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/*
* Copyright (C) 1996-2002,2007,2010 Michael R. Elkins <me@mutt.org>
* Copyright (C) 2004 g10 Code GmbH
*
* This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify
* it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by
* the Free Software Foundation; either version 2 of the License, or
* (at your option) any later version.
*
* This program is distributed in the hope that it will be useful,
* but WITHOUT ANY WARRANTY; without even the implied warranty of
* MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A PARTICULAR PURPOSE. See the
* GNU General Public License for more details.
*
* You should have received a copy of the GNU General Public License
* along with this program; if not, write to the Free Software
* Foundation, Inc., 51 Franklin Street, Fifth Floor, Boston, MA 02110-1301, USA.
*/
#ifdef _MAKEDOC
# include "config.h"
# include "doc/makedoc-defs.h"
#else
# include "sort.h"
#endif
#include "buffy.h"
#ifndef _MAKEDOC
#define DT_MASK 0x0f
#define DT_BOOL 1 /* boolean option */
#define DT_NUM 2 /* a number */
#define DT_STR 3 /* a string */
#define DT_PATH 4 /* a pathname */
#define DT_QUAD 5 /* quad-option (yes/no/ask-yes/ask-no) */
#define DT_SORT 6 /* sorting methods */
#define DT_RX 7 /* regular expressions */
#define DT_MAGIC 8 /* mailbox type */
#define DT_SYN 9 /* synonym for another variable */
#define DT_ADDR 10 /* e-mail address */
#define DTYPE(x) ((x) & DT_MASK)
/* subtypes */
#define DT_SUBTYPE_MASK 0xf0
#define DT_SORT_ALIAS 0x10
#define DT_SORT_BROWSER 0x20
#define DT_SORT_KEYS 0x40
#define DT_SORT_AUX 0x80
/* flags to parse_set() */
#define M_SET_INV (1<<0) /* default is to invert all vars */
#define M_SET_UNSET (1<<1) /* default is to unset all vars */
#define M_SET_RESET (1<<2) /* default is to reset all vars to default */
/* forced redraw/resort types */
#define R_NONE 0
#define R_INDEX (1<<0)
#define R_PAGER (1<<1)
#define R_RESORT (1<<2) /* resort the mailbox */
#define R_RESORT_SUB (1<<3) /* resort subthreads */
#define R_RESORT_INIT (1<<4) /* resort from scratch */
#define R_TREE (1<<5) /* redraw the thread tree */
#define R_BOTH (R_INDEX | R_PAGER)
#define R_RESORT_BOTH (R_RESORT | R_RESORT_SUB)
struct option_t
{
char *option;
short type;
short flags;
unsigned long data;
unsigned long init; /* initial value */
};
#define UL (unsigned long)
#endif /* _MAKEDOC */
#ifndef ISPELL
#define ISPELL "ispell"
#endif
struct option_t MuttVars[] = {
/*++*/
{ "abort_nosubject", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_SUBJECT, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** If set to \fIyes\fP, when composing messages and no subject is given
** at the subject prompt, composition will be aborted. If set to
** \fIno\fP, composing messages with no subject given at the subject
** prompt will never be aborted.
*/
{ "abort_unmodified", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_ABORT, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** If set to \fIyes\fP, composition will automatically abort after
** editing the message body if no changes are made to the file (this
** check only happens after the \fIfirst\fP edit of the file). When set
** to \fIno\fP, composition will never be aborted.
*/
{ "alias_file", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &AliasFile, UL "~/.muttrc" },
/*
** .pp
** The default file in which to save aliases created by the
** \fC$<create-alias>\fP function. Entries added to this file are
** encoded in the character set specified by $$config_charset if it
** is \fIset\fP or the current character set otherwise.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP Mutt will not automatically source this file; you must
** explicitly use the ``$source'' command for it to be executed in case
** this option points to a dedicated alias file.
** .pp
** The default for this option is the currently used muttrc file, or
** ``~/.muttrc'' if no user muttrc was found.
*/
{ "alias_format", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &AliasFmt, UL "%4n %2f %t %-10a %r" },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the format of the data displayed for the ``$alias'' menu. The
** following \fCprintf(3)\fP-style sequences are available:
** .dl
** .dt %a .dd alias name
** .dt %f .dd flags - currently, a ``d'' for an alias marked for deletion
** .dt %n .dd index number
** .dt %r .dd address which alias expands to
** .dt %t .dd character which indicates if the alias is tagged for inclusion
** .de
*/
{ "allow_8bit", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTALLOW8BIT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether 8-bit data is converted to 7-bit using either Quoted-
** Printable or Base64 encoding when sending mail.
*/
{ "allow_ansi", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTALLOWANSI, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether ANSI color codes in messages (and color tags in
** rich text messages) are to be interpreted.
** Messages containing these codes are rare, but if this option is \fIset\fP,
** their text will be colored accordingly. Note that this may override
** your color choices, and even present a security problem, since a
** message could include a line like
** .ts
** [-- PGP output follows ...
** .te
** .pp
** and give it the same color as your attachment color (see also
** $$crypt_timestamp).
*/
{ "arrow_cursor", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTARROWCURSOR, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, an arrow (``->'') will be used to indicate the current entry
** in menus instead of highlighting the whole line. On slow network or modem
** links this will make response faster because there is less that has to
** be redrawn on the screen when moving to the next or previous entries
** in the menu.
*/
{ "ascii_chars", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTASCIICHARS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, Mutt will use plain ASCII characters when displaying thread
** and attachment trees, instead of the default \fIACS\fP characters.
*/
{ "askbcc", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTASKBCC, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, Mutt will prompt you for blind-carbon-copy (Bcc) recipients
** before editing an outgoing message.
*/
{ "askcc", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTASKCC, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, Mutt will prompt you for carbon-copy (Cc) recipients before
** editing the body of an outgoing message.
*/
{ "assumed_charset", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &AssumedCharset, UL 0},
/*
** .pp
** This variable is a colon-separated list of character encoding
** schemes for messages without character encoding indication.
** Header field values and message body content without character encoding
** indication would be assumed that they are written in one of this list.
** By default, all the header fields and message body without any charset
** indication are assumed to be in ``us-ascii''.
** .pp
** For example, Japanese users might prefer this:
** .ts
** set assumed_charset="iso-2022-jp:euc-jp:shift_jis:utf-8"
** .te
** .pp
** However, only the first content is valid for the message body.
*/
{ "attach_charset", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &AttachCharset, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable is a colon-separated list of character encoding
** schemes for text file attachments. Mutt uses this setting to guess
** which encoding files being attached are encoded in to convert them to
** a proper character set given in $$send_charset.
** .pp
** If \fIunset\fP, the value of $$charset will be used instead.
** For example, the following configuration would work for Japanese
** text handling:
** .ts
** set attach_charset="iso-2022-jp:euc-jp:shift_jis:utf-8"
** .te
** .pp
** Note: for Japanese users, ``iso-2022-*'' must be put at the head
** of the value as shown above if included.
*/
{ "attach_format", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &AttachFormat, UL "%u%D%I %t%4n %T%.40d%> [%.7m/%.10M, %.6e%?C?, %C?, %s] " },
/*
** .pp
** This variable describes the format of the ``attachment'' menu. The
** following \fCprintf(3)\fP-style sequences are understood:
** .dl
** .dt %C .dd charset
** .dt %c .dd requires charset conversion (``n'' or ``c'')
** .dt %D .dd deleted flag
** .dt %d .dd description
** .dt %e .dd MIME content-transfer-encoding
** .dt %f .dd filename
** .dt %I .dd disposition (``I'' for inline, ``A'' for attachment)
** .dt %m .dd major MIME type
** .dt %M .dd MIME subtype
** .dt %n .dd attachment number
** .dt %Q .dd ``Q'', if MIME part qualifies for attachment counting
** .dt %s .dd size
** .dt %t .dd tagged flag
** .dt %T .dd graphic tree characters
** .dt %u .dd unlink (=to delete) flag
** .dt %X .dd number of qualifying MIME parts in this part and its children
** (please see the ``$attachments'' section for possible speed effects)
** .dt %>X .dd right justify the rest of the string and pad with character ``X''
** .dt %|X .dd pad to the end of the line with character ``X''
** .dt %*X .dd soft-fill with character ``X'' as pad
** .de
** .pp
** For an explanation of ``soft-fill'', see the $$index_format documentation.
*/
{ "attach_sep", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &AttachSep, UL "\n" },
/*
** .pp
** The separator to add between attachments when operating (saving,
** printing, piping, etc) on a list of tagged attachments.
*/
{ "attach_split", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTATTACHSPLIT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If this variable is \fIunset\fP, when operating (saving, printing, piping,
** etc) on a list of tagged attachments, Mutt will concatenate the
** attachments and will operate on them as a single attachment. The
** $$attach_sep separator is added after each attachment. When \fIset\fP,
** Mutt will operate on the attachments one by one.
*/
{ "attribution", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &Attribution, UL "On %d, %n wrote:" },
/*
** .pp
** This is the string that will precede a message which has been included
** in a reply. For a full listing of defined \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences see
** the section on $$index_format.
*/
{ "auto_tag", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTAUTOTAG, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, functions in the \fIindex\fP menu which affect a message
** will be applied to all tagged messages (if there are any). When
** unset, you must first use the \fC<tag-prefix>\fP function (bound to ``;''
** by default) to make the next function apply to all tagged messages.
*/
{ "autoedit", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTAUTOEDIT, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP along with $$edit_headers, Mutt will skip the initial
** send-menu (prompting for subject and recipients) and allow you to
** immediately begin editing the body of your
** message. The send-menu may still be accessed once you have finished
** editing the body of your message.
** .pp
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP when this option is \fIset\fP, you cannot use send-hooks that depend
** on the recipients when composing a new (non-reply) message, as the initial
** list of recipients is empty.
** .pp
** Also see $$fast_reply.
*/
{ "beep", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTBEEP, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP, mutt will beep when an error occurs.
*/
{ "beep_new", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTBEEPNEW, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP, mutt will beep whenever it prints a message
** notifying you of new mail. This is independent of the setting of the
** $$beep variable.
*/
{ "bounce", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_BOUNCE, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether you will be asked to confirm bouncing messages.
** If set to \fIyes\fP you don't get asked if you want to bounce a
** message. Setting this variable to \fIno\fP is not generally useful,
** and thus not recommended, because you are unable to bounce messages.
*/
{ "bounce_delivered", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTBOUNCEDELIVERED, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP, mutt will include Delivered-To headers when
** bouncing messages. Postfix users may wish to \fIunset\fP this variable.
*/
{ "braille_friendly", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTBRAILLEFRIENDLY, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP, mutt will place the cursor at the beginning
** of the current line in menus, even when the $$arrow_cursor variable
** is \fIunset\fP, making it easier for blind persons using Braille displays to
** follow these menus. The option is \fIunset\fP by default because many
** visual terminals don't permit making the cursor invisible.
*/
#if defined(USE_SSL)
{ "certificate_file", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &SslCertFile, UL "~/.mutt_certificates" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies the file where the certificates you trust
** are saved. When an unknown certificate is encountered, you are asked
** if you accept it or not. If you accept it, the certificate can also
** be saved in this file and further connections are automatically
** accepted.
** .pp
** You can also manually add CA certificates in this file. Any server
** certificate that is signed with one of these CA certificates is
** also automatically accepted.
** .pp
** Example:
** .ts
** set certificate_file=~/.mutt/certificates
** .te
**
*/
#endif
{ "charset", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &Charset, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Character set your terminal uses to display and enter textual data.
** It is also the fallback for $$send_charset.
** .pp
** Upon startup Mutt tries to derive this value from environment variables
** such as \fC$$$LC_CTYPE\fP or \fC$$$LANG\fP.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP It should only be set in case Mutt isn't able to determine the
** character set used correctly.
*/
{ "check_mbox_size", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCHECKMBOXSIZE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP, mutt will use file size attribute instead of
** access time when checking for new mail in mbox and mmdf folders.
** .pp
** This variable is \fIunset\fP by default and should only be enabled when
** new mail detection for these folder types is unreliable or doesn't work.
** .pp
** Note that enabling this variable should happen before any ``$mailboxes''
** directives occur in configuration files regarding mbox or mmdf folders
** because mutt needs to determine the initial new mail status of such a
** mailbox by performing a fast mailbox scan when it is defined.
** Afterwards the new mail status is tracked by file size changes.
*/
{ "check_new", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCHECKNEW, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP this option only affects \fImaildir\fP and \fIMH\fP style
** mailboxes.
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will check for new mail delivered while the
** mailbox is open. Especially with MH mailboxes, this operation can
** take quite some time since it involves scanning the directory and
** checking each file to see if it has already been looked at. If
** this variable is \fIunset\fP, no check for new mail is performed
** while the mailbox is open.
*/
{ "collapse_unread", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCOLLAPSEUNREAD, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIunset\fP, Mutt will not collapse a thread if it contains any
** unread messages.
*/
{ "compose_format", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &ComposeFormat, UL "-- Mutt: Compose [Approx. msg size: %l Atts: %a]%>-" },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the format of the status line displayed in the ``compose''
** menu. This string is similar to $$status_format, but has its own
** set of \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences:
** .dl
** .dt %a .dd total number of attachments
** .dt %h .dd local hostname
** .dt %l .dd approximate size (in bytes) of the current message
** .dt %v .dd Mutt version string
** .de
** .pp
** See the text describing the $$status_format option for more
** information on how to set $$compose_format.
*/
{ "config_charset", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ConfigCharset, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When defined, Mutt will recode commands in rc files from this
** encoding to the current character set as specified by $$charset
** and aliases written to $$alias_file from the current character set.
** .pp
** Please note that if setting $$charset it must be done before
** setting $$config_charset.
** .pp
** Recoding should be avoided as it may render unconvertable
** characters as question marks which can lead to undesired
** side effects (for example in regular expressions).
*/
{ "confirmappend", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCONFIRMAPPEND, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will prompt for confirmation when appending messages to
** an existing mailbox.
*/
{ "confirmcreate", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCONFIRMCREATE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will prompt for confirmation when saving messages to a
** mailbox which does not yet exist before creating it.
*/
{ "connect_timeout", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ConnectTimeout, 30 },
/*
** .pp
** Causes Mutt to timeout a network connection (for IMAP, POP or SMTP) after this
** many seconds if the connection is not able to be established. A negative
** value causes Mutt to wait indefinitely for the connection attempt to succeed.
*/
{ "content_type", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ContentType, UL "text/plain" },
/*
** .pp
** Sets the default Content-Type for the body of newly composed messages.
*/
{ "copy", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_COPY, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether or not copies of your outgoing messages
** will be saved for later references. Also see $$record,
** $$save_name, $$force_name and ``$fcc-hook''.
*/
{ "pgp_autoencrypt", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "crypt_autoencrypt", 0 },
{ "crypt_autoencrypt", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTAUTOENCRYPT, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Setting this variable will cause Mutt to always attempt to PGP
