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commit b51b3bc0b8713afb99d45ceeb42f6318e7068ea5
parent 48cfe3906d740906d11bcc3326f8962f3f9ea4ec
Author: Luke <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Sun, 11 Feb 2018 15:08:58 -0700

mutt stuff removed. See LukeSmithxyz/mutt-wizard

Diffstat:
D.config/mutt/aliases | 13-------------
D.config/mutt/email.md | 40----------------------------------------
D.config/mutt/gmailrc | 30------------------------------
D.config/mutt/mailcap | 11-----------
D.config/mutt/muttcol | 151------------------------------------------------------------------------------
D.config/mutt/muttimage.sh | 8--------
D.config/mutt/muttrc | 41-----------------------------------------
D.config/mutt/personalrc | 23-----------------------
D.msmtprc | 25-------------------------
D.offlineimaprc | 43-------------------------------------------
10 files changed, 0 insertions(+), 385 deletions(-)

diff --git a/.config/mutt/aliases b/.config/mutt/aliases @@ -1,13 +0,0 @@ -#Here you can put email aliases. Here's an example: - -alias luke luke@lukesmith.xyz - -#When you put "luke" as the recipient in mutt, it will automatically direct it to my email address. - -#You can also put multiple emails under one aliases: - -alias project_members billy@gmail.com, sally@gmail.com, amanda@gmail.com, chad@gmail.com - -#With the above alias, if you put "project_members" as the recipient, mutt will fill in all the emails above as the recipients. -# -#This is extremely useful, so take advantage of it! diff --git a/.config/mutt/email.md b/.config/mutt/email.md @@ -1,40 +0,0 @@ -# Luke's mutt/OfflineIMAP/msmtp/notmuch setup - -## My email setup gives you the following: - -+ A clean, fast and vim-like terminal interface to send and read email (mutt) -+ OfflineIMAP, which takes keep a copy of all of your mail offline, allowing you to read and -+ notmuch as an email indexer, which allows you to easily search email by content within mutt. -+ A looping script which continually uses OfflineIMAP to check mail, and if there is new mail, it will both notify you with a ding and then tell notmuch to quickly index the new mail for searching. - -All of these features are well synced together and require just a little setup. - -To use my email setup, be sure to have `neomutt`, `offlineimap`, `msmtp` `notmuch` and `notmuch-mutt` installed. - -Note that the notification sound will work on i3 by default. You can edit the notification command that runs in `.config/Scripts/check.sh`. - -## How to set it up. - -To use this setup, you have to add your email settings where required. - -There are several steps after which everything should work nicely. - -+ **First**, open `.offlineimaprc` and add your email account and server info (details are in that file. -+ To index your mail for quick searching, run `notmuch setup` and give your mail directory (`~/.Mail` by default in my configs) -+ Then you can go ahead and start syncing your email by running `offlineimap -o`. This will download your mail from all the accounts you use to `~/.Mail`. - + If you want to use my autosync loop script, make sure to check `.config/Scripts/inboxes` to ensure that your inboxes are there. -+ Next, add your email account info to `.msmtprc`. -+ And the same to `.config/mutt/personalrc` or `.config/mutt/gmailrc` or your own rc file. - + (mutt will try to load the `gmailrc` by default. You can change this in `.config/mutt/muttrc`.) - -## Updating - -As I said before, I have a loop script in `.config/Scripts/mailsyncloop.sh` which will run OfflineIMAPs every few minutes and will play a notification sound and run notmuch if new mail is found. - -I suggest running this scipt in a tty or tmux session, so you can check up on it if you really want. That's what I do. - -## Enjoy your email! - -If you're using my i3 config, you can run mutt with `mutt`. Explore the `muttrc` to see my bindings and add your own. - -If you're