Problem with mutt in Ubuntu 12
anders at pipkrokodil.se
Thu Jan 23 19:42:48 UTC 2014
Can't you just delete the /etc/.mutrc you don't need?
Take a backup of it before if something crashes.
23 jan 2014 kl. 05:41 skrev John J. Boyer <john.boyer at abilitiessoft.com>:
> I have just switched from CentOS to Ubuntu.
> It seems that mutt is reading /etc/Muttrc after my own .muttrc instead
> of before. This causes some of my settings to be overridden with
> settings I don't want.
> Worse, mutt will not save read messages in the file indicated by the
> mbox setting. It does save sent messages, however.
> I guess there is nothing to be done about the first problem, but there
> should be some way to get it to save read lmessages.
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