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sidebar: Force utf8 prettiness
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This is the NeoMutt Project

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What is NeoMutt?

  • NeoMutt is a project of projects.
  • A place to gather all the patches against Mutt.
  • A place for all the developers to gather.

Hopefully this will build the community and reduce duplicated effort.

NeoMutt was created when Richard Russon (@FlatCap) took all the old Mutt patches, sorted through them, fixed them up and documented them.

My patch

My patch do add a fancy sidebar menu, which I feel is better than the original one. I'm not planning on upstreaming this, since it's pretty much the ugliest code in the world. I'll try to keep up to date with the upstream if people are planning on using it.

Configuration

# Sidebar Patch --------------------------------------
set sidebar_format = "%B %?N?%N?"
set sidebar_visible = yes
set sidebar_width   = 30
set sidebar_short_path = yes

Preview

What Features does NeoMutt have?

Name Description
Attach Headers Color Color attachment headers using regex, just like mail bodies
Compose to Sender Send new mail to the sender of the current mail
Compressed Folders Read from/write to compressed mailboxes
Conditional Dates Use rules to choose date format
Encrypt-to-Self Save a self-encrypted copy of emails
Fmemopen Replace some temporary files with memory buffers
Forgotten Attachment Alert user when (s)he forgets to attach a file to an outgoing email.
Global Hooks Define actions to run globally within NeoMutt
Ifdef Conditional config options
Index Color Custom rules for theming the email index
Initials Expando Expando for author's initials
Kyoto Cabinet Kyoto Cabinet backend for the header cache
Limit Current Thread Focus on one Email Thread
LMDB LMDB backend for the header cache
Multiple FCC Save multiple copies of outgoing mail
Nested If Allow complex nested conditions in format strings
New Mail Execute a command upon the receipt of new mail.
NNTP Talk to a Usenet news server
Notmuch Email search engine
Progress Bar Show a visual progress bar on slow operations
Quasi-Delete Mark emails that should be hidden, but not deleted
Reply With X-Orig-To Direct reply to email using X-Original-To header
Sensible Browser Make the file browser behave
Sidebar Panel containing list of Mailboxes
Skip Quoted Leave some context visible
Status Color Custom rules for theming the status bar
TLS-SNI Negotiate with a server for a TLS/SSL certificate
Trash Folder Automatically move deleted emails to a trash bin

Contributed Scripts and Config

Name Description
Header Cache Benchmark Script to test the speed of the header cache
Keybase Keybase Integration
Useful programs List of useful programs interacting with NeoMutt
Vi Keys Easy and clean Vi-keys for NeoMutt
Vim Syntax Vim Syntax File

How to Install NeoMutt?

NeoMutt may be packaged for your distribution, and otherwise it can be built from source. Please refer to the instructions on the distro page.

Where is NeoMutt?

Mutt

While NeoMutt is technically a fork of Mutt, the intention of the project is not to diverge from Mutt, but rather to act as a common ground for developers to improve Mutt.

Collecting, sorting out and polishing patches to be incorporated upstream (into Mutt), as well as being a place to gather and encourage further collaboration while reducing redundant work, are among the main goals of NeoMutt. NeoMutt merges all changes from Mutt.

More information is available on the About page on the NeoMutt website.

Mutt was created by Michael Elkins and is now maintained by Kevin McCarthy.

https://neomutt.org/guide/miscellany.html#acknowledgements