require "../index.inc"; print htmlheader("The power of Mutt", "mutt muttrc abuse spam", "The power of Mutt", 'home < linux < mutt >'); ?>
All right, so you weren't patient enough to read the mutt faq, manual page
etc, and want to know right now what this cryptic configuration line
The first part, send-hook tells mutt we're initialising a send-hook - this is a piece of configuration that will be ran when a message is sent which somehow matches an expression.
This expression is the '~t ^abuse@'. The ~t is a mutt-ism, which tells mutt to match on the To-header. More patterns can be found at Section 4.2 of the mutt faq. The part following this, gives a Regular Expression to which the To-header should match. In this case, it matches on mail-adresses starting with 'abuse' -- the place to where spam-complaints should be sent.
Finally, there's a set of settings to be applied between the quotation-marks. These tell mutt to use 'spamtemplate' as the signature (cleverly disguised as the mailbody by the next two options), to forward the offending message as a mime-attachment, and to use a different sender-address.Quite cool huh? Further reading available at a mutt-manual near you. print html_footer(""); ?>