On Tuesday, March 21 at 10:58 AM, quoth Aron Griffis:
1. With mutt -F /dev/null, after linking and syncing, the message disappears temporarily. It reappears (in the correctly linked location) the next time that messages are fetched from the server, for example when imap-fetch-mail is called. This is disconcerting and could be improved, but at least the mail is not actually being removed.
One other thing. Typically IMAP servers notify the client of any new mail whenever they do ANY command (NOOP is not a special case). So on a more standard IMAP server, mutt is notified of the new message as soon as it saves it. Apparently your server does not do this (or I’m misunderstanding how mutt works).
What IMAP server are you using, anyway? ~Kyle --Coffee is the common man's gold, and like gold, it brings to every person the feeling of luxury and nobility.
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