** encrypt outgoing messages. This is probably only useful in
** connection to the ``$send-hook'' command. It can be overridden
** by use of the pgp menu, when encryption is not required or
** signing is requested as well. If $$smime_is_default is \fIset\fP,
** then OpenSSL is used instead to create S/MIME messages and
** settings can be overridden by use of the smime menu instead.
** (Crypto only)
*/
{ "crypt_autopgp", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTAUTOPGP, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether or not mutt may automatically enable
** PGP encryption/signing for messages. See also $$crypt_autoencrypt,
** $$crypt_replyencrypt,
** $$crypt_autosign, $$crypt_replysign and $$smime_is_default.
*/
{ "pgp_autosign", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "crypt_autosign", 0 },
{ "crypt_autosign", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTAUTOSIGN, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Setting this variable will cause Mutt to always attempt to
** cryptographically sign outgoing messages. This can be overridden
** by use of the pgp menu, when signing is not required or
** encryption is requested as well. If $$smime_is_default is \fIset\fP,
** then OpenSSL is used instead to create S/MIME messages and settings can
** be overridden by use of the smime menu instead of the pgp menu.
** (Crypto only)
*/
{ "crypt_autosmime", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTAUTOSMIME, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether or not mutt may automatically enable
** S/MIME encryption/signing for messages. See also $$crypt_autoencrypt,
** $$crypt_replyencrypt,
** $$crypt_autosign, $$crypt_replysign and $$smime_is_default.
*/
{ "pgp_replyencrypt", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "crypt_replyencrypt", 1 },
{ "crypt_replyencrypt", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTREPLYENCRYPT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, automatically PGP or OpenSSL encrypt replies to messages which are
** encrypted.
** (Crypto only)
*/
{ "pgp_replysign", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "crypt_replysign", 0 },
{ "crypt_replysign", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTREPLYSIGN, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, automatically PGP or OpenSSL sign replies to messages which are
** signed.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP this does not work on messages that are encrypted
** \fIand\fP signed!
** (Crypto only)
*/
{ "pgp_replysignencrypted", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "crypt_replysignencrypted", 0},
{ "crypt_replysignencrypted", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTREPLYSIGNENCRYPTED, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, automatically PGP or OpenSSL sign replies to messages
** which are encrypted. This makes sense in combination with
** $$crypt_replyencrypt, because it allows you to sign all
** messages which are automatically encrypted. This works around
** the problem noted in $$crypt_replysign, that mutt is not able
** to find out whether an encrypted message is also signed.
** (Crypto only)
*/
{ "crypt_timestamp", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTTIMESTAMP, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will include a time stamp in the lines surrounding
** PGP or S/MIME output, so spoofing such lines is more difficult.
** If you are using colors to mark these lines, and rely on these,
** you may \fIunset\fP this setting.
** (Crypto only)
*/
{ "crypt_use_gpgme", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTUSEGPGME, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the use of the GPGME-enabled crypto backends.
** If it is \fIset\fP and Mutt was built with gpgme support, the gpgme code for
** S/MIME and PGP will be used instead of the classic code. Note that
** you need to set this option in .muttrc; it won't have any effect when
** used interactively.
*/
{ "crypt_use_pka", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTCRYPTUSEPKA, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether mutt uses PKA
** (see http://www.g10code.de/docs/pka-intro.de.pdf) during signature
** verification (only supported by the GPGME backend).
*/
{ "pgp_verify_sig", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "crypt_verify_sig", 0},
{ "crypt_verify_sig", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_VERIFYSIG, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** If \fI``yes''\fP, always attempt to verify PGP or S/MIME signatures.
** If \fI``ask-*''\fP, ask whether or not to verify the signature.
** If \fI``no''\fP, never attempt to verify cryptographic signatures.
** (Crypto only)
*/
{ "date_format", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &DateFmt, UL "!%a, %b %d, %Y at %I:%M:%S%p %Z" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the format of the date printed by the ``%d''
** sequence in $$index_format. This is passed to the \fCstrftime(3)\fP
** function to process the date, see the man page for the proper syntax.
** .pp
** Unless the first character in the string is a bang (``!''), the month
** and week day names are expanded according to the locale specified in
** the variable $$locale. If the first character in the string is a
** bang, the bang is discarded, and the month and week day names in the
** rest of the string are expanded in the \fIC\fP locale (that is in US
** English).
*/
{ "default_hook", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &DefaultHook, UL "~f %s !~P | (~P ~C %s)" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls how ``$message-hook'', ``$reply-hook'', ``$send-hook'',
** ``$send2-hook'', ``$save-hook'', and ``$fcc-hook'' will
** be interpreted if they are specified with only a simple regexp,
** instead of a matching pattern. The hooks are expanded when they are
** declared, so a hook will be interpreted according to the value of this
** variable at the time the hook is declared.
** .pp
** The default value matches
** if the message is either from a user matching the regular expression
** given, or if it is from you (if the from address matches
** ``$alternates'') and is to or cc'ed to a user matching the given
** regular expression.
*/
{ "delete", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_DELETE, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not messages are really deleted when closing or
** synchronizing a mailbox. If set to \fIyes\fP, messages marked for
** deleting will automatically be purged without prompting. If set to
** \fIno\fP, messages marked for deletion will be kept in the mailbox.
*/
{ "delete_untag", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTDELETEUNTAG, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If this option is \fIset\fP, mutt will untag messages when marking them
** for deletion. This applies when you either explicitly delete a message,
** or when you save it to another folder.
*/
{ "digest_collapse", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTDIGESTCOLLAPSE, 1},
/*
** .pp
** If this option is \fIset\fP, mutt's received-attachments menu will not show the subparts of
** individual messages in a multipart/digest. To see these subparts, press ``v'' on that menu.
*/
{ "display_filter", DT_PATH, R_PAGER, UL &DisplayFilter, UL "" },
/*
** .pp
** When set, specifies a command used to filter messages. When a message
** is viewed it is passed as standard input to $$display_filter, and the
** filtered message is read from the standard output.
*/
#if defined(DL_STANDALONE) && defined(USE_DOTLOCK)
{ "dotlock_program", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &MuttDotlock, UL BINDIR "/mutt_dotlock" },
/*
** .pp
** Contains the path of the \fCmutt_dotlock(8)\fP binary to be used by
** mutt.
*/
#endif
{ "dsn_notify", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &DsnNotify, UL "" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable sets the request for when notification is returned. The
** string consists of a comma separated list (no spaces!) of one or more
** of the following: \fInever\fP, to never request notification,
** \fIfailure\fP, to request notification on transmission failure,
** \fIdelay\fP, to be notified of message delays, \fIsuccess\fP, to be
** notified of successful transmission.
** .pp
** Example:
** .ts
** set dsn_notify="failure,delay"
** .te
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP when using $$sendmail for delivery, you should not enable
** this unless you are either using Sendmail 8.8.x or greater or a MTA
** providing a \fCsendmail(1)\fP-compatible interface supporting the \fC-N\fP option
** for DSN. For SMTP delivery, DSN support is auto-detected so that it
** depends on the server whether DSN will be used or not.
*/
{ "dsn_return", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &DsnReturn, UL "" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls how much of your message is returned in DSN
** messages. It may be set to either \fIhdrs\fP to return just the
** message header, or \fIfull\fP to return the full message.
** .pp
** Example:
** .ts
** set dsn_return=hdrs
** .te
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP when using $$sendmail for delivery, you should not enable
** this unless you are either using Sendmail 8.8.x or greater or a MTA
** providing a \fCsendmail(1)\fP-compatible interface supporting the \fC-R\fP option
** for DSN. For SMTP delivery, DSN support is auto-detected so that it
** depends on the server whether DSN will be used or not.
*/
{ "duplicate_threads", DT_BOOL, R_RESORT|R_RESORT_INIT|R_INDEX, OPTDUPTHREADS, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether mutt, when $$sort is set to \fIthreads\fP, threads
** messages with the same Message-Id together. If it is \fIset\fP, it will indicate
** that it thinks they are duplicates of each other with an equals sign
** in the thread tree.
*/
{ "edit_headers", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTEDITHDRS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This option allows you to edit the header of your outgoing messages
** along with the body of your message.
** .pp
** \fBNote\fP that changes made to the References: and Date: headers are
** ignored for interoperability reasons.
*/
{ "edit_hdrs", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "edit_headers", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "editor", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Editor, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies which editor is used by mutt.
** It defaults to the value of the \fC$$$VISUAL\fP, or \fC$$$EDITOR\fP, environment
** variable, or to the string ``vi'' if neither of those are set.
*/
{ "encode_from", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTENCODEFROM, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will quoted-printable encode messages when
** they contain the string ``From '' (note the trailing space) in the beginning of a line.
** This is useful to avoid the tampering certain mail delivery and transport
** agents tend to do with messages (in order to prevent tools from
** misinterpreting the line as a mbox message separator).
*/
#if defined(USE_SSL_OPENSSL)
{ "entropy_file", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &SslEntropyFile, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** The file which includes random data that is used to initialize SSL
** library functions.
*/
#endif
{ "envelope_from_address", DT_ADDR, R_NONE, UL &EnvFrom, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Manually sets the \fIenvelope\fP sender for outgoing messages.
** This value is ignored if $$use_envelope_from is \fIunset\fP.
*/
{ "escape", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &EscChar, UL "~" },
/*
** .pp
** Escape character to use for functions in the built-in editor.
*/
{ "fast_reply", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTFASTREPLY, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, the initial prompt for recipients and subject are skipped
** when replying to messages, and the initial prompt for subject is
** skipped when forwarding messages.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP this variable has no effect when the $$autoedit
** variable is \fIset\fP.
*/
{ "fcc_attach", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_FCCATTACH, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether or not attachments on outgoing messages
** are saved along with the main body of your message.
*/
{ "fcc_clear", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTFCCCLEAR, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP, FCCs will be stored unencrypted and
** unsigned, even when the actual message is encrypted and/or
** signed.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "folder", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Maildir, UL "~/Mail" },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the default location of your mailboxes. A ``+'' or ``='' at the
** beginning of a pathname will be expanded to the value of this
** variable. Note that if you change this variable (from the default)
** value you need to make sure that the assignment occurs \fIbefore\fP
** you use ``+'' or ``='' for any other variables since expansion takes place
** when handling the ``$mailboxes'' command.
*/
{ "folder_format", DT_STR, R_INDEX, UL &FolderFormat, UL "%2C %t %N %F %2l %-8.8u %-8.8g %8s %d %f" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable allows you to customize the file browser display to your
** personal taste. This string is similar to $$index_format, but has
** its own set of \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences:
** .dl
** .dt %C .dd current file number
** .dt %d .dd date/time folder was last modified
** .dt %D .dd date/time folder was last modified using $$date_format.
** .dt %f .dd filename (``/'' is appended to directory names,
** ``@'' to symbolic links and ``*'' to executable
** files)
** .dt %F .dd file permissions
** .dt %g .dd group name (or numeric gid, if missing)
** .dt %l .dd number of hard links
** .dt %N .dd N if folder has new mail, blank otherwise
** .dt %s .dd size in bytes
** .dt %t .dd ``*'' if the file is tagged, blank otherwise
** .dt %u .dd owner name (or numeric uid, if missing)
** .dt %>X .dd right justify the rest of the string and pad with character ``X''
** .dt %|X .dd pad to the end of the line with character ``X''
** .dt %*X .dd soft-fill with character ``X'' as pad
** .de
** .pp
** For an explanation of ``soft-fill'', see the $$index_format documentation.
*/
{ "followup_to", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTFOLLOWUPTO, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not the ``Mail-Followup-To:'' header field is
** generated when sending mail. When \fIset\fP, Mutt will generate this
** field when you are replying to a known mailing list, specified with
** the ``$subscribe'' or ``$lists'' commands.
** .pp
** This field has two purposes. First, preventing you from
** receiving duplicate copies of replies to messages which you send
** to mailing lists, and second, ensuring that you do get a reply
** separately for any messages sent to known lists to which you are
** not subscribed.
** .pp
** The header will contain only the list's address
** for subscribed lists, and both the list address and your own
** email address for unsubscribed lists. Without this header, a
** group reply to your message sent to a subscribed list will be
** sent to both the list and your address, resulting in two copies
** of the same email for you.
*/
{ "force_name", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTFORCENAME, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable is similar to $$save_name, except that Mutt will
** store a copy of your outgoing message by the username of the address
** you are sending to even if that mailbox does not exist.
** .pp
** Also see the $$record variable.
*/
{ "forward_decode", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTFORWDECODE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the decoding of complex MIME messages into \fCtext/plain\fP when
** forwarding a message. The message header is also RFC2047 decoded.
** This variable is only used, if $$mime_forward is \fIunset\fP,
** otherwise $$mime_forward_decode is used instead.
*/
{ "forw_decode", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "forward_decode", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "forward_decrypt", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTFORWDECRYPT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the handling of encrypted messages when forwarding a message.
** When \fIset\fP, the outer layer of encryption is stripped off. This
** variable is only used if $$mime_forward is \fIset\fP and
** $$mime_forward_decode is \fIunset\fP.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "forw_decrypt", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "forward_decrypt", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "forward_edit", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_FORWEDIT, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** This quadoption controls whether or not the user is automatically
** placed in the editor when forwarding messages. For those who always want
** to forward with no modification, use a setting of ``no''.
*/
{ "forward_format", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ForwFmt, UL "[%a: %s]" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the default subject when forwarding a message.
** It uses the same format sequences as the $$index_format variable.
*/
{ "forw_format", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "forward_format", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "forward_quote", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTFORWQUOTE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, forwarded messages included in the main body of the
** message (when $$mime_forward is \fIunset\fP) will be quoted using
** $$indent_string.
*/
{ "forw_quote", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "forward_quote", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "from", DT_ADDR, R_NONE, UL &From, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, this variable contains a default from address. It
** can be overridden using ``$my_hdr'' (including from a ``$send-hook'') and
** $$reverse_name. This variable is ignored if $$use_from is \fIunset\fP.
** .pp
** This setting defaults to the contents of the environment variable \fC$$$EMAIL\fP.
*/
{ "gecos_mask", DT_RX, R_NONE, UL &GecosMask, UL "^[^,]*" },
/*
** .pp
** A regular expression used by mutt to parse the GECOS field of a password
** entry when expanding the alias. The default value
** will return the string up to the first ``,'' encountered.
** If the GECOS field contains a string like ``lastname, firstname'' then you
** should set it to ``\fC.*\fP''.
** .pp
** This can be useful if you see the following behavior: you address an e-mail
** to user ID ``stevef'' whose full name is ``Steve Franklin''. If mutt expands
** ``stevef'' to ``"Franklin" stevef@foo.bar'' then you should set the $$gecos_mask to
** a regular expression that will match the whole name so mutt will expand
** ``Franklin'' to ``Franklin, Steve''.
*/
{ "hdr_format", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "index_format", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "hdrs", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTHDRS, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIunset\fP, the header fields normally added by the ``$my_hdr''
** command are not created. This variable \fImust\fP be unset before
** composing a new message or replying in order to take effect. If \fIset\fP,
** the user defined header fields are added to every new message.
*/
{ "header", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTHEADER, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, this variable causes Mutt to include the header
** of the message you are replying to into the edit buffer.
** The $$weed setting applies.
*/
#ifdef USE_HCACHE
{ "header_cache", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &HeaderCache, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable points to the header cache database.
