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Re: [vox-tech] mutt config question

On Mon, May 03, 2004 at 03:12:24PM -0700, Bryan Richter wrote:
> 2. The second problem is an older one that I've asked about before, so I
>     won't say too much about it. I'm mainly interested in figuring out
>     the first thing, since it can't be _that_ hard. :) For the record,
>     though, mutt still can't handle my certificate file. Each time I
>     connect to my school account it asks me to accept the certificate,
>     and if I've already chosen the "always accept" option once, choosing
>     it again creates a "cannot save certificate" error.

In your .muttrc, you should have a certificate_file directive. Mine
looks like

set certificate_file = ".mutt/certificates"

Make sure that the file exists and is writable. In particular, Mutt
will create the file on the fly, but will not create any parent
directories on the fly. 

Samuel Merritt
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