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Re. Mutt giving me blank screen with the message "/home/adam/Maildir is not a mailbox" and the terminal telling me that "find: ~Mail/IN*: No such file or directory" is there a conflict between the 'Maildir' paragraph and the following 'Mail/IN*' below [.muttrc] ? Adam. [email]afbparadise.net.nz[/email] > set mbox_type=Maildir > set mbox=~/Maildir/ > set folder=~/Maildir/ > set record="~/Maildir/.Sent/" > set spoolfile=~/Maildir/ > > > > > mailboxes /var/spool/mail/adam > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.DebianUserDigest > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.DebianUserPolish > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.Slug > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.Wellylug > > > mailboxes `find ~Mail/IN* -printf "%p "` > > > macro index <left> ":mailboxes \`find ~/Mail/IN* -printf \"%p > \"\`\nc?<toggle-m ...

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    Default Mutt: Maildir & "Mail/IN*: No such file or directory"

    Re. Mutt giving me blank screen with the message
    "/home/adam/Maildir is not a mailbox"

    and the terminal telling me that
    "find: ~Mail/IN*: No such file or directory"

    is there a conflict between the 'Maildir' paragraph
    and the following 'Mail/IN*' below [.muttrc] ?

    Adam.
    [email]afbparadise.net.nz[/email]
    > set mbox_type=Maildir
    > set mbox=~/Maildir/
    > set folder=~/Maildir/
    > set record="~/Maildir/.Sent/"
    > set spoolfile=~/Maildir/
    >
    >
    >
    >
    > mailboxes /var/spool/mail/adam
    > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.DebianUserDigest
    > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.DebianUserPolish
    > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.Slug
    > mailboxes /home/adam/Mail/IN.Wellylug
    >
    >
    > mailboxes `find ~Mail/IN* -printf "%p "`
    >
    >
    > macro index <left> ":mailboxes \`find ~/Mail/IN* -printf \"%p
    > \"\`\nc?<toggle-m
    >
    >







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    Default Re: Mutt: Maildir & "Mail/IN*: No such file or directory"

    <quote who="Adam Bogacki">
    > is there a conflict between the 'Maildir' paragraph
    > and the following 'Mail/IN*' below [.muttrc] ?
    Yes. They have nothing to do with each other. If you're switching to
    Maildir, your mail is in ~/Maildir. None of your mailboxes lines are
    relevant.

    Read my configs again, and comment/uncomment the right bits. :-)

    - Jeff

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    Default Re: Mutt: "/home/adam/Maildir/ is not a mailbox"

    Quoting Adam Bogacki <afbparadise.net.nz>:
    > Hmmm... I've read (& shamelessly borrowed) your configs and
    > commented/uncommented
    > everything in favour of Maildir in .procmailrc & .muttrc and when, as
    > user, I try mutt I get
    >
    > >"---Mutt: (no mailbox)
    > >[Msgs:0]---(threads/date)-------------------------(all)---/home/adam/Maildir/
    > >is not a mailbox."
    >
    Maildir should be a directory with new, cur, and tmp sub-directories
    in it. I can duplicate the error message is I delete the
    subdirectories. Are you sure you created them?

    Jeffrey


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