** If pointing to a directory Mutt will contain a header cache
** database file per folder, if pointing to a file that file will
** be a single global header cache. By default it is \fIunset\fP so no header
** caching will be used.
** .pp
** Header caching can greatly improve speed when opening POP, IMAP
** MH or Maildir folders, see ``$caching'' for details.
*/
#if defined(HAVE_QDBM) || defined(HAVE_TC)
{ "header_cache_compress", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTHCACHECOMPRESS, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When mutt is compiled with qdbm or tokyocabinet as header cache backend,
** this option determines whether the database will be compressed.
** Compression results in database files roughly being one fifth
** of the usual diskspace, but the decompression can result in a
** slower opening of cached folder(s) which in general is still
** much faster than opening non header cached folders.
*/
#endif /* HAVE_QDBM */
#if defined(HAVE_GDBM) || defined(HAVE_DB4)
{ "header_cache_pagesize", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &HeaderCachePageSize, UL "16384" },
/*
** .pp
** When mutt is compiled with either gdbm or bdb4 as the header cache backend,
** this option changes the database page size. Too large or too small
** values can waste space, memory, or CPU time. The default should be more
** or less optimal for most use cases.
*/
#endif /* HAVE_GDBM || HAVE_DB4 */
#endif /* USE_HCACHE */
{ "help", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTHELP, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, help lines describing the bindings for the major functions
** provided by each menu are displayed on the first line of the screen.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP The binding will not be displayed correctly if the
** function is bound to a sequence rather than a single keystroke. Also,
** the help line may not be updated if a binding is changed while Mutt is
** running. Since this variable is primarily aimed at new users, neither
** of these should present a major problem.
*/
{ "hidden_host", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTHIDDENHOST, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will skip the host name part of $$hostname variable
** when adding the domain part to addresses. This variable does not
** affect the generation of Message-IDs, and it will not lead to the
** cut-off of first-level domains.
*/
{ "hide_limited", DT_BOOL, R_TREE|R_INDEX, OPTHIDELIMITED, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will not show the presence of messages that are hidden
** by limiting, in the thread tree.
*/
{ "hide_missing", DT_BOOL, R_TREE|R_INDEX, OPTHIDEMISSING, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will not show the presence of missing messages in the
** thread tree.
*/
{ "hide_thread_subject", DT_BOOL, R_TREE|R_INDEX, OPTHIDETHREADSUBJECT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will not show the subject of messages in the thread
** tree that have the same subject as their parent or closest previously
** displayed sibling.
*/
{ "hide_top_limited", DT_BOOL, R_TREE|R_INDEX, OPTHIDETOPLIMITED, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will not show the presence of messages that are hidden
** by limiting, at the top of threads in the thread tree. Note that when
** $$hide_limited is \fIset\fP, this option will have no effect.
*/
{ "hide_top_missing", DT_BOOL, R_TREE|R_INDEX, OPTHIDETOPMISSING, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will not show the presence of missing messages at the
** top of threads in the thread tree. Note that when $$hide_missing is
** \fIset\fP, this option will have no effect.
*/
{ "history", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &HistSize, 10 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the size (in number of strings remembered) of
** the string history buffer per category. The buffer is cleared each time the
** variable is set.
*/
{ "history_file", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &HistFile, UL "~/.mutthistory" },
/*
** .pp
** The file in which Mutt will save its history.
*/
{ "honor_disposition", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTHONORDISP, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will not display attachments with a
** disposition of ``attachment'' inline even if it could
** render the part to plain text. These MIME parts can only
** be viewed from the attachment menu.
** .pp
** If \fIunset\fP, Mutt will render all MIME parts it can
** properly transform to plain text.
*/
{ "honor_followup_to", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_MFUPTO, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether or not a Mail-Followup-To header is
** honored when group-replying to a message.
*/
{ "hostname", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &Fqdn, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the fully-qualified hostname of the system mutt is running on
** containing the host's name and the DNS domain it belongs to. It is used
** as the domain part (after ``@'') for local email addresses as well as
** Message-Id headers.
** .pp
** Its value is determined at startup as follows: If the node's name
** as returned by the \fCuname(3)\fP function contains the hostname and the
** domain, these are used to construct $$hostname. If there is no
** domain part returned, Mutt will look for a ``domain'' or ``search''
** line in \fC/etc/resolv.conf\fP to determine the domain. Optionally, Mutt
** can be compiled with a fixed domain name in which case a detected
** one is not used.
** .pp
** Also see $$use_domain and $$hidden_host.
*/
{ "ignore_linear_white_space", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIGNORELWS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This option replaces linear-white-space between encoded-word
** and text to a single space to prevent the display of MIME-encoded
** ``Subject:'' field from being divided into multiple lines.
*/
{ "ignore_list_reply_to", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIGNORELISTREPLYTO, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Affects the behavior of the \fC<reply>\fP function when replying to
** messages from mailing lists (as defined by the ``$subscribe'' or
** ``$lists'' commands). When \fIset\fP, if the ``Reply-To:'' field is
** set to the same value as the ``To:'' field, Mutt assumes that the
** ``Reply-To:'' field was set by the mailing list to automate responses
** to the list, and will ignore this field. To direct a response to the
** mailing list when this option is \fIset\fP, use the \fC$<list-reply>\fP
** function; \fC<group-reply>\fP will reply to both the sender and the
** list.
*/
#ifdef USE_IMAP
{ "imap_authenticators", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ImapAuthenticators, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This is a colon-delimited list of authentication methods mutt may
** attempt to use to log in to an IMAP server, in the order mutt should
** try them. Authentication methods are either ``login'' or the right
** side of an IMAP ``AUTH=xxx'' capability string, e.g. ``digest-md5'', ``gssapi''
** or ``cram-md5''. This option is case-insensitive. If it's
** \fIunset\fP (the default) mutt will try all available methods,
** in order from most-secure to least-secure.
** .pp
** Example:
** .ts
** set imap_authenticators="gssapi:cram-md5:login"
** .te
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP Mutt will only fall back to other authentication methods if
** the previous methods are unavailable. If a method is available but
** authentication fails, mutt will not connect to the IMAP server.
*/
{ "imap_check_subscribed", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIMAPCHECKSUBSCRIBED, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will fetch the set of subscribed folders from
** your server on connection, and add them to the set of mailboxes
** it polls for new mail just as if you had issued individual ``$mailboxes''
** commands.
*/
{ "imap_delim_chars", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ImapDelimChars, UL "/." },
/*
** .pp
** This contains the list of characters which you would like to treat
** as folder separators for displaying IMAP paths. In particular it
** helps in using the ``='' shortcut for your \fIfolder\fP variable.
*/
{ "imap_headers", DT_STR, R_INDEX, UL &ImapHeaders, UL 0},
/*
** .pp
** Mutt requests these header fields in addition to the default headers
** (``Date:'', ``From:'', ``Subject:'', ``To:'', ``Cc:'', ``Message-Id:'',
** ``References:'', ``Content-Type:'', ``Content-Description:'', ``In-Reply-To:'',
** ``Reply-To:'', ``Lines:'', ``List-Post:'', ``X-Label:'') from IMAP
** servers before displaying the index menu. You may want to add more
** headers for spam detection.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP This is a space separated list, items should be uppercase
** and not contain the colon, e.g. ``X-BOGOSITY X-SPAM-STATUS'' for the
** ``X-Bogosity:'' and ``X-Spam-Status:'' header fields.
*/
{ "imap_idle", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIMAPIDLE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will attempt to use the IMAP IDLE extension
** to check for new mail in the current mailbox. Some servers
** (dovecot was the inspiration for this option) react badly
** to mutt's implementation. If your connection seems to freeze
** up periodically, try unsetting this.
*/
{ "imap_keepalive", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ImapKeepalive, 300 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies the maximum amount of time in seconds that mutt
** will wait before polling open IMAP connections, to prevent the server
** from closing them before mutt has finished with them. The default is
** well within the RFC-specified minimum amount of time (30 minutes) before
** a server is allowed to do this, but in practice the RFC does get
** violated every now and then. Reduce this number if you find yourself
** getting disconnected from your IMAP server due to inactivity.
*/
{ "imap_list_subscribed", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIMAPLSUB, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable configures whether IMAP folder browsing will look for
** only subscribed folders or all folders. This can be toggled in the
** IMAP browser with the \fC<toggle-subscribed>\fP function.
*/
{ "imap_login", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ImapLogin, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Your login name on the IMAP server.
** .pp
** This variable defaults to the value of $$imap_user.
*/
{ "imap_pass", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ImapPass, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the password for your IMAP account. If \fIunset\fP, Mutt will
** prompt you for your password when you invoke the \fC<imap-fetch-mail>\fP function
** or try to open an IMAP folder.
** .pp
** \fBWarning\fP: you should only use this option when you are on a
** fairly secure machine, because the superuser can read your muttrc even
** if you are the only one who can read the file.
*/
{ "imap_passive", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIMAPPASSIVE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will not open new IMAP connections to check for new
** mail. Mutt will only check for new mail over existing IMAP
** connections. This is useful if you don't want to be prompted to
** user/password pairs on mutt invocation, or if opening the connection
** is slow.
*/
{ "imap_peek", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIMAPPEEK, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will avoid implicitly marking your mail as read whenever
** you fetch a message from the server. This is generally a good thing,
** but can make closing an IMAP folder somewhat slower. This option
** exists to appease speed freaks.
*/
{ "imap_pipeline_depth", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ImapPipelineDepth, 15 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the number of IMAP commands that may be queued up before they
** are sent to the server. A deeper pipeline reduces the amount of time
** mutt must wait for the server, and can make IMAP servers feel much
** more responsive. But not all servers correctly handle pipelined commands,
** so if you have problems you might want to try setting this variable to 0.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP Changes to this variable have no effect on open connections.
*/
{ "imap_servernoise", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTIMAPSERVERNOISE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will display warning messages from the IMAP
** server as error messages. Since these messages are often
** harmless, or generated due to configuration problems on the
** server which are out of the users' hands, you may wish to suppress
** them at some point.
*/
{ "imap_user", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &ImapUser, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** The name of the user whose mail you intend to access on the IMAP
** server.
** .pp
** This variable defaults to your user name on the local machine.
*/
#endif
{ "implicit_autoview", DT_BOOL,R_NONE, OPTIMPLICITAUTOVIEW, 0},
/*
** .pp
** If set to ``yes'', mutt will look for a mailcap entry with the
** ``\fCcopiousoutput\fP'' flag set for \fIevery\fP MIME attachment it doesn't have
** an internal viewer defined for. If such an entry is found, mutt will
** use the viewer defined in that entry to convert the body part to text
** form.
*/
{ "include", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_INCLUDE, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not a copy of the message(s) you are replying to
** is included in your reply.
*/
{ "include_onlyfirst", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTINCLUDEONLYFIRST, 0},
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not Mutt includes only the first attachment
** of the message you are replying.
*/
{ "indent_string", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &Prefix, UL "> " },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the string to prepend to each line of text quoted in a
** message to which you are replying. You are strongly encouraged not to
** change this value, as it tends to agitate the more fanatical netizens.
** .pp
** The value of this option is ignored if $$text_flowed is set, too because
** the quoting mechanism is strictly defined for format=flowed.
** .pp
** This option is a format string, please see the description of
** $$index_format for supported \fCprintf(3)\fP-style sequences.
*/
{ "indent_str", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "indent_string", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "index_format", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &HdrFmt, UL "%4C %Z %{%b %d} %-15.15L (%?l?%4l&%4c?) %s" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable allows you to customize the message index display to
