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comment mutt with gmail imap: send email in background
Keep in mind that if you don't wait for the email to finish sending, there's a chance it will fail and you will probably not notice. For me, at least, I don't send enough emails that the speed win is worth the small chance that I could have an unnoticed failure to send.
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answered How do I make RubyGems install binaries to a different directory?
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accepted How do I prevent accidentally building X as a dependency when installing a port?
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answered How do I prevent accidentally building X as a dependency when installing a port?
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revised Has anyone successfully configured mutt for GMail on FreeBSD? If so, how?
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answered Determining what files are considered open in Mac OSX
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comment Determining what files are considered open in Mac OSX
The basic answer is lsof. I don't recall if it's installed by default, but it's available via MacPorts if not.
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accepted Has anyone successfully configured mutt for GMail on FreeBSD? If so, how?
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answered Has anyone successfully configured mutt for GMail on FreeBSD? If so, how?
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comment Has anyone successfully configured mutt for GMail on FreeBSD? If so, how?
Do you also recommend using an MRA?