Author: Luke Smith <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Fri, 16 Mar 2018 12:31:38 -0700
1 file changed, 2 insertions(+), 9 deletions(-)
diff --git a/README.md b/README.md
@@ -27,8 +27,6 @@ Note also that Gmail and some providers require you to enable sign-ins from thir
## Installation and Dependencies
-> **MacOS prerequisites** - Install `iproute2mac` and `mpv` ( brew install iproute2mac mpv )
`dialog`, `neomutt` and `offlineimap` should be installed. You also need to have a GPG public/private key pair for the wizard to automatically store your passwords. The whole repo should be cloned to `~/.config/mutt/`. (If you have a previous mutt folder, you'll want to back it up or delete it first.)
@@ -37,13 +35,7 @@ git clone https://github.com/LukeSmithxyz/mutt-wizard.git ~/.config/mutt
You will want to delete or rename your current `~/.offlineimaprc` as well, as although you can later modify the `~/.offlineimaprc` produced by the script, you must have no file there the first time you add your first account or the wizard will assume some settings are already set which aren't.
-Just run `mutt-wizard.sh` for all the options, to install an account:
-* First, select the "Add an account" option and give the script your account information.
-* Second, in a separate terminal, start your mail sync by running `offlineimap` or `offlineimap -a <your account name>`. This will start downloading all your mail for offline access.
-* Third, once your mailbox has started to download, reenter the script and select the "Auto-detect mailboxes" open. This will finalize the install and let you open up mutt to see your mail.
-Whenever you want to check for mail, just run the `offlineimap` command again.
+Just run `mutt-wizard.sh` and choose to add an account. After you do so, you may run `offlineimap` to begin the mailsync, and you will be able to run neomutt and see your mail.
### Non-essential dependencies
@@ -54,6 +46,7 @@ The automatically deployed configs will look for certain programs for certain ex
+ `notmuch` -- for mail searching and indexing set to `ctrl-f`. Be sure to run `notmuch setup`. Remember your mail is in `~/.mail/` when you configure notmuch.
+ `w3m` and/or `w3mimg` -- for viewing images. Like .pdfs, view in the attachments menu.
+ A cron manager if you want the autosync feature.
++ `iproute2mac` for Mac users who want the autosync feature.
+ `mpv` if you want the autosync feature to notify you with a ding on new mail.
### "Wait? The script asks for my passwords?"