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hpr3467 :: Protonmail in the terminal

One way of doing Protonmail in the terminal.

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Hosted by dnt on 2021-11-16 is flagged as Explicit and is released under a CC-BY-SA license.
Tags: email,protonmail,alot,afew,notmuch,mbsync.
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I use email in the terminal with a combination of:

protonmail-bridge-cli
local IMAP server to fetch Protonmail mails
tmux
to run protonmail-bridge in
isync (or offlineimap etc)
to sync IMAP with maildirs
notmuch
to tag and search mails
afew
to move mails found by certain notmuch queries in certain maildirs
alot
to read, compose, search and tag mails
msmtp
to send mails
w3m (or lynx etc)
to read HTML mails in the terminal
rsync
to copy archived mails
a shell function and an alias
to make it all less ridiculous

To most, Thunderbird will be suitable, the target audience here is unreasonable people.

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