** your personal taste.
** .pp
** ``Format strings'' are similar to the strings used in the C
** function \fCprintf(3)\fP to format output (see the man page for more details).
** The following sequences are defined in Mutt:
** .dl
** .dt %a .dd address of the author
** .dt %A .dd reply-to address (if present; otherwise: address of author)
** .dt %b .dd filename of the original message folder (think mailbox)
** .dt %B .dd the list to which the letter was sent, or else the folder name (%b).
** .dt %c .dd number of characters (bytes) in the message
** .dt %C .dd current message number
** .dt %d .dd date and time of the message in the format specified by
** $$date_format converted to sender's time zone
** .dt %D .dd date and time of the message in the format specified by
** $$date_format converted to the local time zone
** .dt %e .dd current message number in thread
** .dt %E .dd number of messages in current thread
** .dt %f .dd sender (address + real name), either From: or Return-Path:
** .dt %F .dd author name, or recipient name if the message is from you
** .dt %H .dd spam attribute(s) of this message
** .dt %i .dd message-id of the current message
** .dt %l .dd number of lines in the message (does not work with maildir,
** mh, and possibly IMAP folders)
** .dt %L .dd If an address in the ``To:'' or ``Cc:'' header field matches an address
** defined by the users ``$subscribe'' command, this displays
** "To <list-name>", otherwise the same as %F.
** .dt %m .dd total number of message in the mailbox
** .dt %M .dd number of hidden messages if the thread is collapsed.
** .dt %N .dd message score
** .dt %n .dd author's real name (or address if missing)
** .dt %O .dd original save folder where mutt would formerly have
** stashed the message: list name or recipient name
** if not sent to a list
** .dt %P .dd progress indicator for the built-in pager (how much of the file has been displayed)
** .dt %s .dd subject of the message
** .dt %S .dd status of the message (``N''/``D''/``d''/``!''/``r''/\(as)
** .dt %t .dd ``To:'' field (recipients)
** .dt %T .dd the appropriate character from the $$to_chars string
** .dt %u .dd user (login) name of the author
** .dt %v .dd first name of the author, or the recipient if the message is from you
** .dt %X .dd number of attachments
** (please see the ``$attachments'' section for possible speed effects)
** .dt %y .dd ``X-Label:'' field, if present
** .dt %Y .dd ``X-Label:'' field, if present, and \fI(1)\fP not at part of a thread tree,
** \fI(2)\fP at the top of a thread, or \fI(3)\fP ``X-Label:'' is different from
** preceding message's ``X-Label:''.
** .dt %Z .dd message status flags
** .dt %{fmt} .dd the date and time of the message is converted to sender's
** time zone, and ``fmt'' is expanded by the library function
** \fCstrftime(3)\fP; a leading bang disables locales
** .dt %[fmt] .dd the date and time of the message is converted to the local
** time zone, and ``fmt'' is expanded by the library function
** \fCstrftime(3)\fP; a leading bang disables locales
** .dt %(fmt) .dd the local date and time when the message was received.
** ``fmt'' is expanded by the library function \fCstrftime(3)\fP;
** a leading bang disables locales
** .dt %<fmt> .dd the current local time. ``fmt'' is expanded by the library
** function \fCstrftime(3)\fP; a leading bang disables locales.
** .dt %>X .dd right justify the rest of the string and pad with character ``X''
** .dt %|X .dd pad to the end of the line with character ``X''
** .dt %*X .dd soft-fill with character ``X'' as pad
** .de
** .pp
** ``Soft-fill'' deserves some explanation: Normal right-justification
** will print everything to the left of the ``%>'', displaying padding and
** whatever lies to the right only if there's room. By contrast,
** soft-fill gives priority to the right-hand side, guaranteeing space
** to display it and showing padding only if there's still room. If
** necessary, soft-fill will eat text leftwards to make room for
** rightward text.
** .pp
** Note that these expandos are supported in
** ``$save-hook'', ``$fcc-hook'' and ``$fcc-save-hook'', too.
*/
{ "ispell", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Ispell, UL ISPELL },
/*
** .pp
** How to invoke ispell (GNU's spell-checking software).
*/
{ "keep_flagged", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTKEEPFLAGGED, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, read messages marked as flagged will not be moved
** from your spool mailbox to your $$mbox mailbox, or as a result of
** a ``$mbox-hook'' command.
*/
{ "locale", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &Locale, UL "C" },
/*
** .pp
** The locale used by \fCstrftime(3)\fP to format dates. Legal values are
** the strings your system accepts for the locale environment variable \fC$$$LC_TIME\fP.
*/
{ "mail_check", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &BuffyTimeout, 5 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable configures how often (in seconds) mutt should look for
** new mail. Also see the $$timeout variable.
*/
{ "mail_check_recent",DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMAILCHECKRECENT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will only notify you about new mail that has been received
** since the last time you opened the mailbox. When \fIunset\fP, Mutt will notify you
** if any new mail exists in the mailbox, regardless of whether you have visited it
** recently.
** .pp
** When \fI$$mark_old\fP is set, Mutt does not consider the mailbox to contain new
** mail if only old messages exist.
*/
{ "mailcap_path", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &MailcapPath, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies which files to consult when attempting to
** display MIME bodies not directly supported by Mutt.
*/
{ "mailcap_sanitize", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMAILCAPSANITIZE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will restrict possible characters in mailcap % expandos
** to a well-defined set of safe characters. This is the safe setting,
** but we are not sure it doesn't break some more advanced MIME stuff.
** .pp
** \fBDON'T CHANGE THIS SETTING UNLESS YOU ARE REALLY SURE WHAT YOU ARE
** DOING!\fP
*/
#ifdef USE_HCACHE
{ "maildir_header_cache_verify", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTHCACHEVERIFY, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Check for Maildir unaware programs other than mutt having modified maildir
** files when the header cache is in use. This incurs one \fCstat(2)\fP per
** message every time the folder is opened (which can be very slow for NFS
** folders).
*/
#endif
{ "maildir_trash", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMAILDIRTRASH, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, messages marked as deleted will be saved with the maildir
** trashed flag instead of unlinked. \fBNote:\fP this only applies
** to maildir-style mailboxes. Setting it will have no effect on other
** mailbox types.
*/
{ "mark_old", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTMARKOLD, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not mutt marks \fInew\fP \fBunread\fP
** messages as \fIold\fP if you exit a mailbox without reading them.
** With this option \fIset\fP, the next time you start mutt, the messages
** will show up with an ``O'' next to them in the index menu,
** indicating that they are old.
*/
{ "markers", DT_BOOL, R_PAGER, OPTMARKERS, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the display of wrapped lines in the internal pager. If set, a
** ``+'' marker is displayed at the beginning of wrapped lines.
** .pp
** Also see the $$smart_wrap variable.
*/
{ "mask", DT_RX, R_NONE, UL &Mask, UL "!^\\.[^.]" },
/*
** .pp
** A regular expression used in the file browser, optionally preceded by
** the \fInot\fP operator ``!''. Only files whose names match this mask
** will be shown. The match is always case-sensitive.
*/
{ "mbox", DT_PATH, R_BOTH, UL &Inbox, UL "~/mbox" },
/*
** .pp
** This specifies the folder into which read mail in your $$spoolfile
** folder will be appended.
** .pp
** Also see the $$move variable.
*/
{ "mbox_type", DT_MAGIC,R_NONE, UL &DefaultMagic, M_MBOX },
/*
** .pp
** The default mailbox type used when creating new folders. May be any of
** ``mbox'', ``MMDF'', ``MH'' and ``Maildir''. This is overridden by the
** \fC-m\fP command-line option.
*/
{ "menu_context", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &MenuContext, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the number of lines of context that are given
** when scrolling through menus. (Similar to $$pager_context.)
*/
{ "menu_move_off", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMENUMOVEOFF, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIunset\fP, the bottom entry of menus will never scroll up past
** the bottom of the screen, unless there are less entries than lines.
** When \fIset\fP, the bottom entry may move off the bottom.
*/
{ "menu_scroll", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMENUSCROLL, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, menus will be scrolled up or down one line when you
** attempt to move across a screen boundary. If \fIunset\fP, the screen
** is cleared and the next or previous page of the menu is displayed
** (useful for slow links to avoid many redraws).
*/
#if defined(USE_IMAP) || defined(USE_POP)
{ "message_cache_clean", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMESSAGECACHECLEAN, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will clean out obsolete entries from the message cache when
** the mailbox is synchronized. You probably only want to set it
** every once in a while, since it can be a little slow
** (especially for large folders).
*/
{ "message_cachedir", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &MessageCachedir, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Set this to a directory and mutt will cache copies of messages from
** your IMAP and POP servers here. You are free to remove entries at any
** time.
** .pp
** When setting this variable to a directory, mutt needs to fetch every
** remote message only once and can perform regular expression searches
** as fast as for local folders.
** .pp
** Also see the $$message_cache_clean variable.
*/
#endif
{ "message_format", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &MsgFmt, UL "%s" },
/*
** .pp
** This is the string displayed in the ``attachment'' menu for
** attachments of type \fCmessage/rfc822\fP. For a full listing of defined
** \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences see the section on $$index_format.
*/
{ "msg_format", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "message_format", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "meta_key", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMETAKEY, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, forces Mutt to interpret keystrokes with the high bit (bit 8)
** set as if the user had pressed the Esc key and whatever key remains
** after having the high bit removed. For example, if the key pressed
** has an ASCII value of \fC0xf8\fP, then this is treated as if the user had
** pressed Esc then ``x''. This is because the result of removing the
** high bit from \fC0xf8\fP is \fC0x78\fP, which is the ASCII character
** ``x''.
*/
{ "metoo", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMETOO, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIunset\fP, Mutt will remove your address (see the ``$alternates''
** command) from the list of recipients when replying to a message.
*/
{ "mh_purge", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMHPURGE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIunset\fP, mutt will mimic mh's behavior and rename deleted messages
** to \fI,<old file name>\fP in mh folders instead of really deleting
** them. This leaves the message on disk but makes programs reading the folder
** ignore it. If the variable is \fIset\fP, the message files will simply be
** deleted.
** .pp
** This option is similar to $$maildir_trash for Maildir folders.
*/
{ "mh_seq_flagged", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &MhFlagged, UL "flagged" },
/*
** .pp
** The name of the MH sequence used for flagged messages.
*/
{ "mh_seq_replied", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &MhReplied, UL "replied" },
/*
** .pp
** The name of the MH sequence used to tag replied messages.
*/
{ "mh_seq_unseen", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &MhUnseen, UL "unseen" },
/*
** .pp
** The name of the MH sequence used for unseen messages.
*/
{ "mime_forward", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_MIMEFWD, M_NO },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, the message you are forwarding will be attached as a
** separate \fCmessage/rfc822\fP MIME part instead of included in the main body of the
** message. This is useful for forwarding MIME messages so the receiver
** can properly view the message as it was delivered to you. If you like
** to switch between MIME and not MIME from mail to mail, set this
** variable to ``ask-no'' or ``ask-yes''.
** .pp
** Also see $$forward_decode and $$mime_forward_decode.
*/
{ "mime_forward_decode", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTMIMEFORWDECODE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the decoding of complex MIME messages into \fCtext/plain\fP when
** forwarding a message while $$mime_forward is \fIset\fP. Otherwise
** $$forward_decode is used instead.
*/
{ "mime_fwd", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "mime_forward", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "mime_forward_rest", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_MIMEFWDREST, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** When forwarding multiple attachments of a MIME message from the attachment
** menu, attachments which cannot be decoded in a reasonable manner will
** be attached to the newly composed message if this option is \fIset\fP.
*/
#ifdef MIXMASTER
{ "mix_entry_format", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &MixEntryFormat, UL "%4n %c %-16s %a" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable describes the format of a remailer line on the mixmaster
** chain selection screen. The following \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences are
** supported:
** .dl
** .dt %n .dd The running number on the menu.
** .dt %c .dd Remailer capabilities.
** .dt %s .dd The remailer's short name.
** .dt %a .dd The remailer's e-mail address.
** .de
*/
{ "mixmaster", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Mixmaster, UL MIXMASTER },
/*
** .pp
** This variable contains the path to the Mixmaster binary on your
** system. It is used with various sets of parameters to gather the
** list of known remailers, and to finally send a message through the
** mixmaster chain.
*/
#endif
{ "move", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_MOVE, M_NO },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not Mutt will move read messages
** from your spool mailbox to your $$mbox mailbox, or as a result of
** a ``$mbox-hook'' command.
*/
{ "narrow_tree", DT_BOOL, R_TREE|R_INDEX, OPTNARROWTREE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable, when \fIset\fP, makes the thread tree narrower, allowing
** deeper threads to fit on the screen.
*/
#ifdef USE_SOCKET
{ "net_inc", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &NetInc, 10 },
/*
** .pp
** Operations that expect to transfer a large amount of data over the
** network will update their progress every $$net_inc kilobytes.
** If set to 0, no progress messages will be displayed.
** .pp
** See also $$read_inc, $$write_inc and $$net_inc.
*/
#endif
#ifdef USE_NOTMUCH
{ "nm_open_timeout", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &NotmuchOpenTimeout, 5 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies the timeout for database open in seconds.
*/
{ "nm_default_uri", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &NotmuchDefaultUri, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies the default Notmuch database in format
** notmuch://<absolute path>.
*/
{ "nm_hidden_tags", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &NotmuchHiddenTags, UL "unread,draft,flagged,passed,replied,attachment" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies private notmuch tags which should not be printed
** on screen.
*/
{ "nm_unread_tag", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &NotmuchUnreadTag, UL "unread" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies notmuch tag which is used for unread messages. The
** variable is used to count unread messages in DB only. All other mutt commands
** use standard (e.g. maildir) flags.
*/
#endif
{ "pager", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Pager, UL "builtin" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies which pager you would like to use to view
** messages. The value ``builtin'' means to use the built-in pager, otherwise this
** variable should specify the pathname of the external pager you would
** like to use.
** .pp
** Using an external pager may have some disadvantages: Additional
** keystrokes are necessary because you can't call mutt functions
** directly from the pager, and screen resizes cause lines longer than
** the screen width to be badly formatted in the help menu.
*/
{ "pager_context", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &PagerContext, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the number of lines of context that are given
** when displaying the next or previous page in the internal pager. By
** default, Mutt will display the line after the last one on the screen
** at the top of the next page (0 lines of context).
** .pp
** This variable also specifies the amount of context given for search
** results. If positive, this many lines will be given before a match,
** if 0, the match will be top-aligned.
*/
{ "pager_format", DT_STR, R_PAGER, UL &PagerFmt, UL "-%Z- %C/%m: %-20.20n %s%* -- (%P)" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the format of the one-line message ``status''
** displayed before each message in either the internal or an external
** pager. The valid sequences are listed in the $$index_format
** section.
*/
{ "pager_index_lines",DT_NUM, R_PAGER, UL &PagerIndexLines, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Determines the number of lines of a mini-index which is shown when in
** the pager. The current message, unless near the top or bottom of the
** folder, will be roughly one third of the way down this mini-index,
** giving the reader the context of a few messages before and after the
** message. This is useful, for example, to determine how many messages
** remain to be read in the current thread. One of the lines is reserved
** for the status bar from the index, so a setting of 6
** will only show 5 lines of the actual index. A value of 0 results in
** no index being shown. If the number of messages in the current folder
** is less than $$pager_index_lines, then the index will only use as
** many lines as it needs.
*/
{ "pager_stop", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPAGERSTOP, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, the internal-pager will \fBnot\fP move to the next message
** when you are at the end of a message and invoke the \fC<next-page>\fP
** function.
*/
{ "pgp_auto_decode", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPAUTODEC, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will automatically attempt to decrypt traditional PGP
** messages whenever the user performs an operation which ordinarily would
** result in the contents of the message being operated on. For example,
** if the user displays a pgp-traditional message which has not been manually
** checked with the \fC$<check-traditional-pgp>\fP function, mutt will automatically
** check the message for traditional pgp.
*/
{ "pgp_create_traditional", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "pgp_autoinline", 0 },
{ "pgp_autoinline", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPAUTOINLINE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This option controls whether Mutt generates old-style inline
** (traditional) PGP encrypted or signed messages under certain
** circumstances. This can be overridden by use of the pgp menu,
** when inline is not required.
** .pp
** Note that Mutt might automatically use PGP/MIME for messages
** which consist of more than a single MIME part. Mutt can be
** configured to ask before sending PGP/MIME messages when inline
** (traditional) would not work.
** .pp
** Also see the $$pgp_mime_auto variable.
** .pp
** Also note that using the old-style PGP message format is \fBstrongly\fP
** \fBdeprecated\fP.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_check_exit", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPCHECKEXIT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will check the exit code of the PGP subprocess when
** signing or encrypting. A non-zero exit code means that the
** subprocess failed.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_clearsign_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpClearSignCommand, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This format is used to create an old-style ``clearsigned'' PGP
** message. Note that the use of this format is \fBstrongly\fP
** \fBdeprecated\fP.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_decode_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpDecodeCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This format strings specifies a command which is used to decode
** application/pgp attachments.
** .pp
** The PGP command formats have their own set of \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences:
** .dl
** .dt %p .dd Expands to PGPPASSFD=0 when a pass phrase is needed, to an empty
** string otherwise. Note: This may be used with a %? construct.
** .dt %f .dd Expands to the name of a file containing a message.
** .dt %s .dd Expands to the name of a file containing the signature part
** . of a \fCmultipart/signed\fP attachment when verifying it.
** .dt %a .dd The value of $$pgp_sign_as.
** .dt %r .dd One or more key IDs.
** .de
** .pp
** For examples on how to configure these formats for the various versions
** of PGP which are floating around, see the pgp and gpg sample configuration files in
** the \fCsamples/\fP subdirectory which has been installed on your system
** alongside the documentation.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_decrypt_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpDecryptCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to decrypt a PGP encrypted message.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_encrypt_only_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpEncryptOnlyCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to encrypt a body part without signing it.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_encrypt_sign_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpEncryptSignCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to both sign and encrypt a body part.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_entry_format", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpEntryFormat, UL "%4n %t%f %4l/0x%k %-4a %2c %u" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable allows you to customize the PGP key selection menu to
** your personal taste. This string is similar to $$index_format, but
** has its own set of \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences:
** .dl
** .dt %n .dd number
** .dt %k .dd key id
** .dt %u .dd user id
** .dt %a .dd algorithm
** .dt %l .dd key length
** .dt %f .dd flags
** .dt %c .dd capabilities
** .dt %t .dd trust/validity of the key-uid association
** .dt %[<s>] .dd date of the key where <s> is an \fCstrftime(3)\fP expression
** .de
** .pp
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_export_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpExportCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to export a public key from the user's
** key ring.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_getkeys_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpGetkeysCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is invoked whenever mutt will need public key information.
