /comfy/ setup. At that, I don't just want a mutt wizard, but an offlineIMAP wizard, so users can easily access their mail offline as well, and a wizard that makes it easy to store passwords securely using gpg.
-neomutt and offlineimap installed. This repo should go directly in `~/.config/mutt/` and run from there.
+dialog, neomutt and offlineimap installed. The contents of this repo should go directly in `~/.config/mutt/` and run from there.
* The main scripts `mutt_install.sh` can create or add an account from a domain in `domain.csv` to `~/.offlineimaprc` without a problem.
* It also creates a email-specific settings for your muttrc, which are outputed in the `accounts/` directory in your mutt directory.
+ * The script will automatically handle multiple accounts. Each will be assigned a number 1-9, and you can jump from one to another in mutt by pressing `i` and then that number. You can change the numbers by manually editing the macros in `personal.muttrc`.
+ * For most accounts, you can jump to sent mail with `gs`, drafts with `gd` and the inbox with `gi`. I haven't worked this out for every domain.
* It uses your gpg encryption to store your encrypted password in `credentials/`, where there are also two scripts that allow mutt and offlineIMAP to decrypt the passwords when needed.
## YOU CAN HELP
@@ -18,6 +20,10 @@ If you use mutt with a particular host or domain, put your server information in
Or you can help monetarily via [Patreon](https://patreon.com/lukesmith) or [Paypal](https://paypal.me/LukeMSmith)!
+Mail is stored in `~/.mail`. mutt configs and caches for each account are in `~/.config/mutt/accounts/`. Encypted passwords are in `~/.config/mutt/credentials`. A "personal" muttrc, with the macros for switching accounts and the default config is in `~/.config/mutt/personal.muttrc`.
* Expand the list of server information in `domains.csv`, including adding spoolfiles/records/postponed folders for each account.