This would be useful, I needed to change the colour on a label for accessibility and easier recognition, having to delete, re-create and and then re-assign was not great.
Having just configured a second account in Aerc I now see that the setting should probably either sit in accounts config, or the default
[ui]setting could be overridden from
I have a fair few (nested) folders, enough that the Drafts, INBOX, Sent, Spam, and Trash folders are off the bottom of the dirlist in a "normal" sized terminal due to some GTD like @Action, @WaitingFor folders plus Archive folders going back 19 years.
This currently means I can't see these default folders most of the time.
So, apart from getting some help in combatting my digital packrat tendencies, it would be very useful if it was possible to have the default folders that most email servers have be first in the list, then "my folders" follow.
So for me, I'd see something like...
INBOX Drafts Sent Spam Trash Archive
followed by my non-default "custom" folders...
@Accounts @Actions @SomedayMaybe @WaitingFor DeliciousBrains ...
It could be as simple as a
priority-folderssetting under the
[ui]section which has a comma delimited list...
# # Ordered comma separated list of folders that should be # shown at the top of the folder list. # Any unlisted folders will follow in alphabetical order. # Leave blank to have all folders listed alphabetically. # # Default: INBOX,Drafts,Sent,Spam,Trash,Archive priority-folders=INBOX,Drafts,Sent,Spam,Trash,Archive
How does that sound?
mkdir, would be great to have
For example, if I have a folder "Trash/2010" that I would like to delete, I envision something like...
A safety feature might be that if the folder is not empty, that it prompts for confirmation.
Alternately (and probably safest), it could refuse to delete a folder that is not empty, instead you have to either clear it out first or "force" it.
:rmdir -f Trash/2010
I noticed that the "private" tracker I'm using for this test was still visible in my profile to Anonymous users (I used a Firefox private window to test). So I've had to remove the submit and comment permissions to ensure the tracker is properly private.
Hopefully the customer reply by email to comment can work with just some submitter permissions.
I'd like to forward a customer support email address to the tracker email address, with comments I make on the ticket emailed back to the customer, with their replies coming back as comments on the the same ticket.
All the while, the tracker should effectively be "private", with no Anonymous/Account Holder browsing etc, and customers not able to see other issues other than their own. The tracker would also be used for general feature and bug tracking for the associated private git repo by me.
I tried to use todo.sr.ht for this use case but it fell apart when the "customer" replied to a comment via email.
I set up the mail forward with no problem, and used a non-sourcehut email address to send an email that correctly created a new ticket.
I commented on the ticket via todo.sr.ht and an email was sent to the "customer" email address, happy days!
However, when I replied to that email as the customer, it was rejected by sr.ht...
This is the mail system at host mail.sr.ht. I'm sorry to have to inform you that your message could not be delivered to one or more recipients. It's attached below. For further assistance, please send mail to postmaster. If you do so, please include this problem report. You can delete your own text from the attached returned message. The mail system <~email@example.com>: host todo.sr.ht[126.96.36.199] said: 550 The tracker or ticket you requested does not exist. (in reply to end of DATA command) Reporting-MTA: dns; mail.sr.ht X-Postfix-Queue-ID: CF607400D6 X-Postfix-Sender: rfc822; firstname.lastname@example.org Arrival-Date: Sun, 22 Sep 2019 23:54:59 +0000 (UTC) Final-Recipient: rfc822; ~email@example.com Original-Recipient: rfc822;~firstname.lastname@example.org Action: failed Status: 5.0.0 Remote-MTA: dns; todo.sr.ht Diagnostic-Code: smtp; 550 The tracker or ticket you requested does not exist. From: "Ian M. Jones" <email@example.com> Subject: Re: ~ianmjones/goalmonitor#1: Test of tracker Date: 23 September 2019 at 00:54:57 BST To: ~ianmjones/goalmonitor#1 <~firstname.lastname@example.org> I did thanks! You can close this now. Cheers, Ian On Sun, 2019-09-22 at 23:45 +0000, ~ianmjones wrote: Yay, seems to work! I wonder if submitter gets and email when I comment?
Access for the tracker is set to:
Anonymous: submit, comment (no browse, edit or triage)
Submitter: browse, comment, edit (no submit or triage)
Account Holder: none
Would be awesome if this use case was supported, would help with support for private projects as well as private alpha and beta testing when the project isn't yet ready for public consumption and a public tracker would be premature.