** Of the sequences supported by $$pgp_decode_command, %r is the only
** \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequence used with this format.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_good_sign", DT_RX, R_NONE, UL &PgpGoodSign, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If you assign a text to this variable, then a PGP signature is only
** considered verified if the output from $$pgp_verify_command contains
** the text. Use this variable if the exit code from the command is 0
** even for bad signatures.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_ignore_subkeys", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPIGNORESUB, 1},
/*
** .pp
** Setting this variable will cause Mutt to ignore OpenPGP subkeys. Instead,
** the principal key will inherit the subkeys' capabilities. \fIUnset\fP this
** if you want to play interesting key selection games.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_import_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpImportCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to import a key from a message into
** the user's public key ring.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_list_pubring_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpListPubringCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to list the public key ring's contents. The
** output format must be analogous to the one used by
** .ts
** gpg --list-keys --with-colons.
** .te
** .pp
** This format is also generated by the \fCpgpring\fP utility which comes
** with mutt.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_list_secring_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpListSecringCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to list the secret key ring's contents. The
** output format must be analogous to the one used by:
** .ts
** gpg --list-keys --with-colons.
** .te
** .pp
** This format is also generated by the \fCpgpring\fP utility which comes
** with mutt.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_long_ids", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPLONGIDS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, use 64 bit PGP key IDs, if \fIunset\fP use the normal 32 bit key IDs.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_mime_auto", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_PGPMIMEAUTO, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** This option controls whether Mutt will prompt you for
** automatically sending a (signed/encrypted) message using
** PGP/MIME when inline (traditional) fails (for any reason).
** .pp
** Also note that using the old-style PGP message format is \fBstrongly\fP
** \fBdeprecated\fP.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_auto_traditional", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "pgp_replyinline", 0 },
{ "pgp_replyinline", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPREPLYINLINE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Setting this variable will cause Mutt to always attempt to
** create an inline (traditional) message when replying to a
** message which is PGP encrypted/signed inline. This can be
** overridden by use of the pgp menu, when inline is not
** required. This option does not automatically detect if the
** (replied-to) message is inline; instead it relies on Mutt
** internals for previously checked/flagged messages.
** .pp
** Note that Mutt might automatically use PGP/MIME for messages
** which consist of more than a single MIME part. Mutt can be
** configured to ask before sending PGP/MIME messages when inline
** (traditional) would not work.
** .pp
** Also see the $$pgp_mime_auto variable.
** .pp
** Also note that using the old-style PGP message format is \fBstrongly\fP
** \fBdeprecated\fP.
** (PGP only)
**
*/
{ "pgp_retainable_sigs", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPRETAINABLESIG, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, signed and encrypted messages will consist of nested
** \fCmultipart/signed\fP and \fCmultipart/encrypted\fP body parts.
** .pp
** This is useful for applications like encrypted and signed mailing
** lists, where the outer layer (\fCmultipart/encrypted\fP) can be easily
** removed, while the inner \fCmultipart/signed\fP part is retained.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_show_unusable", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPSHOWUNUSABLE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will display non-usable keys on the PGP key selection
** menu. This includes keys which have been revoked, have expired, or
** have been marked as ``disabled'' by the user.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_sign_as", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpSignAs, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If you have more than one key pair, this option allows you to specify
** which of your private keys to use. It is recommended that you use the
** keyid form to specify your key (e.g. \fC0x00112233\fP).
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_sign_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpSignCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to create the detached PGP signature for a
** \fCmultipart/signed\fP PGP/MIME body part.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_sort_keys", DT_SORT|DT_SORT_KEYS, R_NONE, UL &PgpSortKeys, SORT_ADDRESS },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies how the entries in the pgp menu are sorted. The
** following are legal values:
** .dl
** .dt address .dd sort alphabetically by user id
** .dt keyid .dd sort alphabetically by key id
** .dt date .dd sort by key creation date
** .dt trust .dd sort by the trust of the key
** .de
** .pp
** If you prefer reverse order of the above values, prefix it with
** ``reverse-''.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_strict_enc", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPGPSTRICTENC, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, Mutt will automatically encode PGP/MIME signed messages as
** quoted-printable. Please note that unsetting this variable may
** lead to problems with non-verifyable PGP signatures, so only change
** this if you know what you are doing.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_timeout", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &PgpTimeout, 300 },
/*
** .pp
** The number of seconds after which a cached passphrase will expire if
** not used.
** (PGP only)
*/
{"sidebar_delim", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &SidebarDelim, "|"},
/*
** .pp
** This specifies the delimiter between the sidebar (if visible) and
** other screens.
*/
{ "sidebar_visible", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTSIDEBAR, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This specifies whether or not to show sidebar (left-side list of folders).
*/
{ "sidebar_width", DT_NUM, R_BOTH, UL &SidebarWidth, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Do not refresh sidebar in less than $sidebar_refresh seconds,
** (0 disables refreshing).
*/
{ "sidebar_refresh", DT_NUM, R_BOTH, UL &SidebarRefresh, 60 },
/*
** .pp
** The width of the sidebar.
*/
{ "pgp_use_gpg_agent", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTUSEGPGAGENT, 0},
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will use a possibly-running \fCgpg-agent(1)\fP process.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_verify_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpVerifyCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to verify PGP signatures.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pgp_verify_key_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PgpVerifyKeyCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to verify key information from the key selection
** menu.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$pgp_decode_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (PGP only)
*/
{ "pipe_decode", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPIPEDECODE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Used in connection with the \fC<pipe-message>\fP command. When \fIunset\fP,
** Mutt will pipe the messages without any preprocessing. When \fIset\fP, Mutt
** will weed headers and will attempt to decode the messages
** first.
*/
{ "pipe_sep", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PipeSep, UL "\n" },
/*
** .pp
** The separator to add between messages when piping a list of tagged
** messages to an external Unix command.
*/
{ "pipe_split", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPIPESPLIT, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Used in connection with the \fC<pipe-message>\fP function following
** \fC<tag-prefix>\fP. If this variable is \fIunset\fP, when piping a list of
** tagged messages Mutt will concatenate the messages and will pipe them
** all concatenated. When \fIset\fP, Mutt will pipe the messages one by one.
** In both cases the messages are piped in the current sorted order,
** and the $$pipe_sep separator is added after each message.
*/
#ifdef USE_POP
{ "pop_auth_try_all", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPOPAUTHTRYALL, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, Mutt will try all available authentication methods.
** When \fIunset\fP, Mutt will only fall back to other authentication
** methods if the previous methods are unavailable. If a method is
** available but authentication fails, Mutt will not connect to the POP server.
*/
{ "pop_authenticators", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PopAuthenticators, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This is a colon-delimited list of authentication methods mutt may
** attempt to use to log in to an POP server, in the order mutt should
** try them. Authentication methods are either ``user'', ``apop'' or any
** SASL mechanism, e.g. ``digest-md5'', ``gssapi'' or ``cram-md5''.
** This option is case-insensitive. If this option is \fIunset\fP
** (the default) mutt will try all available methods, in order from
** most-secure to least-secure.
** .pp
** Example:
** .ts
** set pop_authenticators="digest-md5:apop:user"
** .te
*/
{ "pop_checkinterval", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &PopCheckTimeout, 60 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable configures how often (in seconds) mutt should look for
** new mail in the currently selected mailbox if it is a POP mailbox.
*/
{ "pop_delete", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_POPDELETE, M_ASKNO },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, Mutt will delete successfully downloaded messages from the POP
** server when using the \fC$<fetch-mail>\fP function. When \fIunset\fP, Mutt will
** download messages but also leave them on the POP server.
*/
{ "pop_host", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PopHost, UL "" },
/*
** .pp
** The name of your POP server for the \fC$<fetch-mail>\fP function. You
** can also specify an alternative port, username and password, i.e.:
** .ts
** [pop[s]://][username[:password]@]popserver[:port]
** .te
** .pp
** where ``[...]'' denotes an optional part.
*/
{ "pop_last", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPOPLAST, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If this variable is \fIset\fP, mutt will try to use the ``\fCLAST\fP'' POP command
** for retrieving only unread messages from the POP server when using
** the \fC$<fetch-mail>\fP function.
*/
{ "pop_pass", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PopPass, UL "" },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the password for your POP account. If \fIunset\fP, Mutt will
** prompt you for your password when you open a POP mailbox.
** .pp
** \fBWarning\fP: you should only use this option when you are on a
** fairly secure machine, because the superuser can read your muttrc
** even if you are the only one who can read the file.
*/
{ "pop_reconnect", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_POPRECONNECT, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not Mutt will try to reconnect to the POP server if
** the connection is lost.
*/
{ "pop_user", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PopUser, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Your login name on the POP server.
** .pp
** This variable defaults to your user name on the local machine.
*/
#endif /* USE_POP */
{ "post_indent_string",DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &PostIndentString, UL "" },
/*
** .pp
** Similar to the $$attribution variable, Mutt will append this
** string after the inclusion of a message which is being replied to.
*/
{ "post_indent_str", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "post_indent_string", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "postpone", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_POSTPONE, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not messages are saved in the $$postponed
** mailbox when you elect not to send immediately.
** .pp
** Also see the $$recall variable.
*/
{ "postponed", DT_PATH, R_INDEX, UL &Postponed, UL "~/postponed" },
/*
** .pp
** Mutt allows you to indefinitely ``$postpone sending a message'' which
** you are editing. When you choose to postpone a message, Mutt saves it
** in the mailbox specified by this variable.
** .pp
** Also see the $$postpone variable.
*/
#ifdef USE_SOCKET
{ "preconnect", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &Preconnect, UL 0},
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, a shell command to be executed if mutt fails to establish
** a connection to the server. This is useful for setting up secure
** connections, e.g. with \fCssh(1)\fP. If the command returns a nonzero
** status, mutt gives up opening the server. Example:
** .ts
** set preconnect="ssh -f -q -L 1234:mailhost.net:143 mailhost.net \(rs
** sleep 20 < /dev/null > /dev/null"
** .te
** .pp
** Mailbox ``foo'' on ``mailhost.net'' can now be reached
** as ``{localhost:1234}foo''.
** .pp
** Note: For this example to work, you must be able to log in to the
** remote machine without having to enter a password.
*/
#endif /* USE_SOCKET */
{ "print", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_PRINT, M_ASKNO },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not Mutt really prints messages.
** This is set to ``ask-no'' by default, because some people
** accidentally hit ``p'' often.
*/
{ "print_command", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &PrintCmd, UL "lpr" },
/*
** .pp
** This specifies the command pipe that should be used to print messages.
*/
{ "print_cmd", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "print_command", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "print_decode", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPRINTDECODE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Used in connection with the \fC<print-message>\fP command. If this
** option is \fIset\fP, the message is decoded before it is passed to the
** external command specified by $$print_command. If this option
** is \fIunset\fP, no processing will be applied to the message when
** printing it. The latter setting may be useful if you are using
** some advanced printer filter which is able to properly format
** e-mail messages for printing.
*/
{ "print_split", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPRINTSPLIT, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Used in connection with the \fC<print-message>\fP command. If this option
** is \fIset\fP, the command specified by $$print_command is executed once for
** each message which is to be printed. If this option is \fIunset\fP,
** the command specified by $$print_command is executed only once, and
** all the messages are concatenated, with a form feed as the message
** separator.
** .pp
** Those who use the \fCenscript\fP(1) program's mail-printing mode will
** most likely want to \fIset\fP this option.
*/
{ "prompt_after", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTPROMPTAFTER, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If you use an \fIexternal\fP $$pager, setting this variable will
** cause Mutt to prompt you for a command when the pager exits rather
** than returning to the index menu. If \fIunset\fP, Mutt will return to the
** index menu when the external pager exits.
*/
{ "query_command", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &QueryCmd, UL "" },
/*
** .pp
** This specifies the command Mutt will use to make external address
** queries. The string may contain a ``%s'', which will be substituted
** with the query string the user types. Mutt will add quotes around the
** string substituted for ``%s'' automatically according to shell quoting
** rules, so you should avoid adding your own. If no ``%s'' is found in
** the string, Mutt will append the user's query to the end of the string.
** See ``$query'' for more information.
*/
{ "query_format", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &QueryFormat, UL "%4c %t %-25.25a %-25.25n %?e?(%e)?" },
/*
** .pp
** This variable describes the format of the ``query'' menu. The
** following \fCprintf(3)\fP-style sequences are understood:
** .dl
** .dt %a .dd destination address
** .dt %c .dd current entry number
** .dt %e .dd extra information *
** .dt %n .dd destination name
** .dt %t .dd ``*'' if current entry is tagged, a space otherwise
** .dt %>X .dd right justify the rest of the string and pad with ``X''
** .dt %|X .dd pad to the end of the line with ``X''
** .dt %*X .dd soft-fill with character ``X'' as pad
** .de
** .pp
** For an explanation of ``soft-fill'', see the $$index_format documentation.
** .pp
** * = can be optionally printed if nonzero, see the $$status_format documentation.
*/
{ "quit", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_QUIT, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether ``quit'' and ``exit'' actually quit
** from mutt. If this option is \fIset\fP, they do quit, if it is \fIunset\fP, they
** have no effect, and if it is set to \fIask-yes\fP or \fIask-no\fP, you are
** prompted for confirmation when you try to quit.
*/
{ "quote_regexp", DT_RX, R_PAGER, UL &QuoteRegexp, UL "^([ \t]*[|>:}#])+" },
/*
** .pp
** A regular expression used in the internal pager to determine quoted
** sections of text in the body of a message. Quoted text may be filtered
** out using the \fC<toggle-quoted>\fP command, or colored according to the
** ``color quoted'' family of directives.
** .pp
** Higher levels of quoting may be colored differently (``color quoted1'',
** ``color quoted2'', etc.). The quoting level is determined by removing
** the last character from the matched text and recursively reapplying
** the regular expression until it fails to produce a match.
** .pp
** Match detection may be overridden by the $$smileys regular expression.
*/
{ "read_inc", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ReadInc, 10 },
/*
** .pp
** If set to a value greater than 0, Mutt will display which message it
** is currently on when reading a mailbox or when performing search actions
** such as search and limit. The message is printed after
** this many messages have been read or searched (e.g., if set to 25, Mutt will
** print a message when it is at message 25, and then again when it gets
** to message 50). This variable is meant to indicate progress when
** reading or searching large mailboxes which may take some time.
** When set to 0, only a single message will appear before the reading
** the mailbox.
** .pp
** Also see the $$write_inc, $$net_inc and $$time_inc variables and the
** ``$tuning'' section of the manual for performance considerations.
*/
{ "read_only", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTREADONLY, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, all folders are opened in read-only mode.
