any other accessible email client for linux?

Linux for blind general discussion blinux-list at
Mon Nov 15 03:40:22 UTC 2021

Tim here.  I found that mutt/neomutt was a lousy mail program on its
own, but a great toolkit for building a good mail client from the
pieces it offered.  In other words, out of the box, it's rough,
relying on local mail delivery in your system mailbox and expecting
your local sendmail to be configured to let you fire off outbound

However, the configuration is so powerful that you can customize it
into a multi-account setup, accessing remote POP3/IMAP accounts as
easily as local mbox/maildir accounts, or accessing a local
mail-cache synched by things like offlineimap/mbsync.

It takes a lot more care and feeding than a friendlier MUA, but in
exchange, gives you a lot more power


On November 14, 2021, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:
> One nice thing about mutt is that once you do finally get through
> editing your config file  you've learned enough
> to make future configuration changes and enhancements trivial.
> Yes, there is a learning curve, and yes you really do have to
> read the Mutt User's guide, or at least google the problem you want
> to resolve, but  you don't have to fight with configuration screens
> designed for sighted users.
> Rudy
> On Sun, Nov 14, 2021 at 07:33:24PM -0500, Linux for blind general
> discussion wrote:
> > I think I just closed each unwanted tab with 'ctrl+w'.?? I also
> > got rid of the "today" pane from the "view" menu.
> > 
> > 
> > -Dave?? -
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > On 11/14/21 19:14, Linux for blind general discussion wrote:  
> > > how did you do that? I could not find the settings pertaining
> > > to them. 
> > 
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