Hi all. I'm trying to figure out Himalaya on Windows. I don't know what functions don't work for one thing. I wanted to move the config to somewhere I can find it. Where ever it's at, I can't find it. I'd rather just have it in the same directory as the .exe and really, I want the whole thing to work that way. It won't let me set the mail type to imap, it always does maildir or what ever even if I type IMAP. Since I'm trying to access gmail, I assume that's the only option that will actually do it. -- Cheers: Aaron Spears, AKA Valiant8086 General Partner at Valiant Galaxy Associates "we make (VERY GOOD AUDIOGAMES) for the blind comunity" http://valiantGalaxy.com
> I'm trying to figure out Himalaya on Windows. I don't know what > functions don't work for one thing. They all work, as far as I can remember. I haven't tried the notmuch stuff, though, just imap. > I wanted to move the config to > somewhere I can find it. Where ever it's at, I can't find it. The location is `C:\Users\<you>\AppData\Roaming\himalaya`. You can put a `config.toml` file in there, but it was probably already created. > It won't let me set the mail type to imap, it always does maildir or > what ever even if I type IMAP. By default it *should* just use IMAP, but you can set it to use maildir "most of the time" and only sync when you ask it to. Even so, you can disable sync by setting `sync=false` in the config. Here is an example: ``` [skin] backend = "imap" email = "email@example.com" default = false display-name = "Skin" sender = "smtp" smtp-host = "smtp.migadu.com" smtp-port = 465 smtp-ssl = true smtp-login = "firstname.lastname@example.org" smtp-passwd-cmd = 'multipass smtp://smtp.migadu.com:445/ email@example.com' sync = true imap-host = "imap.migadu.com" imap-port = 993 imap-ssl = true imap-login = "firstname.lastname@example.org" imap-passwd-cmd = 'multipass imap://imap.migadu.com:993/ email@example.com' ``` In the above, you would just set `sync = false`. There's also the `--disable-cache` option if you only want to disable it temporarily. I personally like the sync thing. ^^^ The above was taken from here: https://git.djha.skin/me/dotfiles/src/branch/main/Windows/AppData/Roaming/himalaya/config.toml More info on how my himalaya was set up, you can explore that repo of my dotfiles, or go here and read how I set it up for a git email workflow: https://blog.djha.skin/p/git-email-workflow-made-easy-a-walkthrough/ Hope this helps.