Monday, November 19, 2012
Printing with Mutt
By default, when you press the p key to print a message in mutt, you will not be prompted to choose a printer. Mutt will just print to the printer defined in your PRINTER environment variable.
To change the printer mutt uses , from within mutt, type in the following:
Make sure you type in the colon first. If you do not type in the colon first, the rest of what you type will be interpreted by mutt as commands (for example, the 's' from the word 'set' will try to save the message).
To see what your current printer command is, type in:
If you are using Gnome 3 and you would like to use your Default cups printer from within mutt, you can set your printer command as follows:
To make this setting permanent
edit your .muttrc file and put
at the end of the file like so
and this time without the :
at 12:43 PM