[CentOS] Mutt (derived from: Anaconda Slides in "Other Than English")

J jae at platinumpsi.com
Tue Mar 27 19:20:23 UTC 2007


This is probably a little off-topic, but I use mutt to send attachments 
through email from a script.
( It's good for automatically generated files such as the results of a 
system backup, etc. )

I also have a nifty little utility that polls a certain network 
directory and picks up text files that are a certain format and sends 
them through email (with an optional attachment) -- this allows me to 
generate log files on a "legacy server" that will automatically be 
emailed, without worrying about figuring out how to automatically email 
something in Windows.

(I'd much rather implement something in Linux than Windows, given a choice.)

Leonardo Pinheiro wrote:
> On 3/27/07, Rodrigo Barbosa <rodrigob at darkover.org> wrote:
>> On Tue, Mar 27, 2007 at 06:07:48PM +0200, Ralph Angenendt wrote:
>> > Not in my mutt >:)
>> <...> but
>> Mutt is defaulting that particular attachment to iso-8859-1 here
> I am sorry, I couldn't understand the Mutt part. Does that mean you've
> been using Mutt? :-)
> How good is it?
> Any comments on the differences (productivity, mail filtering, etc)
> from the graphical mail clients? Why do you use it?
> Thanks
> Leonardo
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