Cameron Simpson | 1 Mar 06:49 2006
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Re: Catching reminder of a calendar

On 28Feb2006 13:26, Asif Iqbal <iqbala-mutt-users <at> qwestip.net> wrote:
| On Sat, Feb 25, 2006 at 04:49:32PM, Asif Iqbal wrote:
| > Is there a way to catch the reminder of my IMAP Calendar? I do have
| > access to my IMAP Calendar but I do not get a reminder alert like
| > Outlook Exchange Client does.
| 
| Still looking for a solution to this

This isn't a mutt problem.

I suspect you need to configure your Exchange settings to send email
reminders so that they land in your IMAP folder. If they get that far,
mutt should see them.  If they do not get that far, nothing you do with
mutt will help.
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Thomas Davidoff | 1 Mar 19:44 2006
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OS X mutt doesn't work at insitution, fine at home

Mutt-ssl works fine for me on Mac OS 10.4.5 at home (calling mutt)
At my institution neither mutt nor mutt-ssl works because the keyboard 
freezes.  This is using an identical .muttrc.  This does not appear to be 
a version issue as I used both 1.5 and 1.4
When I call mutt, I can login, but the screen freezes at INBOX listing and 
won't accept keyboard commands (except ctrl-c and ctrl-z)/
Administrators don't know what's up.

Thomas Davidoff
Assistant Professor
Haas School of Business
UC Berkeley
Berkeley, CA 94720
Phone:	(510) 643-1425
Fax:	(510) 643-7357
Email:	davidoff <at> haas.berkeley.edu
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Jason Helfman | 1 Mar 19:49 2006

Re: OS X mutt doesn't work at insitution, fine at home

Is mutt enabled with DEGUG?

After you fire up mutt, open another terminal and run an strace on the 
process id of mutt. It will have lots of information in there.

-Jason

On Wed, Mar 01, 2006 at 10:44:01AM -0800, Thomas Davidoff thus spake:
>Mutt-ssl works fine for me on Mac OS 10.4.5 at home (calling mutt)
>At my institution neither mutt nor mutt-ssl works because the keyboard 
>freezes.  This is using an identical .muttrc.  This does not appear to be 
>a version issue as I used both 1.5 and 1.4
>When I call mutt, I can login, but the screen freezes at INBOX listing and 
>won't accept keyboard commands (except ctrl-c and ctrl-z)/
>Administrators don't know what's up.
>
>Thomas Davidoff
>Assistant Professor
>Haas School of Business
>UC Berkeley
>Berkeley, CA 94720
>Phone:	(510) 643-1425
>Fax:	(510) 643-7357
>Email:	davidoff <at> haas.berkeley.edu
>http://faculty.haas.berkeley.edu/davidoff
>

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Bram Mertens | 1 Mar 21:32 2006
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how to generate a list of imap mailboxes

Hi

I use the following code snippet in my ~/.muttrc to generate a list of folders of my local imap server:

set mbox_type=Maildir
set mask="!^\\.[^.]"

mailboxes `\
echo -n "+ "; \
for file in /var/mail/Maildir/m8ram/.*; do \
  box=$(basename "$file"); \
  if [ ! "$box" = '.' -a ! "$box" = '..' -a ! "$box" = '.customflags' \
      -a ! "$box" = '.subscriptions' ]; then \
    echo -n "\"+$box\" "; \
  fi; \
done`

This generates a list like:
"+.INBOX" "+some_folder" "+some_folder.subfolder" "+.Sent"

If I want to change to a different folder I get a screen like:
 1   0                                 imaps://valinor/
 2   0                                 imaps://valinor/.some_folder
 3   0                                 imaps://valinor/.some_folder.subfolder
 4   0                                 imaps://valinor/.Sent
 5   0                                 imaps://valinor/.INBOX

But I can't use this screen to open a mailbox, I have to press tab to get a screen like:
 1     IMAP                                  somefolder.
 2     IMAP                                  INBOX
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Toby | 1 Mar 23:51 2006
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Re: OS X mutt doesn't work at insitution, fine at home

MacOS X has two terminal emulators, XTerm under X11 and Terminal.app

Have you tried both?

Toby

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Chris | 2 Mar 04:13 2006
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Bad IDN in "from": '(null)'

I run a script nightly to report spam to NANAS and to the sites hosting the 
spam.  I started last night getting the above which is preventing the spam 
from being sent to the hosts from where the spam originates but not to 
NANAS. This seems to have started since I got my replacement dsl modem 
Monday. Could a lockfile not have been removed or something?

Thanks for any help

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David T-G | 2 Mar 12:15 2006

Re: blinking mutt display

Hi, all --

...and then David T-G said...
% 
...
% % I have installed OpenSuSE 10.0 on a new laptop, however, and now when I
% % look at the index or a message the whole thing is blinking.  I suspect
...
% screen it's still fine; it's *only* under screen that I have this problem

My goodness; the silence is deafening.  Are there no ideas out there??

TIA again & HAND

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Toby | 2 Mar 12:43 2006
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Re: blinking mutt display

David T-G wrote:
> I have installed OpenSuSE 10.0 on a new laptop, however, and now when
> I look at the index or a message the whole thing is blinking.
> 
> it's *only* under screen that I have this problem

Do you change the TERM variable in your login scripts?

Try «echo $TERM», it should print "screen" inside screen and something
else outside of it.

Toby

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Keld Jørn Simonsen | 2 Mar 12:49 2006
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saving attachments with 0644 permissions

Hi!

When I save attachments of mail, or mails in general, they
get permission 0600 - I would like that to be 0644.
How can I do that?

best regards
keld

Phil Pennock | 2 Mar 13:54 2006
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Re: imap idle for too long

On 2006-02-22 at 20:10 +0100, daniel.marti <at> upf.edu wrote:
> Sorry,

And on the topic of idle too long, I should have replied long before
now, since nobody else has.  Sorry.

mutt is waiting on your IMAP server returning the results to a previous
command; the IMAP server seems to be waiting for mutt to send it data.
It looks as though the IMAP server is rather broken.

Banner, capabilities request information:

 < * OK calima.upf.edu Oracle Email Server esimap        9.0.4.0.0         is ready
 > a0000 CAPABILITY^M
 < * CAPABILITY IMAP4REV1 AUTH=LOGIN NAMESPACE SORT MULTIAPPEND LITERAL+ UIDPLUS IDLE XORACLE
X-ORACLE-LIST X-ORACLE-COMMENT X-ORACLE-QUOTA X-ORACLE-PREF X-ORACLE-MOVE X-ORACLE-DELETE ACL X-ORACLE-PASSWORD
 Handling CAPABILITY
 < a0000 OK CAPABILITY completed

Authentication:

 imap_authenticate: Using any available method.
 local ip: 193.145.45.197;34234, remote ip:193.145.39.27;143
 SASL: No worthy mechs found
 imap_auth_sasl: IMAP4REV1 AUTH=LOGIN NAMESPACE SORT MULTIAPPEND LITERAL+ UIDPLUS IDLE XORACLE
X-ORACLE-LIST X-ORACLE-COMMENT X-ORACLE-QUOTA X-ORACLE-PREF X-ORACLE-MOVE X-ORACLE-DELETE ACL
X-ORACLE-PASSWORD unavailable
 > a0001 LOGIN "daniel.marti" "my_password"
 < a0001 OK LOGIN completed

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