not using my i3 config, you may want to move `muttrc` to `~/.muttrc`, because I keep my `muttrc` in the `.config` directory to different reasons, but it will look only in `~` by default. diff --git a/.config/mutt/gmailrc b/.config/mutt/gmailrc @@ -1,30 +0,0 @@ -# vim: filetype=muttrc -# Gmail app password should be generated for this configuration file. Never use your proper password in a standard text field. -set imap_user = "YOURNAME@gmail.com" -set smtp_url = "smtp://YOURNAME@smtp.gmail.com:587/" -set from = "YOURNAME@gmail.com" -set realname = "YOUR ACTUAL NAME" -set mbox_type = Maildir -set sendmail = "/usr/bin/msmtp -a gmail" -set folder = "~/.Mail/Gmail" -set spoolfile = "+INBOX" -set record = /dev/null -set mbox = "+[Gmail].All Mail" -set postponed = "+[Gmail].Drafts" -set header_cache = ~/.config/mutt/gmail/cache/headers -set message_cachedir = ~/.config/mutt/gmail/cache/bodies -set certificate_file = ~/.config/mutt/gmail/certificates -set ssl_starttls = yes -set ssl_force_tls = yes - -mailboxes +INBOX - -bind index g noop -macro index gi "<change-folder>=INBOX<enter>" "Go to inbox" -macro index ga "<change-folder>=[Gmail].All Mail<enter>" "Go to all mail" -macro index gs "<change-folder>=[Gmail].Sent Mail<enter>" "Go to sent mail" -macro index gS "<change-folder>=[Gmail].Spam<enter>" "Go to spam" -macro index gt "<change-folder>=[Gmail].Trash<enter>" "Go to trash" -macro index gd "<change-folder>=[Gmail].Drafts<enter>" "Go to drafts" -macro index gl "<change-folder>=lingcircle<enter>" "Go to lingcircle" -macro index gr "<change-folder>=ugaroml<enter>" "Go to ugaroml" diff --git a/.config/mutt/mailcap b/.config/mutt/mailcap @@ -1,11 +0,0 @@ -#text/html; qutebrowser %s &; test=test -n "$DISPLAY"; needsterminal; - -text/html; w3m -I %{charset} -T text/html; copiousoutput; -#text/html; mv %s %s.html && qutebrowser %s.html > /dev/null; needsterminal; -# -application/pdf; mv %s %s.pdf && mupdf %s.pdf > /dev/null; needsterminal; - -image/*; ~/.config/mutt/muttimage.sh %s ; copiousoutput - -#application/pdf; pdftotext '%s' -; copiousoutput; description=PDF Document; -#nametemplate=%s.pdf diff --git a/.config/mutt/muttcol b/.config/mutt/muttcol @@ -1,151 +0,0 @@ -# vim: filetype=muttrc - -# -# -# make sure that you are using mutt linked against slang, not ncurses, or -# suffer the consequences of weird color issues. use "mutt -v" to check this. - -# custom body highlights ----------------------------------------------- -# highlight my name and other personally relevant strings -#color body yellow default "(ethan|schoonover)" -# custom index highlights ---------------------------------------------- -# messages which mention my name in the body -#color index yellow default "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" !~N !~T !~F !~p !~P" -#color index J_cream brightwhite "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" ~N !~T !~F !~p !~P" -#color index yellow cyan "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" ~T !~F !~p !~P" -#color index yellow J_magent "~b \"phil(_g|\!| gregory| gold)|pgregory\" ~F !~p !~P" -## messages which are in reference to my mails -#color index J_magent default "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" !~N !~T !~F !~p !~P" -#color index J_magent brightwhite "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" ~N !~T !~F !~p !~P" -#color index J_magent cyan "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" ~T !~F !~p !~P" -#color index J_magent red "~x \"(mithrandir|aragorn)\\.aperiodic\\.net|thorin\\.hillmgt\\.com\" ~F !~p !