With release 20191102,
neomutt team has introduced named-mailboxes features, which allows you
to name your mailboxes (duh) in the sidebar. It can be used for some
pretty creative things, like setting a mailbox different to what you
have in your
set folder="~/.mail/kumail" set spoolfile = +'INBOX' set trash = +'Deleted Items' set postponed = +'Drafts' set record = +'Sent Items' named-mailboxes " ―――――― ♠ KU ―――――― " =Journal named-mailboxes "↓ Inbox" =INBOX named-mailboxes "↑ Sent" ='Sent Items' named-mailboxes "∇ Trash" ='Deleted Items' named-mailboxes "∗ Junk" ='Junk Email' named-mailboxes "∃ Drafts" ='Drafts'
After launching neomutt, it gives me nice custom sidebar with a dope delimeter
―――――― ♠ KU ―――――― │ 1 | [11-27-19 12:03:35] Mom Did you buy eggs? ↓ Inbox  3568│ 2 | [11-27-19 09:07:01] Bill All rights reserved. ↑ Sent 797│ 3 | [11-27-19 06:07:02] Lao Tse Difficult Paths ∇ Trash 359│ 4 | [11-27-19 06:59:18] Mando This is the way ∗ Junk 4│ 5 | [11-26-19 22:59:02] BlondiXXX How much does she love you? ∃ Drafts │ 6 | ...
named-mailboxes also work with multiple accounts. You can use some
garbage mailboxes (looking at you, Journal) as delimeters.
I have been looking around how to do threads and I finally found out
how. Usually, mutt just gives you your mail all in one blob of a list.
With threads, you can have beautiful trees of replies, threads,
forwards, and more! To trigger that, just add this to your
set sort = 'reverse-threads' set sort_aux = 'last-date-received'
This is how it looks with huge mail chains
For ease of use, you can add the following line to bind your
c key to
macro index c <collapse-thread> "collapse-thread"