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README.md

aerc

aerc is an email client for your terminal.

A short demonstration can be found on https://aerc-mail.org/

Join the IRC channel: #aerc on irc.freenode.net for end-user support, and #aerc-dev for development.

Usage

On its first run, aerc will copy the default config files to ~/.config/aerc on Linux or ~/Library/Preferences/aerc on MacOS (or $XDG_CONFIG_HOME/aerc if set) and show the account configuration wizard.

If you redirect stdout to a file, logging output will be written to that file:

$ aerc > log

For instructions and documentation: see man aerc and further specific man pages on there.

Note that the example HTML filter (off by default), additionally needs w3m and dante to be installed.

Installation

Binary Packages

Recent versions of aerc are available on:

And likely other platforms.

From Source

Install the dependencies:

Then compile aerc:

$ make

aerc optionally supports notmuch. To enable it, you need to have a recent version of notmuch, including the header files (notmuch.h). Then compile aerc with the necessary build tags:

$ GOFLAGS=-tags=notmuch make

To install aerc locally:

# make install

Resources

Send patches and questions to ~sircmpwn/aerc@lists.sr.ht

Instructions for preparing a patch are available at git-send-email.io

Subscribe to release announcements on ~sircmpwn/aerc-announce

Bugs & todo here: ~sircmpwn/aerc2