~P" - -# for background in 16 color terminal, valid background colors include: -# base03, bg, black, any of the non brights - -# basic colors --------------------------------------------------------- -color normal brightyellow default -color error red default -color tilde black default -color message cyan default -color markers red white -color attachment white default -color search brightmagenta default -#color status J_black J_status -color status brightyellow black -color indicator brightblack yellow -color tree yellow default # arrow in threads - -# basic monocolor screen -mono bold bold -mono underline underline -mono indicator reverse -mono error bold - -# index ---------------------------------------------------------------- - -#color index red default "~D(!~p|~p)" # deleted -#color index black default ~F # flagged -#color index brightred default ~= # duplicate messages -#color index brightgreen default "~A!~N!~T!~p!~Q!~F!~D!~P" # the rest -#color index J_base default "~A~N!~T!~p!~Q!~F!~D" # the rest, new -color index red default "~A" # all messages -color index brightred default "~E" # expired messages -color index blue default "~N" # new messages -color index blue default "~O" # old messages -color index brightmagenta default "~Q" # messages that have been replied to -color index brightgreen default "~R" # read messages -color index blue default "~U" # unread messages -color index blue default "~U~$" # unread, unreferenced messages -color index brightyellow default "~v" # messages part of a collapsed thread -color index brightyellow default "~P" # messages from me -color index cyan default "~p!~F" # messages to me -color index cyan default "~N~p!~F" # new messages to me -color index cyan default "~U~p!~F" # unread messages to me -color index brightgreen default "~R~p!~F" # messages to me -color index red default "~F" # flagged messages -color index red default "~F~p" # flagged messages to me -color index red default "~N~F" # new flagged messages -color index red default "~N~F~p" # new flagged messages to me -color index red default "~U~F~p" # new flagged messages to me -color index black red "~D" # deleted messages -color index brightcyan default "~v~(!~N)" # collapsed thread with no unread -color index yellow default "~v~(~N)" # collapsed thread with some unread -color index green default "~N~v~(~N)" # collapsed thread with unread parent -# statusbg used to indicated flagged when foreground color shows other status -# for collapsed thread -color index red black "~v~(~F)!~N" # collapsed thread with flagged, no unread -color index yellow black "~v~(~F~N)" # collapsed thread with some unread & flagged -color index green black "~N~v~(~F~N)" # collapsed thread with unread parent & flagged -color index green black "~N~v~(~F)" # collapsed thread with unread parent, no unread inside, but some flagged -color index cyan black "~v~(~p)" # collapsed thread with unread parent, no unread inside, some to me directly -color index yellow red "~v~(~D)" # thread with deleted (doesn't differentiate between all or partial) -#color index yellow default "~(~N)" # messages in threads with some unread -#color index green default "~S" # superseded messages -#color index red default "~T" # tagged messages -#color index brightred red "~=" # duplicated messages - -# message headers ------------------------------------------------------ - -#color header brightgreen default "^" -color hdrdefault brightgreen default -color header brightyellow default "^(From)" -color header blue default "^(Subject)" - -# body ----------------------------------------------------------------- - -color quoted blue default -color quoted1 cyan default -color quoted2 yellow default -color quoted3 red default -color quoted4 brightred default - -color signature brightgreen default -color bold black default -color underline black default -color normal default default -# -color body brightcyan default "[;:][-o][)/(|]" # emoticons -color body brightcyan default "[;:][)(|]" # emoticons -color body brightcyan default "[*]?((N)?ACK|CU|LOL|SCNR|BRB|BTW|CWYL|\ - |FWIW|vbg|GD&R|HTH|HTHBE|IMHO|IMNSHO|\ - |IRL|RTFM|ROTFL|ROFL|YMMV)[*]?" -color body brightcyan default "[ ][*][^*]*[*][ ]?" # more emoticon? -color body brightcyan default "[ ]?