> On Sat, Nov 1, 2014 at 11:26 PM, Alex Pilon <alp [ at ] alexpilon [ dot ] ca> wrote: > > One of the nice features of GMail is that it'll copy email sent through > > it using SMTP to the [Gmail]/Sent folder. Has anybody managed to do > > something similar with Postfix? On Sun, Nov 02, 2014 at 12:46:10AM -0400, Stephen Gregory wrote: > Have you tried using msmtp with mutt for the smtp? That's a hack: - Mutt has a built-in SMTP client. - I already have too many programs that do SMTP or IMAP on my computer. I don't want more bloat. - It doesn't solve the problem at all. The problem is that sending mail the traditional way is two operations, not atomic, when it should really be one. > > […] it's trivially possible to attempt send an email with mutt such > > that the email is copied to the IMAP sent folder (whatever your > > naming convention), but fails the SMTP submission.
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