mutt-wizard

A wizard that autocreates an offline email setup for (neo)mutt with isync/mbsync
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commit d48f2818a9234935e24d2494b4c5e5a781335229
parent 53ea8511b7bade0de0250efdee87b484cd01f06b
Author: Luke Smith <luke@lukesmith.xyz>
Date:   Mon, 15 Apr 2019 15:14:03 -0400

color changes

Diffstat:
Mmw | 41+++++++++++++----------------------------
1 file changed, 13 insertions(+), 28 deletions(-)

diff --git a/mw b/mw @@ -118,13 +118,11 @@ fi } addaccount() { \ - printf "Insert the \033[31memail address\033[0m that you want to autoconfigure for mutt/mbsync\\n\\nEmail: " - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "Insert the \033[31memail address\033[0m that you want to autoconfigure for mutt/mbsync\\n\\nEmail: \033[36m\t" read -r fulladdr printf "\033[0m" while ! echo "$fulladdr" | grep "$emailre" >/dev/null; do - printf "That is not a valid \033[31memail address\033[0m, please retype the desired email.\\n\\nEmail: " - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "That is not a valid \033[31memail address\033[0m, please retype the desired email.\\n\\nEmail: \033[36m\t" read -r fulladdr printf "\033[0m" done @@ -133,23 +131,15 @@ addaccount() { \ serverinfo="$(grep "$domain" "$muttdir/domains.csv")" if [ -z "$serverinfo" ]; then printf "Your email domain is not in mutt-wizard's database yet.\\nmutt-wizard will still autoconfigure everything, but you will have to manually type in your service's IMAP and SMTP server information.\\nYou can usually quickly find this by internet searching for it.\\n" - printf "Insert the IMAP server for your email provider (excluding the port number)\\n" - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "Insert the IMAP server for your email provider (excluding the port number)\\n\033[36m\t" read -r imap - printf "\033[0m" - printf "What is your server's IMAP port number? (Usually something like 993)\\n" - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "\033[0mWhat is your server's IMAP port number? (Usually something like 993)\\n\033[36m\t" read -r iport - printf "\033[0m" - printf "Insert the SMTP server for your email provider (excluding the port number)\\n" - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "\033[0mInsert the SMTP server for your email provider (excluding the port number)\\n\033[36m\t" read -r smtp - printf "\033[0m" - printf "What is your server's SMTP port number? (Usually 587 or 465)\\n" - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "\033[0mWhat is your server's SMTP port number? (Usually 587 or 465)\\n\033[36m\t" read -r sport - printf "\033[0m" - printf "\\nGreat! If you want to be helpful, copy the line below and you can add it to the \`domains.csv\` file on Github.\\nThis will make things easier for others who use your email provider.\\n\\n%s,%s,%s,%s,%s\\n\\nAlthough be sure to test to see if these settings work first! ;-)\\n" "$domain" "$imap" "$iport" "$smtp" "$sport" + printf "\033[0m\\nGreat! If you want to be helpful, copy the line below and you can add it to the \`domains.csv\` file on Github.\\nThis will make things easier for others who use your email provider.\\n\\n%s,%s,%s,%s,%s\\n\\nAlthough be sure to test to see if these settings work first! ;-)\\n" "$domain" "$imap" "$iport" "$smtp" "$sport" else IFS=, read -r service imap iport smtp sport <<EOF $serverinfo @@ -162,13 +152,11 @@ EOF printf "Enter a short, \033[36mone-word identifier\033[0m for this email account that will distinguish them from any other accounts you add.\\n\tAccount name: " read -r title while ! echo "$title" | grep "$namere" >/dev/null; do - printf "\033[31mTry again\033[0m. Pick a nickname that is one word only including lowercase letters and _ or -.\\n\tAccount name: " - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "\033[31mTry again\033[0m. Pick a nickname that is one word only including lowercase letters and _ or -.\\n\tAccount name: \033[36m\t" read -r title printf "\033[0m" done - printf "If your account has a special username different from your address, insert it now. Otherwise leave this prompt totally blank.\\n\tLogin(?): " - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "If your account has a special username different from your address, insert it now. Otherwise leave this prompt totally blank.\\n\tLogin(?): \033[36m\t" read -r login printf "\033[0m" [ -z "$login" ] && login="$fulladdr" @@ -203,13 +191,11 @@ getpass() { \ } askgpg() { \ - printf "To safely encrypt passwords, mutt-wizard requires that you have a GPG public/private key pair.\\n\\nPlease input the email address of your GPG key pair below.\\nEmail: " - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "To safely encrypt passwords, mutt-wizard requires that you have a GPG public/private key pair.\\n\\nPlease input the email address of your GPG key pair below.\\nEmail: \033[36m\t" read -r gpgemail printf "\033[0m" while ! echo "$gpgemail" | grep "$emailre" >/dev/null; do - printf "That is not a valid email address. Please try again.\\nEmail: " - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "That is not a valid email address. Please try again.\\nEmail: \033[36m\t" read -r gpgemail printf "\033[0m" done @@ -308,8 +294,7 @@ choosecron() { ! pgrep crond >/dev/null && echo "No cron manager running. Instal read -r minnum printf "\033[0m" while ! echo "$minnum" | grep "^[0-9]\+$" >/dev/null; do - printf "That doesn't look like a number. How many minutes between each mail sync?" - printf "\033[36m\t" + printf "That doesn't look like a number. How many minutes between each mail sync?\\n\033[36m\t" read -r minnum printf "\033[0m" done @@ -351,7 +336,7 @@ EOF printf "\033[0mMade and maintained by Luke Smith <https://lukesmith.xyz> What would you like \033[32mmutt-wizard\033[0m to do? - \033[31m1 Add an email account\033[0m + 1 Add an email account 2 Autodetect mailboxes 3 Change an account's password 4 Remove an account