Autoconfigure a terminal email setup with mutt and offline mail
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commit 943cfd2a9ef57430482b5b766cab98447f9c932e
parent 6fe26400957d9163a75f60fa0c18f266f25fbc85
Author: g-w1 <>
Date:   Wed,  6 May 2020 13:40:37 -0400

Change "syncthing" to "syncing". Typo. (#429)

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diff --git a/ b/ @@ -48,7 +48,7 @@ There's a chance of errors if you use a slow-release distro like Ubuntu, Debian - `lynx` - view HTML email in neomutt. - `notmuch` - index and search mail. Install it and run `notmuch setup`, tell it that your mail is in `~/.local/share/mail/` (although `mw` will do this automatically if you haven't set notmuch up before). You can run it in mutt with `ctrl-f`. Run `notmuch new` to process new mail, although the included `mailsync` script does this for you. -- `libnotify`/`libnotify-bin` - allows notifications when syncthing mail with `mailsync` +- `libnotify`/`libnotify-bin` - allows notifications when syncing mail with `mailsync` - `abook` - a terminal-based address book. Pressing tab while typing an address to send mail to will suggest contacts that are in your abook. - A cron manager - if you want to enable the auto-sync feature. - `pam-gnupg` - this is a more general program that I use. It automatically logs you into your GPG key on login so you will never need to input your password once logged on to your system. Check the repo and directions out [here](