*/
{ "realname", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &Realname, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies what ``real'' or ``personal'' name should be used
** when sending messages.
** .pp
** By default, this is the GECOS field from \fC/etc/passwd\fP. Note that this
** variable will \fInot\fP be used when the user has set a real name
** in the $$from variable.
*/
{ "recall", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_RECALL, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether or not Mutt recalls postponed messages
** when composing a new message.
** .pp
** \fISetting\fP this variable to is not generally useful, and thus not
** recommended.
** .pp
** Also see $$postponed variable.
*/
{ "record", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Outbox, UL "~/sent" },
/*
** .pp
** This specifies the file into which your outgoing messages should be
** appended. (This is meant as the primary method for saving a copy of
** your messages, but another way to do this is using the ``$my_hdr''
** command to create a ``Bcc:'' field with your email address in it.)
** .pp
** The value of \fI$$record\fP is overridden by the $$force_name and
** $$save_name variables, and the ``$fcc-hook'' command.
*/
{ "reflow_text", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTREFLOWTEXT, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will reformat paragraphs in text/plain
** parts marked format=flowed. If \fIunset\fP, Mutt will display paragraphs
** unaltered from how they appear in the message body. See RFC3676 for
** details on the \fIformat=flowed\fP format.
** .pp
** Also see $$reflow_wrap, and $$wrap.
*/
{ "reflow_wrap", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ReflowWrap, 78 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the maximum paragraph width when reformatting text/plain
** parts when $$reflow_text is \fIset\fP. When the value is 0, paragraphs will
** be wrapped at the terminal's right margin. A positive value sets the
** paragraph width relative to the left margin. A negative value set the
** paragraph width relative to the right margin.
** .pp
** Also see $$wrap.
*/
{ "reply_regexp", DT_RX, R_INDEX|R_RESORT, UL &ReplyRegexp, UL "^(re([\\[0-9\\]+])*|aw):[ \t]*" },
/*
** .pp
** A regular expression used to recognize reply messages when threading
** and replying. The default value corresponds to the English "Re:" and
** the German "Aw:".
*/
{ "reply_self", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTREPLYSELF, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIunset\fP and you are replying to a message sent by you, Mutt will
** assume that you want to reply to the recipients of that message rather
** than to yourself.
** .pp
** Also see the ``$alternates'' command.
*/
{ "reply_to", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_REPLYTO, M_ASKYES },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, when replying to a message, Mutt will use the address listed
** in the Reply-to: header as the recipient of the reply. If \fIunset\fP,
** it will use the address in the From: header field instead. This
** option is useful for reading a mailing list that sets the Reply-To:
** header field to the list address and you want to send a private
** message to the author of a message.
*/
{ "resolve", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTRESOLVE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, the cursor will be automatically advanced to the next
** (possibly undeleted) message whenever a command that modifies the
** current message is executed.
*/
{ "reverse_alias", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTREVALIAS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls whether or not Mutt will display the ``personal''
** name from your aliases in the index menu if it finds an alias that
** matches the message's sender. For example, if you have the following
** alias:
** .ts
** alias juser abd30425@somewhere.net (Joe User)
** .te
** .pp
** and then you receive mail which contains the following header:
** .ts
** From: abd30425@somewhere.net
** .te
** .pp
** It would be displayed in the index menu as ``Joe User'' instead of
** ``abd30425@somewhere.net.'' This is useful when the person's e-mail
** address is not human friendly.
*/
{ "reverse_name", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTREVNAME, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** It may sometimes arrive that you receive mail to a certain machine,
** move the messages to another machine, and reply to some the messages
** from there. If this variable is \fIset\fP, the default \fIFrom:\fP line of
** the reply messages is built using the address where you received the
** messages you are replying to \fBif\fP that address matches your
** ``$alternates''. If the variable is \fIunset\fP, or the address that would be
** used doesn't match your ``$alternates'', the \fIFrom:\fP line will use
** your address on the current machine.
** .pp
** Also see the ``$alternates'' command.
*/
{ "reverse_realname", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTREVREAL, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable fine-tunes the behavior of the $$reverse_name feature.
** When it is \fIset\fP, mutt will use the address from incoming messages as-is,
** possibly including eventual real names. When it is \fIunset\fP, mutt will
** override any such real names with the setting of the $$realname variable.
*/
{ "rfc2047_parameters", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTRFC2047PARAMS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP, Mutt will decode RFC2047-encoded MIME
** parameters. You want to set this variable when mutt suggests you
** to save attachments to files named like:
** .ts
** =?iso-8859-1?Q?file=5F=E4=5F991116=2Ezip?=
** .te
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIset\fP interactively, the change won't be
** active until you change folders.
** .pp
** Note that this use of RFC2047's encoding is explicitly
** prohibited by the standard, but nevertheless encountered in the
** wild.
** .pp
** Also note that setting this parameter will \fInot\fP have the effect
** that mutt \fIgenerates\fP this kind of encoding. Instead, mutt will
** unconditionally use the encoding specified in RFC2231.
*/
{ "save_address", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSAVEADDRESS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, mutt will take the sender's full address when choosing a
** default folder for saving a mail. If $$save_name or $$force_name
** is \fIset\fP too, the selection of the Fcc folder will be changed as well.
*/
{ "save_empty", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSAVEEMPTY, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIunset\fP, mailboxes which contain no saved messages will be removed
** when closed (the exception is $$spoolfile which is never removed).
** If \fIset\fP, mailboxes are never removed.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP This only applies to mbox and MMDF folders, Mutt does not
** delete MH and Maildir directories.
*/
{ "save_history", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &SaveHist, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls the size of the history (per category) saved in the
** $$history_file file.
*/
{ "save_name", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSAVENAME, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls how copies of outgoing messages are saved.
** When \fIset\fP, a check is made to see if a mailbox specified by the
** recipient address exists (this is done by searching for a mailbox in
** the $$folder directory with the \fIusername\fP part of the
** recipient address). If the mailbox exists, the outgoing message will
** be saved to that mailbox, otherwise the message is saved to the
** $$record mailbox.
** .pp
** Also see the $$force_name variable.
*/
{ "score", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSCORE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When this variable is \fIunset\fP, scoring is turned off. This can
** be useful to selectively disable scoring for certain folders when the
** $$score_threshold_delete variable and related are used.
**
*/
{ "score_threshold_delete", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ScoreThresholdDelete, UL -1 },
/*
** .pp
** Messages which have been assigned a score equal to or lower than the value
** of this variable are automatically marked for deletion by mutt. Since
** mutt scores are always greater than or equal to zero, the default setting
** of this variable will never mark a message for deletion.
*/
{ "score_threshold_flag", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ScoreThresholdFlag, 9999 },
/*
** .pp
** Messages which have been assigned a score greater than or equal to this
** variable's value are automatically marked "flagged".
*/
{ "score_threshold_read", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &ScoreThresholdRead, UL -1 },
/*
** .pp
** Messages which have been assigned a score equal to or lower than the value
** of this variable are automatically marked as read by mutt. Since
** mutt scores are always greater than or equal to zero, the default setting
** of this variable will never mark a message read.
*/
{ "search_context", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &SearchContext, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** For the pager, this variable specifies the number of lines shown
** before search results. By default, search results will be top-aligned.
*/
{ "send_charset", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SendCharset, UL "us-ascii:iso-8859-1:utf-8" },
/*
** .pp
** A colon-delimited list of character sets for outgoing messages. Mutt will use the
** first character set into which the text can be converted exactly.
** If your $$charset is not ``iso-8859-1'' and recipients may not
** understand ``UTF-8'', it is advisable to include in the list an
** appropriate widely used standard character set (such as
** ``iso-8859-2'', ``koi8-r'' or ``iso-2022-jp'') either instead of or after
** ``iso-8859-1''.
** .pp
** In case the text cannot be converted into one of these exactly,
** mutt uses $$charset as a fallback.
*/
{ "sendmail", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Sendmail, UL SENDMAIL " -oem -oi" },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the program and arguments used to deliver mail sent by Mutt.
** Mutt expects that the specified program interprets additional
** arguments as recipient addresses.
*/
{ "sendmail_wait", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &SendmailWait, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the number of seconds to wait for the $$sendmail process
** to finish before giving up and putting delivery in the background.
** .pp
** Mutt interprets the value of this variable as follows:
** .dl
** .dt >0 .dd number of seconds to wait for sendmail to finish before continuing
** .dt 0 .dd wait forever for sendmail to finish
** .dt <0 .dd always put sendmail in the background without waiting
** .de
** .pp
** Note that if you specify a value other than 0, the output of the child
** process will be put in a temporary file. If there is some error, you
** will be informed as to where to find the output.
*/
{ "shell", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Shell, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Command to use when spawning a subshell. By default, the user's login
** shell from \fC/etc/passwd\fP is used.
*/
{ "sig_dashes", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSIGDASHES, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, a line containing ``-- '' (note the trailing space) will be inserted before your
** $$signature. It is \fBstrongly\fP recommended that you not \fIunset\fP
** this variable unless your signature contains just your name. The
** reason for this is because many software packages use ``-- \n'' to
** detect your signature. For example, Mutt has the ability to highlight
** the signature in a different color in the built-in pager.
*/
{ "sig_on_top", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSIGONTOP, 0},
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, the signature will be included before any quoted or forwarded
** text. It is \fBstrongly\fP recommended that you do not set this variable
** unless you really know what you are doing, and are prepared to take
** some heat from netiquette guardians.
*/
{ "signature", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Signature, UL "~/.signature" },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the filename of your signature, which is appended to all
** outgoing messages. If the filename ends with a pipe (``|''), it is
** assumed that filename is a shell command and input should be read from
** its standard output.
*/
{ "simple_search", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SimpleSearch, UL "~f %s | ~s %s" },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies how Mutt should expand a simple search into a real search
** pattern. A simple search is one that does not contain any of the ``~'' pattern
** operators. See ``$patterns'' for more information on search patterns.
** .pp
** For example, if you simply type ``joe'' at a search or limit prompt, Mutt
** will automatically expand it to the value specified by this variable by
** replacing ``%s'' with the supplied string.
** For the default value, ``joe'' would be expanded to: ``~f joe | ~s joe''.
*/
{ "sleep_time", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &SleepTime, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies time, in seconds, to pause while displaying certain informational
** messages, while moving from folder to folder and after expunging
** messages from the current folder. The default is to pause one second, so
** a value of zero for this option suppresses the pause.
*/
{ "smart_wrap", DT_BOOL, R_PAGER, OPTWRAP, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the display of lines longer than the screen width in the
** internal pager. If \fIset\fP, long lines are wrapped at a word boundary. If
** \fIunset\fP, lines are simply wrapped at the screen edge. Also see the
** $$markers variable.
*/
{ "smileys", DT_RX, R_PAGER, UL &Smileys, UL "(>From )|(:[-^]?[][)(><}{|/DP])" },
/*
** .pp
** The \fIpager\fP uses this variable to catch some common false
** positives of $$quote_regexp, most notably smileys and not consider
** a line quoted text if it also matches $$smileys. This mostly
** happens at the beginning of a line.
*/
{ "smime_ask_cert_label", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTASKCERTLABEL, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This flag controls whether you want to be asked to enter a label
** for a certificate about to be added to the database or not. It is
** \fIset\fP by default.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_ca_location", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &SmimeCALocation, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable contains the name of either a directory, or a file which
** contains trusted certificates for use with OpenSSL.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_certificates", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &SmimeCertificates, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Since for S/MIME there is no pubring/secring as with PGP, mutt has to handle
** storage and retrieval of keys by itself. This is very basic right
** now, and keys and certificates are stored in two different
** directories, both named as the hash-value retrieved from
** OpenSSL. There is an index file which contains mailbox-address
** keyid pairs, and which can be manually edited. This option points to
** the location of the certificates.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_decrypt_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeDecryptCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This format string specifies a command which is used to decrypt
** \fCapplication/x-pkcs7-mime\fP attachments.
** .pp
** The OpenSSL command formats have their own set of \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences
** similar to PGP's:
** .dl
** .dt %f .dd Expands to the name of a file containing a message.
** .dt %s .dd Expands to the name of a file containing the signature part
** . of a \fCmultipart/signed\fP attachment when verifying it.
** .dt %k .dd The key-pair specified with $$smime_default_key
** .dt %c .dd One or more certificate IDs.
** .dt %a .dd The algorithm used for encryption.
** .dt %C .dd CA location: Depending on whether $$smime_ca_location
** . points to a directory or file, this expands to
** . ``-CApath $$smime_ca_location'' or ``-CAfile $$smime_ca_location''.
** .de
** .pp
** For examples on how to configure these formats, see the \fCsmime.rc\fP in
** the \fCsamples/\fP subdirectory which has been installed on your system
** alongside the documentation.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_decrypt_use_default_key", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSDEFAULTDECRYPTKEY, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP (default) this tells mutt to use the default key for decryption. Otherwise,
** if managing multiple certificate-key-pairs, mutt will try to use the mailbox-address
** to determine the key to use. It will ask you to supply a key, if it can't find one.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_sign_as", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "smime_default_key", 0 },
{ "smime_default_key", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeDefaultKey, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This is the default key-pair to use for signing. This must be set to the
** keyid (the hash-value that OpenSSL generates) to work properly
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_encrypt_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeEncryptCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to create encrypted S/MIME messages.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_encrypt_with", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeCryptAlg, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This sets the algorithm that should be used for encryption.
