* [ISSUE] [Discussion] How to you integrate mblaze in your email stack ?
@ 2020-09-09 13:05 sucrecacao
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From: sucrecacao @ 2020-09-09 13:05 UTC (permalink / raw)
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I'm currently migrating from classic web based email client to a more unix way to manage my email.
I'm so happy I found mblaze :heart: , since I had hard time finding a "suckless" set of email tools where each does one thing and to it well. I don't want to use neomutt or aerc as I find those bloated and hard to hack.
But I still have trouble putting all the piece of the puzzle together.. So I was wondering if you those tool in your daily email workflow, what is your stack and how do you use it ? ( Link to script or dot-files highly appreciated :p )
In advances, thanks :)
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