[*][^*]*[*][ ]" # more emoticon? - -## pgp - -color body red default "(BAD signature)" -color body cyan default "(Good signature)" -color body brightblack default "^gpg: Good signature .*" -color body brightyellow default "^gpg: " -color body brightyellow red "^gpg: BAD signature from.*" -mono body bold "^gpg: Good signature" -mono body bold "^gpg: BAD signature from.*" - -# yes, an insance URL regex -color body red default "([a-z][a-z0-9+-]*://(((([a-z0-9_.!~*'();:&=+$,-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*@)?((([a-z0-9]([a-z0-9-]*[a-z0-9])?)\\.)*([a-z]([a-z0-9-]*[a-z0-9])?)\\.?|[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+\\.[0-9]+)(:[0-9]+)?)|([a-z0-9_.!~*'()$,;:@&=+-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])+)(/([a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*(;([a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)*(/([a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*(;([a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)*)*)?(\\?([a-z0-9_.!~*'();/?:@&=+$,-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)?(#([a-z0-9_.!~*'();/?:@&=+$,-]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)?|(www|ftp)\\.(([a-z0-9]([a-z0-9-]*[a-z0-9])?)\\.)*([a-z]([a-z0-9-]*[a-z0-9])?)\\.?(:[0-9]+)?(/([-a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*(;([-a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)*(/([-a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*(;([-a-z0-9_.!~*'():@&=+$,]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)*)*)?(\\?([-a-z0-9_.!~*'();/?:@&=+$,]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)?(#([-a-z0-9_.!~*'();/?:@&=+$,]|%[0-9a-f][0-9a-f])*)?)[^].,:;!)? \t\r\n<>\"]" -# and a heavy handed email regex -#color body J_magent default "((@(([0-9a-z-]+\\.)*[0-9a-z-]+\\.?|#[0-9]+|\\[[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\]),)*@(([0-9a-z-]+\\.)*[0-9a-z-]+\\.?|#[0-9]+|\\[[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-9]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\]):)?[0-9a-z_.+%$-]+@(([0-9a-z-]+\\.)*[0-9a-z-]+\\.?|#[0-9]+|\\[[0-2]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-2]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-2]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\.[0-2]?[0-9]?[0-9]\\])" - -# Various smilies and the like -#color body brightwhite default "<[Gg]>" # <g> -#color body brightwhite default "<[Bb][Gg]>" # <bg> -#color body yellow default " [;:]-*[})>{(<|]" # :-) etc... -# *bold* -#color body blue default "(^|[[:space:][:punct:]])\\*[^*]+\\*([[:space:][:punct:]]|$)" -#mono body bold "(^|[[:space:][:punct:]])\\*[^*]+\\*([[:space:][:punct:]]|$)" -# _underline_ -#color body blue default "(^|[[:space:][:punct:]])_[^_]+_([[:space:][:punct:]]|$)" -#mono body underline "(^|[[:space:][:punct:]])_[^_]+_([[:space:][:punct:]]|$)" -# /italic/ (Sometimes gets directory names) -#color body blue default "(^|[[:space:][:punct:]])/[^/]+/([[:space:][:punct:]]|$)" -#mono body underline "(^|[[:space:][:punct:]])/[^/]+/([[:space:][:punct:]]|$)" - -# Border lines. -#color body blue default "( *[-+=#*~_]){6,}" - -#folder-hook . "color status J_black J_status " -#folder-hook gmail/inbox "color status J_black yellow " -#folder-hook gmail/important "color status J_black yellow " - diff --git a/.config/mutt/muttimage.sh b/.config/mutt/muttimage.sh @@ -1,8 +0,0 @@ -#! /bin/sh - -#### Determine size of Terminal -height=`stty size | awk 'BEGIN {FS = " "} {print $1;}'` -width=`stty size | awk 'BEGIN {FS = " "} {print $2;}'` - -### Display Image / offset with mutt bar -echo -e "2;3;\n0;1;210;20;$((width*7-250));$((height*14-100));0;0;0;0;$1\n4;\n3;" | /usr/lib/w3m/w3mimgdisplay & diff --git a/.config/mutt/muttrc b/.config/mutt/muttrc @@ -1,41 +0,0 @@ -source ~/.config/mutt/gmailrc -source ~/.config/mutt/muttcol -source ~/.config/mutt/aliases - -set sort = 'reverse-date' -set editor = vim -#set copy = no -set timeout = "5" -set mail_check = "10" -set mailcap_path = ~/.config/mutt/mailcap -set date_format="%m/%d %I:%M" -set index_format="%2C %Z %d %-15.15F %s (%-4.4c)" - -auto_view text/html -alternative_order text/plain text/enriched text/html - -mono bold bold -mono underline underline -mono indicator reverse -color index yellow default '.