A wizard that autocreates an offline email setup for (neo)mutt with isync/mbsync
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commit 89b903ea0f2253df2efb5d683391afeb529e6e52
parent 451e76de2eea2799e63301bfcefea6ab3752b287
Author: Luke Smith <>
Date:   Sat, 20 Apr 2019 13:21:58 -0400

readme changes

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1 file changed, 3 insertions(+), 2 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ b/ @@ -51,11 +51,12 @@ To give you an example of the interface, here's an idea: - `j`/`k` and `d`/`u` - vim-like bindings to go down and up (or `d`/`u` to go down/up a page). - `Enter` - read mail - `r` - reply to highlighted mail -- `R` - replay all to highlighted mail +- `R` - reply all to highlighted mail - `v` - view attachments to select and open them `s` to save, `Enter` to open. - `gs`,`gi`,`ga`,`gd`,`gS` - Press `g` followed by another letter to change mailbox: `s`ent, `i`nbox, `a`rchive, `d`rafts, `S`pam, etc. - `M` and `C` - For `M`ove and `C`opy: follow them with one of the mailbox letters above, i.e. `MS` means "move to Spam". - `i#` - Press `i` followed by a number 1-9 to go to a different account. If you add 9 accounts via mutt-wizard, they will each be assigned a number. +- `a` to add address/person to abook and `Tab` while typing address to complete one from book. - `?` - see all keyboard shortcuts @@ -67,7 +68,7 @@ To give you an example of the interface, here's an idea: - More elegant attachment handling. Image/video/pdf attachments without relying on the neomutt instance. - abook integration by default. - The messy template files have been removed and are now a part of the script itself. -- Optimal XDG standards compliance, moving msmtp configs to `~/.config/`, moving mail to `~/.local/share/mail/` and moving mutt-wizard files to `~/.local/share/muttwizard/`. isync/mbsync still uses home for default though as XDG compliance is not built into them. +- msmtp configs moved to `~/.config/` and mail default location moved to `~/.local/share/mail/`, reducing mess in `~`. - `accounts/` hold account data and `bin/` holds script run by or for mutt. All other directories have been disintegrated. - `pass` is used as a password manager instead of separately saving passwords. - Script is POSIX sh compliant.