A text mode mail user agent.
Mutt is a text-mode mail user agent. Mutt supports color, threading,
arbitrary key remapping, and a lot of customization.
You should install mutt if you have used it in the past and you prefer
it, or if you are new to mail programs and have not decided which one
you are going to use.
README for mutt-1.3
If you got the mutt source code from the public CVS repository (CVS
root: :pserver:firstname.lastname@example.org:/home/roessler/cvs, password
anonymous), please read doc/devel-notes.txt to make sure that you
have a complete development environment.
Installation instructions are detailed in ``INSTALL''.
The user manual is in doc/manual.txt. A list of major chang
$Id: README.SECURITY,v 2.3 2000/03/01 00:12:09 roessler Exp $
Recently, there have been reports on security problems induced by
the interpretation of shell meta-characters embedded in MIME
parameters. These reports were referring to Pine, but the problem
also applied when using mutt.
More precisely, a mailcap entry like this one would lead to
> text/test-mailcap-bug; cat %s; copiouso
IMAP/SSL in mutt
If you want to have SSL support in mutt, you need to install OpenSSL
(http://www.openssl.org) libraries and headers before compiling.
OpenSSL versions 0.9.3 through 0.9.6a have been tested.
For SSL support to be enabled, you need to run the ``configure''
script with ``--enable-imap --with-ssl[=PFX]'' parameters. If the
OpenSSL headers a
Visible changes since Mutt 1.2
Folder formats and folder
mutt(1) User Manuals mutt(1)
mutt - The Mutt
urlview - URL ex
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