I did not receive any of the reply's before this one. Could you send
them again for me if there are any. Thanks. I've fixed the problem now.
Off-list is probably best.
On Tue, May 21, 2019 at 06:53:12AM +0100, Raf Czlonka wrote:
> On Mon, May 20, 2019 at 03:30:18PM BST, Chris Bennett wrote:
> > I was planning on using IMAP with dovecot (not setup yet), but when
> > using Maildir and neomutt, the mail gets moved to cur and I can't access
> > it from neomutt. Thus I have been losing access to my mailing list older
> > parts of threads I really want to see.
> Hi Chris,
> Not sure if I understand the above correctly but you do *not* access
> 'cur' - you access the directory where 'cur' resides in. As long
> as the MUA supports MAildir properly, you should see your emails.
Should getting Dovecot setup fix this problem? Maybe?
> > Am I setting up neomutt incorrectly?
> Impossible to tell without seeing the config file.
That is a temporary problem. I had to upgrade that server and everything
went completely fine (6.3 -> 6.4) until the final reboot, and then it
failed to finish rebooting. That company uses a newer version of Java
than I have under 6.4 at home. I'm hoping that 6.5 fixes that problem.
If not, any advice for that problem? I should have access to Windows in
a library Thursday since we are going camping Wednesday.
I don't know how to use Linux.
All of those config files are on that server.
Otherwise I'll ask support to help me work that out.
> > Do I need to use a script to move the thread entries back to new?
> Unless I'm missing something, you shouldn't need to.
> > I have searched about this, but it seems that few people want to move in
> > this direction, but it can be done with a script.
> > I'm thinking I have messed up something in configuration.
> > Apparently mutt/neomutt can be set to access cur too.
> > Any help appreciated,
> > Chris Bennett
> My guess is that you are simply not looking in the right place.
I've had a consistent problem with getting almost most of my problems
when searching under DuckDuckGo or Google or marc.info.
Most likely I'm just not thinking of the right searches.
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