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commit c0a71a619534db8e5d75ad1e8a0d34b6100fc8f0
parent 76514c1539e641f944b4333fdca384c7630d94cd
Author: Luke <>
Date:   Wed, 14 Feb 2018 15:19:15 -0700

third party app doc change

Diffstat: | 2++ | 2+-
2 files changed, 3 insertions(+), 1 deletion(-)

diff --git a/ b/ @@ -20,6 +20,8 @@ Yes! At this point, the only problems are the unexpected ones. Please try it, an The only email provider which I think will *not* work (and will never work) is Proton Mail, but that's only because they require encryption through their web client IIRC. +Note also that Gmail and some providers require you to enable sign-ins from third-party (or as they call it "less secure") applications to be able to load mail with mutt and offlineimap. Be sure to enable that! + ## Installation and Dependencies 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. diff --git a/ b/ @@ -181,7 +181,7 @@ wipe () { rm $HOME/.offlineimaprc while : ; do -choice=$(dialog --title "Luke's mutt/offlineIMAP wizard" \ +choice=$(dialog --title "Luke's mutt/offlineIMAP wizard" --nocancel \ --menu "What would you like to do?" 14 45 7 \ 0 "List all email accounts configured." \ 1 "Add an email account." \