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9.6.5 Reading mail – Mutt

Use mutt as the mail user agent (MUA) in combination with vim. Customize with ~/.muttrc; for example:

     # use visual mode and "gq" to reformat quotes
     set editor="vim -c 'set tw=72 et ft=mail'"
     #
     # header weeding taken from the manual (Sven's Draconian header weeding)
     #
     ignore *
     unignore from: date subject to cc
     unignore user-agent x-mailer
     hdr_order from subject to cc date user-agent x-mailer
     auto_view application/msword
     ....

Add the following to /etc/mailcap or $HOME/.mailcap to display HTML mail and MS Word attachments inline:

     text/html; lynx -force_html %s; needsterminal;
     application/msword; /usr/bin/antiword '%s'; copiousoutput;
     description="Microsoft Word Text"; nametemplate=%s.doc

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