Finally, after many people have asked for it: here is part two of the mutt-series: this time we talk about actually using and configuring mutt, and some other smaller tools needed for a nice email-workflow.
The link to part one is reported in the beginning of the article.
A few weeks ago, I felt inspired by articles from Jeff Kreeftmeijer and Armin Ronacher. I took some time to configure and fine-tune my Vim environment. A lot of new stuff made it into my .vimrc file and my .vim directory. This blog post is a summary describing what I’ve added and how I use it in my daily work.
The ability to customize tools to suit your needs is one of the great advantages of many Linux utilities. However, when you find yourself working on a new server, there is the issue of getting the settings you are comfortable with working in a new env.