Composing ask From: address and arbitrary keys in PGP

Robert s0cial+mutting at kakaomilchkuh.de
Thu Aug 1 21:58:54 UTC 2019


> > An example identity could look like this in the profiles.rc:
> > 
> >     macro index <Esc>1 '<enter-command>source
> >     ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc<enter>'
> >     macro compose <Esc>1 '<enter-command>source
> >    
> > ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc<enter><edit-from><kill-line>current-from<enter>'
> >     reply-hook '~C ^person at example.com$' 'source
> >     ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc'

> I tried your code in both mutt and neomutt, created that 1.rc file in
> the relevant directory, and both of them gives me error
> 
> Error in .muttrc,   ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc<enter>: unknown
> command
> Error in .muttrc,  
> ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc<enter><edit-from><kill-line>current-from<enter>:
> unknown command
> Error in .muttrc,   ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc: unknown command
> 
> for mutt I also created a 1.rc file in ~.mutt/profiles.d/1.rc, still
> gives me the same errors.

Hm, looks like you took the line breaks verbatim from the mail. Let me
rephrase my previous code:

    macro index <Esc>1 '<enter-command>source ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc<enter>
    macro compose <Esc>1 '<enter-command>source ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc<enter><edit-from><kill-line>current-from<enter>'
    reply-hook '~C ^person at example.com$' 'source ~/.config/neomutt/profiles.d/1.rc'

That's three lines.

> Can you check your codes to see if you typed correctly or you may have
> left something?

Nope, that's pretty much my setup. Of course, I generate the profiles.rc
and the profile.d/*.rc files with a script based on a yaml file, but the
generated configuration looks just like that.


Hope that helps,
 Robert



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