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commit 0f8c27918d0dbc11d5577180f8cf1a6c473da7af
parent da31840c15898eb52d1d8cce7946e92a267b779d
Author: Luke <>
Date:   Wed, 14 Feb 2018 10:38:52 -0700

readme fixes

Diffstat: | 8+++++--- | 4++--
2 files changed, 7 insertions(+), 5 deletions(-)

diff --git a/ b/ @@ -24,11 +24,13 @@ The only email provider which I think will *not* work (and will never work) is P dialog, neomutt and offlineimap should be installed. The contents of this repo should go directly in `~/.config/mutt/` and run from there. You also need to have a GPG public/private key pair for the wizard to automatically store your passwords. Otherwise you'll have to store them insecurely in plaintext files without the help of the wizard. -Just run `` for all the options. +Just run `` for all the options, to install an account: -Once you successfully run the script, you should be able to simply run `offlineimap` to start your mail sync (which will be big at first). Opening `neomutt`, you should see your mail. +* First, select the "Add an account" option and give the script your account information. +* Second, in a separate terminal, start your mail sync my running `offlineimap` or `offlineimap -a <your account name>`. This will start downloading all your mail for offline access. +* Third, once your mailbox has started to download, reenter the script and select the "Auto-detect mailboxes" open. This will finalize the install and let you open up mutt to see your mail. -Note that once you run `offlineimap`, you'll want to reopen the script and select the option to autodetect mailboxes to put the finishing touches and to let you switch from mailbox-to-mailbox in just two key presses. +Whenever you want to check for mail, just run the `offlineimap` command again. ### "Wait? The script asks for my passwords?" diff --git a/ b/ @@ -40,13 +40,13 @@ detectMailboxes() { \ sed -i "/^mailboxes\|^set spoolfile\|^set record\|^set postponed/d" "$muttdir"accounts/$1.muttrc echo mailboxes $oneline >> "$muttdir"accounts/$1.muttrc sed -i "/^macro index,pager g/d" "$muttdir"accounts/$1.muttrc - grep -vi /tmp/$1_boxes -e "trash\|drafts\|sent\|trash\|spam\|junk\|archive\|chat\|old\|new\|gmail\|sms" | sort -n | sed 1q | formatShortcut i inbox $1 + grep -vi /tmp/$1_boxes -e "trash\|drafts\|sent\|trash\|spam\|junk\|archive\|chat\|old\|new\|gmail\|sms\|call" | sort -n | sed 1q | formatShortcut i inbox $1 grep -i /tmp/$1_boxes -e sent | formatShortcut s sent $1 grep -i /tmp/$1_boxes -e draft | formatShortcut d drafts $1 grep -i /tmp/$1_boxes -e trash | formatShortcut t trash $1 grep -i /tmp/$1_boxes -e spam | formatShortcut S spam $1 grep -i /tmp/$1_boxes -e archive | formatShortcut a archive $1 - spoolfile=$(grep -vi /tmp/$1_boxes -e "trash\|drafts\|sent\|trash\|spam\|junk\|archive\|chat\|old\|new\|gmail" | sort -n | sed 1q | sed -e 's/=/+/g') + spoolfile=$(grep -vi /tmp/$1_boxes -e "trash\|drafts\|sent\|trash\|spam\|junk\|archive\|chat\|old\|new\|gmail\|sms\|call" | sort -n | sed 1q | sed -e 's/=/+/g') record=$(grep -i /tmp/$1_boxes -e sent | sed -e 's/=/+/g') postponed=$(grep -i /tmp/$1_boxes -e draft | sed -e 's/=/+/g') echo "set spoolfile = \"$spoolfile\"" >> "$muttdir"accounts/$1.muttrc