On Sat, Apr 24, 2004 at 06:24:16PM +0200 or thereabouts, Dick Hoogendijk wrote: > I run the courier package, including imapd-ssl. > My cli mail agent is mutt. > If I'm logged in locally everything works very well, but I want to use > mutt on another fbsd box an connect to my imap maildir *remotely* > No matter what I try; all I see is my inbox. My other (remote) folders > don't show up in the folder browser. If I tap "c -> <TAB>" the local > Can anybody tell me the mutt options to show my other imap folders on > the remote imap server? > The imap settings in .muttrc are:
This is hardly a FBSD question, and would be handled on the Mutt list, as its substance is about Mutt configuration. However, here is your answer. First off, I have different .muttrc files for different IMAP servers, much easier to customize this way... I then call it .. mutt -F .muttrc2 or some such. Second, using below, you are not using SSL, as you say above.. you need set ssl_starttls=yes these are optional set mail_check=60 set timeout=30 and to manage your certs when using SSL, so you do not have to say yes each time you log on, you need.. set ssl_usesystemcerts=yes set certificate_file=~/.mutt/certificates > set imap_user=dick > set imap_pass=***** > set imap_home_namespace=imap://lothlorien/home/dick/Maildir > set spoolfile=imap://lothlorien/INBOX > set folder=~/Maildir > set mbox_type=Maildir > set mask=!^[a-z] > set postponed=+.draft > set record=+.outbox > > This does not work ;-( The manual states it should be possible to have > the imap mailfolders in a listing. But I want to know how. Please.. third, you need to list your mailboxes from your IMAP server in your .muttrc file, then they will show up.. mailboxes =INBOX =INBOX/sent =INBOX/whatever =INBOX/store =INBOX/bsd -- Gary _______________________________________________ [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list http://lists.freebsd.org/mailman/listinfo/freebsd-questions To unsubscribe, send any mail to "[EMAIL PROTECTED]"