*' -color index_author red default '.*' -color index_number blue default -color index_subject cyan default '.s' -color index_size green default -color normal default default -color body brightred default [\-\.+_a-zA-Z0-9]+@[\-\.a-zA-Z0-9]+ -color body brightblue default (https?|ftp)://[\-\.,/%~_:?&=\#a-zA-Z0-9]+ - -bind editor <space> noop -bind index G last-entry -bind index gg first-entry -bind index d half-down -bind index u half-up -bind index D delete-message -bind index U undelete-message -bind index F search -bind index R group-reply - -auto_view application/pdf - -macro index,pager U "<enter-command>set pipe_decode = yes<enter><pipe-message>urlview<enter><enter-command>set pipe_decode = no<enter>""view URLs" diff --git a/.config/mutt/personalrc b/.config/mutt/personalrc @@ -1,23 +0,0 @@ -# vim: filetype=muttrc -set imap_user = "YOU@YOURDOMAIN.COM" -set smtp_url = "SMTPSERVERINFO:PORT" -set realname = "YOUR NAME" -set mbox_type = Maildir -set sendmail = "/usr/bin/msmtp -a personal" -set folder = "~/.Mail/Personal" -set spoolfile = +INBOX -set record = +INBOX.Sent -set postponed = +INBOX.Drafts -set header_cache = ~/.config/mutt/Personal/cache/headers -set message_cachedir = ~/.config/mutt/Personal/cache/bodies -set certificate_file = ~/.config/mutt/Personal/certificates -set ssl_starttls = yes -set ssl_force_tls = yes - -bind index g noop -bind index gg first-entry -macro index gi "<change-folder>=INBOX<enter>" "Go to inbox" -macro index gs "<change-folder>=INBOX.Sent<enter>" "Go to sent" -macro index gd "<change-folder>=INBOX.Drafts<enter>" "Go to drafts" -macro index gj "<change-folder>=INBOX.Junk<enter>" "Go to junk" -macro index gt "<change-folder>=INBOX.Trash<enter>" "Go to trash" diff --git a/.msmtprc b/.msmtprc @@ -1,25 +0,0 @@ -# vim: filetype=config -#These are settings for all accounts. -account default -protocol smtp -auth on -tls on -tls_nocertcheck - -#Below are example accounts. Comment out what you don't use. - -#Here is an example gmail account. -account gmail -from YOURNAME@gmail.com -user YOURNAME@gmail.com -password "PASSWORD" -host smtp.gmail.com -port 587 - -#Here is another example account. Search for your email host's SMTP server and add the information here. -account personal -from USER@DOMMAIN.COM -user USER@DOMMAIN.COM -password "PASSWORD" -host HOST-SERVER -port XXX diff --git a/.offlineimaprc b/.offlineimaprc @@ -1,43 +0,0 @@ -# vim filetype=config -# Here are settings for all accounts. -[general] -accounts = gmail, personal -starttls = yes -ssl = yes -autorefresh = 1 - - -# Here's an example Gmail account, just add in a username and password to use your own. -[Account gmail] - -localrepository = gmail-local -remoterepository = gmail-remote - -[Repository gmail-remote] -type = Gmail -remoteuser = YOURNAME@gmail.com -remotepass = $PASSWORD -#Note that the line below will not sync Gmail's redundant "All Mail" box. You can add other inboxes here you don't want to sync. -folderfilter = lambda foldername: foldername not in ['[Gmail]/All Mail'] -sslcacertfile = /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt - -[Repository gmail-local] -type = Maildir -localfolders = ~/.Mail/Gmail - -# Here's an other more general example. Add your username, password and IMAP server information, which you can look this up on your email host's website. -[Account personal] - -localrepository = personal-local -remoterepository = personal-remote - -[Repository personal-remote] -type = IMAP -remoteuser = USER@DOMAIN.COM -remotepass = $PASSWORD -remotehost = SERVER-ADDRESS -sslcacertfile = /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt - -[Repository personal-local] -type = Maildir -localfolders = ~/.Mail/Personal