Enabling Unicode Email in Mutt and PuTTY
Unicode and Locale Fun
I still use mutt for my mail but recently rediscovered that on one remote host when connecting via PuTTY, my default settings left the line-drawn threading characters unreadable, which in turn affected scrolling.
The first solution I found was in this forum post. It suggested changing the terminal settings, instead of anything in mutt itself. I added these lines to my ~/.bashrc:
if [ "$TERM" = "putty" ]; then export LC_ALL=C else export LC_ALL=en_US.utf8 fi export TERM=xtermI then set the PuTTY terminal type (in the Connection -> Data options) to be...
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