On Sun, Nov 03, 2019 at 07:56:34AM -0500, Mark H. Wood wrote:
I like that Mutt presents emails simply. It ignores all the fancy
to-the-pixel formatting, pointless images, distracting backgrounds,
and flashing multicolored nonsense. I find that reading mail with
Mutt is more restful than with other MUAs. Occasionally I do
encounter a message whose text/plain part says only "you must enable
HTML mail to read this message." I interpret this as "you do not need
or want to read this message," and I happily hit "d" and move on.
My bank still sends me this in the text/plain part of the message every
Your %%MONTH%% %%ACCOUNTTYPE%% %%STATEMENTRECEIPT%% is ready
But yes, I've also learned to ignore it.
Also, I also want to thank you for writing this down. All the reasons
why I use mutt boil down to essentially this.
José María (Chema) Mateos || https://rinzewind.org/