** Valid choices are ``des'', ``des3'', ``rc2-40'', ``rc2-64'', ``rc2-128''.
** If \fIunset\fP, ``3des'' (TripleDES) is used.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_get_cert_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeGetCertCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to extract X509 certificates from a PKCS7 structure.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_get_cert_email_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeGetCertEmailCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to extract the mail address(es) used for storing
** X509 certificates, and for verification purposes (to check whether the
** certificate was issued for the sender's mailbox).
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_get_signer_cert_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeGetSignerCertCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to extract only the signers X509 certificate from a S/MIME
** signature, so that the certificate's owner may get compared to the
** email's ``From:'' field.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_import_cert_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeImportCertCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to import a certificate via smime_keys.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_is_default", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSMIMEISDEFAULT, 0},
/*
** .pp
** The default behavior of mutt is to use PGP on all auto-sign/encryption
** operations. To override and to use OpenSSL instead this must be \fIset\fP.
** However, this has no effect while replying, since mutt will automatically
** select the same application that was used to sign/encrypt the original
** message. (Note that this variable can be overridden by unsetting $$crypt_autosmime.)
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_keys", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &SmimeKeys, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Since for S/MIME there is no pubring/secring as with PGP, mutt has to handle
** storage and retrieval of keys/certs by itself. This is very basic right now,
** and stores keys and certificates in two different directories, both
** named as the hash-value retrieved from OpenSSL. There is an index file
** which contains mailbox-address keyid pair, and which can be manually
** edited. This option points to the location of the private keys.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_pk7out_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimePk7outCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to extract PKCS7 structures of S/MIME signatures,
** in order to extract the public X509 certificate(s).
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_sign_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeSignCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to created S/MIME signatures of type
** \fCmultipart/signed\fP, which can be read by all mail clients.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_sign_opaque_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeSignOpaqueCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to created S/MIME signatures of type
** \fCapplication/x-pkcs7-signature\fP, which can only be handled by mail
** clients supporting the S/MIME extension.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_timeout", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &SmimeTimeout, 300 },
/*
** .pp
** The number of seconds after which a cached passphrase will expire if
** not used.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_verify_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeVerifyCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to verify S/MIME signatures of type \fCmultipart/signed\fP.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
{ "smime_verify_opaque_command", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmimeVerifyOpaqueCommand, 0},
/*
** .pp
** This command is used to verify S/MIME signatures of type
** \fCapplication/x-pkcs7-mime\fP.
** .pp
** This is a format string, see the $$smime_decrypt_command command for
** possible \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences.
** (S/MIME only)
*/
#ifdef USE_SMTP
# ifdef USE_SASL
{ "smtp_authenticators", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmtpAuthenticators, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This is a colon-delimited list of authentication methods mutt may
** attempt to use to log in to an SMTP server, in the order mutt should
** try them. Authentication methods are any SASL mechanism, e.g.
** ``digest-md5'', ``gssapi'' or ``cram-md5''.
** This option is case-insensitive. If it is ``unset''
** (the default) mutt will try all available methods, in order from
** most-secure to least-secure.
** .pp
** Example:
** .ts
** set smtp_authenticators="digest-md5:cram-md5"
** .te
*/
# endif /* USE_SASL */
{ "smtp_pass", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmtpPass, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the password for your SMTP account. If \fIunset\fP, Mutt will
** prompt you for your password when you first send mail via SMTP.
** See $$smtp_url to configure mutt to send mail via SMTP.
** .pp
** \fBWarning\fP: you should only use this option when you are on a
** fairly secure machine, because the superuser can read your muttrc even
** if you are the only one who can read the file.
*/
{ "smtp_url", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SmtpUrl, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Defines the SMTP smarthost where sent messages should relayed for
** delivery. This should take the form of an SMTP URL, e.g.:
** .ts
** smtp[s]://[user[:pass]@]host[:port]
** .te
** .pp
** where ``[...]'' denotes an optional part.
** Setting this variable overrides the value of the $$sendmail
** variable.
*/
#endif /* USE_SMTP */
{ "sort", DT_SORT, R_INDEX|R_RESORT, UL &Sort, SORT_DATE },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies how to sort messages in the ``index'' menu. Valid values
** are:
** .il
** .dd date or date-sent
** .dd date-received
** .dd from
** .dd mailbox-order (unsorted)
** .dd score
** .dd size
** .dd spam
** .dd subject
** .dd threads
** .dd to
** .ie
** .pp
** You may optionally use the ``reverse-'' prefix to specify reverse sorting
** order (example: ``\fCset sort=reverse-date-sent\fP'').
*/
{ "sort_alias", DT_SORT|DT_SORT_ALIAS, R_NONE, UL &SortAlias, SORT_ALIAS },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies how the entries in the ``alias'' menu are sorted. The
** following are legal values:
** .il
** .dd address (sort alphabetically by email address)
** .dd alias (sort alphabetically by alias name)
** .dd unsorted (leave in order specified in .muttrc)
** .ie
*/
{ "sort_aux", DT_SORT|DT_SORT_AUX, R_INDEX|R_RESORT_BOTH, UL &SortAux, SORT_DATE },
/*
** .pp
** When sorting by threads, this variable controls how threads are sorted
** in relation to other threads, and how the branches of the thread trees
** are sorted. This can be set to any value that $$sort can, except
** ``threads'' (in that case, mutt will just use ``date-sent''). You can also
** specify the ``last-'' prefix in addition to the ``reverse-'' prefix, but ``last-''
** must come after ``reverse-''. The ``last-'' prefix causes messages to be
** sorted against its siblings by which has the last descendant, using
** the rest of $$sort_aux as an ordering. For instance,
** .ts
** set sort_aux=last-date-received
** .te
** .pp
** would mean that if a new message is received in a
** thread, that thread becomes the last one displayed (or the first, if
** you have ``\fCset sort=reverse-threads\fP''.)
** .pp
** Note: For reversed $$sort
** order $$sort_aux is reversed again (which is not the right thing to do,
** but kept to not break any existing configuration setting).
*/
{ "sort_browser", DT_SORT|DT_SORT_BROWSER, R_NONE, UL &BrowserSort, SORT_ALPHA },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies how to sort entries in the file browser. By default, the
** entries are sorted alphabetically. Valid values:
** .il
** .dd alpha (alphabetically)
** .dd date
** .dd size
** .dd unsorted
** .ie
** .pp
** You may optionally use the ``reverse-'' prefix to specify reverse sorting
** order (example: ``\fCset sort_browser=reverse-date\fP'').
*/
{ "sort_re", DT_BOOL, R_INDEX|R_RESORT|R_RESORT_INIT, OPTSORTRE, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable is only useful when sorting by threads with
** $$strict_threads \fIunset\fP. In that case, it changes the heuristic
** mutt uses to thread messages by subject. With $$sort_re \fIset\fP, mutt will
** only attach a message as the child of another message by subject if
** the subject of the child message starts with a substring matching the
** setting of $$reply_regexp. With $$sort_re \fIunset\fP, mutt will attach
** the message whether or not this is the case, as long as the
** non-$$reply_regexp parts of both messages are identical.
*/
{ "spam_separator", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &SpamSep, UL "," },
/*
** .pp
** This variable controls what happens when multiple spam headers
** are matched: if \fIunset\fP, each successive header will overwrite any
** previous matches value for the spam label. If \fIset\fP, each successive
** match will append to the previous, using this variable's value as a
** separator.
*/
{ "spoolfile", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Spoolfile, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If your spool mailbox is in a non-default place where Mutt cannot find
** it, you can specify its location with this variable. Mutt will
** initially set this variable to the value of the environment
** variable \fC$$$MAIL\fP or \fC$$$MAILDIR\fP if either is defined.
*/
#if defined(USE_SSL)
#ifdef USE_SSL_GNUTLS
{ "ssl_ca_certificates_file", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &SslCACertFile, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies a file containing trusted CA certificates.
** Any server certificate that is signed with one of these CA
** certificates is also automatically accepted.
** .pp
** Example:
** .ts
** set ssl_ca_certificates_file=/etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
** .te
*/
#endif /* USE_SSL_GNUTLS */
{ "ssl_client_cert", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &SslClientCert, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** The file containing a client certificate and its associated private
** key.
*/
{ "ssl_force_tls", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSSLFORCETLS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If this variable is \fIset\fP, Mutt will require that all connections
** to remote servers be encrypted. Furthermore it will attempt to
** negotiate TLS even if the server does not advertise the capability,
** since it would otherwise have to abort the connection anyway. This
** option supersedes $$ssl_starttls.
*/
# ifdef USE_SSL_GNUTLS
{ "ssl_min_dh_prime_bits", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &SslDHPrimeBits, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies the minimum acceptable prime size (in bits)
** for use in any Diffie-Hellman key exchange. A value of 0 will use
** the default from the GNUTLS library.
*/
# endif /* USE_SSL_GNUTLS */
{ "ssl_starttls", DT_QUAD, R_NONE, OPT_SSLSTARTTLS, M_YES },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP (the default), mutt will attempt to use \fCSTARTTLS\fP on servers
** advertising the capability. When \fIunset\fP, mutt will not attempt to
** use \fCSTARTTLS\fP regardless of the server's capabilities.
*/
# ifdef USE_SSL_OPENSSL
{ "ssl_use_sslv2", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSSLV2, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies whether to attempt to use SSLv2 in the
** SSL authentication process.
*/
# endif /* defined USE_SSL_OPENSSL */
{ "ssl_use_sslv3", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSSLV3, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies whether to attempt to use SSLv3 in the
** SSL authentication process.
*/
{ "ssl_use_tlsv1", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTTLSV1, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable specifies whether to attempt to use TLSv1 in the
** SSL authentication process.
*/
#ifdef USE_SSL_OPENSSL
{ "ssl_usesystemcerts", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSSLSYSTEMCERTS, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If set to \fIyes\fP, mutt will use CA certificates in the
** system-wide certificate store when checking if a server certificate
** is signed by a trusted CA.
*/
#endif
{ "ssl_verify_dates", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSSLVERIFYDATES, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP (the default), mutt will not automatically accept a server
** certificate that is either not yet valid or already expired. You should
** only unset this for particular known hosts, using the
** \fC$<account-hook>\fP function.
*/
{ "ssl_verify_host", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSSLVERIFYHOST, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP (the default), mutt will not automatically accept a server
** certificate whose host name does not match the host used in your folder
** URL. You should only unset this for particular known hosts, using
** the \fC$<account-hook>\fP function.
*/
#endif /* defined(USE_SSL) */
{ "status_chars", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &StChars, UL "-*%A" },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the characters used by the ``%r'' indicator in
** $$status_format. The first character is used when the mailbox is
** unchanged. The second is used when the mailbox has been changed, and
** it needs to be resynchronized. The third is used if the mailbox is in
** read-only mode, or if the mailbox will not be written when exiting
** that mailbox (You can toggle whether to write changes to a mailbox
** with the \fC<toggle-write>\fP operation, bound by default to ``%''). The fourth
** is used to indicate that the current folder has been opened in attach-
** message mode (Certain operations like composing a new mail, replying,
** forwarding, etc. are not permitted in this mode).
*/
{ "status_format", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &Status, UL "-%r-Mutt: %f [Msgs:%?M?%M/?%m%?n? New:%n?%?o? Old:%o?%?d? Del:%d?%?F? Flag:%F?%?t? Tag:%t?%?p? Post:%p?%?b? Inc:%b?%?l? %l?]---(%s/%S)-%>-(%P)---" },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the format of the status line displayed in the ``index''
** menu. This string is similar to $$index_format, but has its own
** set of \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences:
** .dl
** .dt %b .dd number of mailboxes with new mail *
** .dt %d .dd number of deleted messages *
** .dt %f .dd the full pathname of the current mailbox
** .dt %F .dd number of flagged messages *
** .dt %h .dd local hostname
** .dt %l .dd size (in bytes) of the current mailbox *
** .dt %L .dd size (in bytes) of the messages shown
** (i.e., which match the current limit) *
** .dt %m .dd the number of messages in the mailbox *
** .dt %M .dd the number of messages shown (i.e., which match the current limit) *
** .dt %n .dd number of new messages in the mailbox *
** .dt %o .dd number of old unread messages *
** .dt %p .dd number of postponed messages *
** .dt %P .dd percentage of the way through the index
** .dt %r .dd modified/read-only/won't-write/attach-message indicator,
** according to $$status_chars
** .dt %s .dd current sorting mode ($$sort)
** .dt %S .dd current aux sorting method ($$sort_aux)
** .dt %t .dd number of tagged messages *
** .dt %u .dd number of unread messages *
** .dt %v .dd Mutt version string
** .dt %V .dd currently active limit pattern, if any *
** .dt %>X .dd right justify the rest of the string and pad with ``X''
** .dt %|X .dd pad to the end of the line with ``X''
** .dt %*X .dd soft-fill with character ``X'' as pad
** .de
** .pp
** For an explanation of ``soft-fill'', see the $$index_format documentation.
** .pp
** * = can be optionally printed if nonzero
** .pp
** Some of the above sequences can be used to optionally print a string
** if their value is nonzero. For example, you may only want to see the
** number of flagged messages if such messages exist, since zero is not
** particularly meaningful. To optionally print a string based upon one
** of the above sequences, the following construct is used:
** .pp
** \fC%?<sequence_char>?<optional_string>?\fP
** .pp
** where \fIsequence_char\fP is a character from the table above, and
** \fIoptional_string\fP is the string you would like printed if
** \fIsequence_char\fP is nonzero. \fIoptional_string\fP \fBmay\fP contain
** other sequences as well as normal text, but you may \fBnot\fP nest
** optional strings.
** .pp
** Here is an example illustrating how to optionally print the number of
** new messages in a mailbox:
** .pp
** \fC%?n?%n new messages.?\fP
** .pp
** You can also switch between two strings using the following construct:
** .pp
** \fC%?<sequence_char>?<if_string>&<else_string>?\fP
** .pp
** If the value of \fIsequence_char\fP is non-zero, \fIif_string\fP will
** be expanded, otherwise \fIelse_string\fP will be expanded.
** .pp
** You can force the result of any \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequence to be lowercase
** by prefixing the sequence character with an underscore (``_'') sign.
** For example, if you want to display the local hostname in lowercase,
** you would use: ``\fC%_h\fP''.
** .pp
** If you prefix the sequence character with a colon (``:'') character, mutt
** will replace any dots in the expansion by underscores. This might be helpful
** with IMAP folders that don't like dots in folder names.
*/
{ "status_on_top", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTSTATUSONTOP, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Setting this variable causes the ``status bar'' to be displayed on
** the first line of the screen rather than near the bottom. If $$help
** is \fIset\fP, too it'll be placed at the bottom.
*/
{ "strict_threads", DT_BOOL, R_RESORT|R_RESORT_INIT|R_INDEX, OPTSTRICTTHREADS, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** If \fIset\fP, threading will only make use of the ``In-Reply-To'' and
** ``References:'' fields when you $$sort by message threads. By
** default, messages with the same subject are grouped together in
** ``pseudo threads.''. This may not always be desirable, such as in a
** personal mailbox where you might have several unrelated messages with
** the subjects like ``hi'' which will get grouped together. See also
** $$sort_re for a less drastic way of controlling this
** behavior.
*/
{ "suspend", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTSUSPEND, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIunset\fP, mutt won't stop when the user presses the terminal's
** \fIsusp\fP key, usually ``^Z''. This is useful if you run mutt
** inside an xterm using a command like ``\fCxterm -e mutt\fP''.
*/
{ "text_flowed", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTTEXTFLOWED, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will generate ``format=flowed'' bodies with a content type
** of ``\fCtext/plain; format=flowed\fP''.
** This format is easier to handle for some mailing software, and generally
** just looks like ordinary text. To actually make use of this format's
** features, you'll need support in your editor.
** .pp
** Note that $$indent_string is ignored when this option is \fIset\fP.
*/
{ "thorough_search", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTTHOROUGHSRC, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Affects the \fC~b\fP and \fC~h\fP search operations described in
** section ``$patterns''. If \fIset\fP, the headers and body/attachments of
** messages to be searched are decoded before searching. If \fIunset\fP,
** messages are searched as they appear in the folder.
** .pp
** Users searching attachments or for non-ASCII characters should \fIset\fP
** this value because decoding also includes MIME parsing/decoding and possible
** character set conversions. Otherwise mutt will attempt to match against the
** raw message received (for example quoted-printable encoded or with encoded
** headers) which may lead to incorrect search results.
*/
{ "thread_received", DT_BOOL, R_RESORT|R_RESORT_INIT|R_INDEX, OPTTHREADRECEIVED, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt uses the date received rather than the date sent
