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Mutt: No Mailbox error

On  0, Matt Herzog <mherzog at> wrote:
> My mutt can't find its mailbox no matter where I put it.
> I can't see where my ~.muttrc might be conflicting with
> the system Muttrc. Sometimes I get messages saying,
> "You have mail in /var/mail/myusername" but the +mbox
> is an empty file when I look at it.

I am not an expert at Mutt, but you might want to check the "folder"
settings in your .muttrc. It should point to your local mbox.
Apart from that, you might want to check your MAIL* variable too.
They could give a clue to the problem.

Hope that helps a little.

Subba Rao
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