Fr Sep 27 17:40:34 2013
Thank You for email and help.
> | > | I open tb and I can see all emails.
> | > | When I used a text based software like mutt
> | > | can I see also all emails or onyl file names in one directory?
> | >
> | > Mutt generally shows you only one mail folder at a time, but you
> | > can change folders easily enoguh, and also tell it to monitor various
> | > folders for the arrival of new email.
> | So I can see
> | only the name of the sender of the email and the topic?
> You can tune what is in the lines in the message index.
> Here's a snapshot of mine, showing your message:
> 20Sep2013 02:11 Steven Aftergoo ! Secrecy News -- 09/19/13
KNOWN, Personal 11K
> 20Sep2013 02:03 highskywhy@yaho ! ┌>
KNOWN, LNXNewbies, Personal 0.7K
> 13Sep2013 07:14 To LINUX_Newbie - ┌>Re: [LINUX_Newbies] Two users
on one computer 0.6K
> 14Aug2013 19:43 To LINUX_Newbie - ├>Re: [LINUX_Newbies] Two users
on one computer 1.2K
Thank You for special help.
For this I was looking.
> Your mail reader may fold those lines up, making them very ugly.
> Make it as wide as possible.
> There should be exactly 4 lines above, each showing:
> message date and time (in my local time)
> message author (you can see your message on line 2)
> flags (the "!" means I should pay this more attention)
> threading and subject
> see the "|->" ? They show how messages in a single thread are
> your message is thus clearly a reply to my message on 13Sep2013
> x-label (a header written by my mail filing program, and used by mutt)
> this marks some messages with a "category"
> this is quite useful in mixed folders, where I file several
> related mailing lists; it is obvious which mailing list the
> message is from
> message size
> really there just for interest, but sometimes handy when looking
> for attachments, or for "long" messages
> See the "index_format" variable in the mutt documentation:
> My config line says:
> set index_format="%D %-15.15F %S %?M?(%M) ?%?H?[%H] ?%s%> %y %4c"