Notify me of follow-up comments via email. For git for example I’m forced to use a credential manager , it looks a more secure default option. Several data centers around Russia. I tried to locate it: Why is mutt designed to keep a password in txt file?
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Why is mutt designed to keep a password in txt file? Home Questions Tags Users Unanswered. Sign up using Facebook. Note that for Gmail you’ll need to either set up a per-application password preferred or enable plain IMAP access.
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November 29, Todd Hoff. Nothing magic about that. Several data centers around Russia.
Lengthy index rebuilds were caused by the use of non-sequential primary keys MD5 hashes — with InnoDB, that meant it would rebuild the whole thing on every request Accessing multiple accounts Mutt is a bit awkward when it comes to having multiple accounts. Text files are standard and work everywhere. Muttrc file for Gmail and Yandex Ask Question. The database is split in pieces and when a search is requested, it pulls the bits from the different database servers and brings it together for the user.
EPo Presumably, because it keeps all of its configuration in a text file. Lots of useful details on the sizing of their system, what went wrong, and how they fixed it. To be honest, i never knew such website exited before today.
Anatomy of a crash in a new part of Yandex written in Django. Yes, Yandex isn’t just a search engine, it also provides fairly long list of services, e-mail included.
Yandex uses FreeBSD
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I always use Yandex when search in Russian due to freebs single reason – Yandex speaks Russian and Google does not. Perhaps I’m picking a nit, but there are a couple of things off in the summary of the ‘Anatomy of a crash’ article.
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November 29, youtube. Hopefully we’ll learn more later, but I thought it would still be interesting.
If you don’t want to keep your password in your configuration file, see Mutt: With no configuration file, you just get the mail on your local machine if you have local mail set up, which is not the case on Ubuntu by default. Gmail Note that for Gmail you’ll need to either set up a per-application password preferred or enable plain IMAP access.
They weren’t writing to any magic variable. When you switch from one account to another, Mutt runs the hook commands. There is also russian domains that you can’t type in your browser as you do not have russian keyboard.
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Yandex is more than a search engine. I never heard of Yandex but they obviously do some serious business over there. The alternates and mailboxes settings are a list that should contain one entry per account.
Assuming that your Gmail address is johndoe gmail. And mutt fteebsd support passwords in a password manager via the source command: Sign up using Email and Password. To me it’s magic because the consequences are hard to deduce from the code.