** to thread messages by subject.
*/
{ "tilde", DT_BOOL, R_PAGER, OPTTILDE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, the internal-pager will pad blank lines to the bottom of the
** screen with a tilde (``~'').
*/
{ "time_inc", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &TimeInc, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Along with $$read_inc, $$write_inc, and $$net_inc, this
** variable controls the frequency with which progress updates are
** displayed. It suppresses updates less than $$time_inc milliseconds
** apart. This can improve throughput on systems with slow terminals,
** or when running mutt on a remote system.
** .pp
** Also see the ``$tuning'' section of the manual for performance considerations.
*/
{ "timeout", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &Timeout, 600 },
/*
** .pp
** When Mutt is waiting for user input either idling in menus or
** in an interactive prompt, Mutt would block until input is
** present. Depending on the context, this would prevent certain
** operations from working, like checking for new mail or keeping
** an IMAP connection alive.
** .pp
** This variable controls how many seconds Mutt will at most wait
** until it aborts waiting for input, performs these operations and
** continues to wait for input.
** .pp
** A value of zero or less will cause Mutt to never time out.
*/
{ "tmpdir", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Tempdir, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** This variable allows you to specify where Mutt will place its
** temporary files needed for displaying and composing messages. If
** this variable is not set, the environment variable \fC$$$TMPDIR\fP is
** used. If \fC$$$TMPDIR\fP is not set then ``\fC/tmp\fP'' is used.
*/
{ "to_chars", DT_STR, R_BOTH, UL &Tochars, UL " +TCFL" },
/*
** .pp
** Controls the character used to indicate mail addressed to you. The
** first character is the one used when the mail is \fInot\fP addressed to your
** address. The second is used when you are the only
** recipient of the message. The third is when your address
** appears in the ``To:'' header field, but you are not the only recipient of
** the message. The fourth character is used when your
** address is specified in the ``Cc:'' header field, but you are not the only
** recipient. The fifth character is used to indicate mail that was sent
** by \fIyou\fP. The sixth character is used to indicate when a mail
** was sent to a mailing-list you subscribe to.
*/
#ifdef USE_SOCKET
{ "tunnel", DT_STR, R_NONE, UL &Tunnel, UL 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Setting this variable will cause mutt to open a pipe to a command
** instead of a raw socket. You may be able to use this to set up
** preauthenticated connections to your IMAP/POP3/SMTP server. Example:
** .ts
** set tunnel="ssh -q mailhost.net /usr/local/libexec/imapd"
** .te
** .pp
** Note: For this example to work you must be able to log in to the remote
** machine without having to enter a password.
** .pp
** When set, Mutt uses the tunnel for all remote connections.
** Please see ``$account-hook'' in the manual for how to use different
** tunnel commands per connection.
*/
#endif
{ "uncollapse_jump", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTUNCOLLAPSEJUMP, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will jump to the next unread message, if any,
** when the current thread is \fIun\fPcollapsed.
*/
{ "use_8bitmime", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTUSE8BITMIME, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** \fBWarning:\fP do not set this variable unless you are using a version
** of sendmail which supports the \fC-B8BITMIME\fP flag (such as sendmail
** 8.8.x) or you may not be able to send mail.
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will invoke $$sendmail with the \fC-B8BITMIME\fP
** flag when sending 8-bit messages to enable ESMTP negotiation.
*/
{ "use_domain", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTUSEDOMAIN, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will qualify all local addresses (ones without the
** ``@host'' portion) with the value of $$hostname. If \fIunset\fP, no
** addresses will be qualified.
*/
{ "use_envelope_from", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTENVFROM, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will set the \fIenvelope\fP sender of the message.
** If $$envelope_from_address is \fIset\fP, it will be used as the sender
** address. If \fIunset\fP, mutt will attempt to derive the sender from the
** ``From:'' header.
** .pp
** Note that this information is passed to sendmail command using the
** \fC-f\fP command line switch. Therefore setting this option is not useful
** if the $$sendmail variable already contains \fC-f\fP or if the
** executable pointed to by $$sendmail doesn't support the \fC-f\fP switch.
*/
{ "envelope_from", DT_SYN, R_NONE, UL "use_envelope_from", 0 },
/*
*/
{ "use_from", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTUSEFROM, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will generate the ``From:'' header field when
** sending messages. If \fIunset\fP, no ``From:'' header field will be
** generated unless the user explicitly sets one using the ``$my_hdr''
** command.
*/
#ifdef HAVE_LIBIDN
{ "use_idn", DT_BOOL, R_BOTH, OPTUSEIDN, 1},
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will show you international domain names decoded.
** Note: You can use IDNs for addresses even if this is \fIunset\fP.
** This variable only affects decoding.
*/
#endif /* HAVE_LIBIDN */
#ifdef HAVE_GETADDRINFO
{ "use_ipv6", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTUSEIPV6, 1},
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will look for IPv6 addresses of hosts it tries to
** contact. If this option is \fIunset\fP, Mutt will restrict itself to IPv4 addresses.
** Normally, the default should work.
*/
#endif /* HAVE_GETADDRINFO */
{ "user_agent", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTXMAILER, 1},
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will add a ``User-Agent:'' header to outgoing
** messages, indicating which version of mutt was used for composing
** them.
*/
{ "visual", DT_PATH, R_NONE, UL &Visual, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** Specifies the visual editor to invoke when the ``\fC~v\fP'' command is
** given in the built-in editor.
*/
#ifdef USE_NOTMUCH
{ "vfolder_format", DT_STR, R_INDEX, UL &VirtFolderFormat, UL " %6n(%6N) %f " },
/*
** .pp
** This variable allows you to customize the file browser display for virtual
** folders to your ** personal taste. This string is similar to $$index_format,
** but has its own set of \fCprintf(3)\fP-like sequences:
** .dl
** .dt %f .dd folder name (description)
** .dt %n .dd number of all messages
** .dt %N .dd number of new messages
** .dt %>X .dd right justify the rest of the string and pad with character ``X''
** .dt %|X .dd pad to the end of the line with character ``X''
** .dt %*X .dd soft-fill with character ``X'' as pad
** .de
** .pp
** For an explanation of ``soft-fill'', see the $$index_format documentation.
*/
{ "virtual_spoolfile", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTVIRTSPOOLFILE, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fset\fP, mutt will use the first defined virtual mailbox (see
** virtual-mailboxes) as a spool file.
*/
#endif
{ "wait_key", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTWAITKEY, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether Mutt will ask you to press a key after an external command
** has been invoked by these functions: \fC<shell-escape>\fP,
** \fC<pipe-message>\fP, \fC<pipe-entry>\fP, \fC<print-message>\fP,
** and \fC<print-entry>\fP commands.
** .pp
** It is also used when viewing attachments with ``$auto_view'', provided
** that the corresponding mailcap entry has a \fIneedsterminal\fP flag,
** and the external program is interactive.
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, Mutt will always ask for a key. When \fIunset\fP, Mutt will wait
** for a key only if the external command returned a non-zero status.
*/
{ "weed", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTWEED, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, mutt will weed headers when displaying, forwarding,
** printing, or replying to messages.
*/
{ "wrap", DT_NUM, R_PAGER, UL &Wrap, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** When set to a positive value, mutt will wrap text at $$wrap characters.
** When set to a negative value, mutt will wrap text so that there are $$wrap
** characters of empty space on the right side of the terminal. Setting it
** to zero makes mutt wrap at the terminal width.
** .pp
** Also see $$reflow_wrap.
*/
{ "wrap_headers", DT_NUM, R_PAGER, UL &WrapHeaders, 78 },
/*
** .pp
** This option specifies the number of characters to use for wrapping
** an outgoing message's headers. Allowed values are between 78 and 998
** inclusive.
** .pp
** \fBNote:\fP This option usually shouldn't be changed. RFC5233
** recommends a line length of 78 (the default), so \fBplease only change
** this setting when you know what you're doing\fP.
*/
{ "wrap_search", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTWRAPSEARCH, 1 },
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether searches wrap around the end.
** .pp
** When \fIset\fP, searches will wrap around the first (or last) item. When
** \fIunset\fP, incremental searches will not wrap.
*/
{ "wrapmargin", DT_NUM, R_PAGER, UL &Wrap, 0 },
/*
** .pp
** (DEPRECATED) Equivalent to setting $$wrap with a negative value.
*/
{ "write_bcc", DT_BOOL, R_NONE, OPTWRITEBCC, 1},
/*
** .pp
** Controls whether mutt writes out the ``Bcc:'' header when preparing
** messages to be sent. Exim users may wish to unset this. If mutt
** is set to deliver directly via SMTP (see $$smtp_url), this
** option does nothing: mutt will never write out the ``Bcc:'' header
** in this case.
*/
{ "write_inc", DT_NUM, R_NONE, UL &WriteInc, 10 },
/*
** .pp
** When writing a mailbox, a message will be printed every
** $$write_inc messages to indicate progress. If set to 0, only a
** single message will be displayed before writing a mailbox.
** .pp
** Also see the $$read_inc, $$net_inc and $$time_inc variables and the
** ``$tuning'' section of the manual for performance considerations.
*/
/*--*/
{ NULL, 0, 0, 0, 0 }
};
const struct mapping_t SortMethods[] = {
{ "date", SORT_DATE },
{ "date-sent", SORT_DATE },
{ "date-received", SORT_RECEIVED },
{ "mailbox-order", SORT_ORDER },
{ "subject", SORT_SUBJECT },
{ "from", SORT_FROM },
{ "size", SORT_SIZE },
{ "threads", SORT_THREADS },
{ "to", SORT_TO },
{ "score", SORT_SCORE },
{ "spam", SORT_SPAM },
{ NULL, 0 }
};
/* same as SortMethods, but with "threads" replaced by "date" */
const struct mapping_t SortAuxMethods[] = {
{ "date", SORT_DATE },
{ "date-sent", SORT_DATE },
{ "date-received", SORT_RECEIVED },
{ "mailbox-order", SORT_ORDER },
{ "subject", SORT_SUBJECT },
{ "from", SORT_FROM },
{ "size", SORT_SIZE },
{ "threads", SORT_DATE }, /* note: sort_aux == threads
* isn't possible.
*/
{ "to", SORT_TO },
{ "score", SORT_SCORE },
{ "spam", SORT_SPAM },
{ NULL, 0 }
};
const struct mapping_t SortBrowserMethods[] = {
{ "alpha", SORT_SUBJECT },
{ "date", SORT_DATE },
{ "size", SORT_SIZE },
{ "unsorted", SORT_ORDER },
{ NULL, 0 }
};
const struct mapping_t SortAliasMethods[] = {
{ "alias", SORT_ALIAS },
{ "address", SORT_ADDRESS },
{ "unsorted", SORT_ORDER },
{ NULL, 0 }
};
const struct mapping_t SortKeyMethods[] = {
{ "address", SORT_ADDRESS },
{ "date", SORT_DATE },
{ "keyid", SORT_KEYID },
{ "trust", SORT_TRUST },
{ NULL, 0 }
};
/* functions used to parse commands in a rc file */
static int parse_list (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_spam_list (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unlist (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_group (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_lists (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unlists (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_alias (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unalias (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_ignore (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unignore (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_source (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_set (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_my_hdr (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unmy_hdr (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_subscribe (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unsubscribe (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_attachments (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unattachments (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_alternates (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
static int parse_unalternates (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
/* Parse -group arguments */
static int parse_group_context (group_context_t **ctx, BUFFER *buf, BUFFER *s, unsigned long data, BUFFER *err);
struct command_t
{
char *name;
int (*func) (BUFFER *, BUFFER *, unsigned long, BUFFER *);
unsigned long data;
};
const struct command_t Commands[] = {
{ "alternates", parse_alternates, 0 },
{ "unalternates", parse_unalternates, 0 },
#ifdef USE_SOCKET
{ "account-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_ACCOUNTHOOK },
#endif
{ "alias", parse_alias, 0 },
{ "attachments", parse_attachments, 0 },
{ "unattachments",parse_unattachments,0 },
{ "auto_view", parse_list, UL &AutoViewList },
{ "alternative_order", parse_list, UL &AlternativeOrderList},
{ "bind", mutt_parse_bind, 0 },
{ "charset-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_CHARSETHOOK },
#ifdef HAVE_COLOR
{ "color", mutt_parse_color, 0 },
{ "uncolor", mutt_parse_uncolor, 0 },
#endif
{ "exec", mutt_parse_exec, 0 },
{ "fcc-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_FCCHOOK },
{ "fcc-save-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_FCCHOOK | M_SAVEHOOK },
{ "folder-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_FOLDERHOOK },
{ "group", parse_group, M_GROUP },
{ "ungroup", parse_group, M_UNGROUP },
{ "hdr_order", parse_list, UL &HeaderOrderList },
#ifdef HAVE_ICONV
{ "iconv-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_ICONVHOOK },
#endif
{ "ignore", parse_ignore, 0 },
{ "lists", parse_lists, 0 },
{ "macro", mutt_parse_macro, 0 },
{ "mailboxes", mutt_parse_mailboxes, M_MAILBOXES },
{ "unmailboxes", mutt_parse_mailboxes, M_UNMAILBOXES },
#ifdef USE_NOTMUCH
{ "virtual-mailboxes",mutt_parse_virtual_mailboxes, 0 },
#endif
{ "message-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_MESSAGEHOOK },
{ "mbox-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_MBOXHOOK },
{ "mime_lookup", parse_list, UL &MimeLookupList },
{ "unmime_lookup", parse_unlist, UL &MimeLookupList },
{ "mono", mutt_parse_mono, 0 },
{ "my_hdr", parse_my_hdr, 0 },
{ "pgp-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_CRYPTHOOK },
{ "crypt-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_CRYPTHOOK },
{ "push", mutt_parse_push, 0 },
{ "reply-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_REPLYHOOK },
{ "reset", parse_set, M_SET_RESET },
{ "save-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_SAVEHOOK },
{ "score", mutt_parse_score, 0 },
{ "send-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_SENDHOOK },
{ "send2-hook", mutt_parse_hook, M_SEND2HOOK },
{ "set", parse_set, 0 },
{ "source", parse_source, 0 },
{ "spam", parse_spam_list, M_SPAM },
{ "nospam", parse_spam_list, M_NOSPAM },
{ "subscribe", parse_subscribe, 0 },
{ "toggle", parse_set, M_SET_INV },
{ "unalias", parse_unalias, 0 },
{ "unalternative_order",parse_unlist, UL &AlternativeOrderList },
{ "unauto_view", parse_unlist, UL &AutoViewList },
{ "unhdr_order", parse_unlist, UL &HeaderOrderList },
{ "unhook", mutt_parse_unhook, 0 },
{ "unignore", parse_unignore, 0 },
{ "unlists", parse_unlists, 0 },
{ "unmono", mutt_parse_unmono, 0 },
{ "unmy_hdr", parse_unmy_hdr, 0 },
{ "unscore", mutt_parse_unscore, 0 },
{ "unset", parse_set, M_SET_UNSET },
{ "unsubscribe", parse_unsubscribe, 0 },
{ NULL, NULL, 0 }
};
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