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  1. #
  2. # Alpine configuration file
  3. #
  4. # This file sets the configuration options used by Alpine and PC-Alpine. These
  5. # options are usually set from within Alpine or PC-Alpine. There may be a
  6. # system-wide configuration file which sets the defaults for some of the
  7. # variables. On Unix, run alpine -conf to see how system defaults have been set.
  8. # For variables that accept multiple values, list elements are separated by
  9. # commas. A line beginning with a space or tab is considered to be a
  10. # continuation of the previous line. For a variable to be unset its value must
  11. # be blank. To set a variable to the empty string its value should be "".
  12. # You can override system defaults by setting a variable to the empty string.
  13. # Lines beginning with "#" are comments, and ignored by Alpine.
  14.  
  15. # Over-rides your full name from Unix password file. Required for PC-Alpine.
  16. personal-name=
  17.  
  18. # Sets domain part of From: and local addresses in outgoing mail.
  19. user-domain=
  20.  
  21. # List of SMTP servers for sending mail. If blank: Unix Alpine uses sendmail.
  22. smtp-server=smtp.gmail.com
  23.  
  24. # NNTP server for posting news. Also sets news-collections for news reading.
  25. nntp-server=
  26.  
  27. # Path of (local or remote) INBOX, e.g. ={mail.somewhere.edu}inbox
  28. # Normal Unix default is the local INBOX (usually /usr/spool/mail/$USER).
  29. inbox-path=
  30.  
  31. # List of folder pairs; the first indicates a folder to archive, and the
  32. # second indicates the folder read messages in the first should
  33. # be moved to.
  34. incoming-archive-folders=
  35.  
  36. # List of folders, assumed to be in first folder collection,
  37. # offered for pruning each month.  For example: mumble
  38. pruned-folders=
  39.  
  40. # Over-rides default path for sent-mail folder, e.g. =old-mail (using first
  41. # folder collection dir) or ={host2}sent-mail or ="" (to suppress saving).
  42. # Default: sent-mail (Unix) or SENTMAIL.MTX (PC) in default folder collection.
  43. default-fcc=
  44.  
  45. # Over-rides default path for saved-msg folder, e.g. =saved-messages (using 1st
  46. # folder collection dir) or ={host2}saved-mail or ="" (to suppress saving).
  47. # Default: saved-messages (Unix) or SAVEMAIL.MTX (PC) in default collection.
  48. default-saved-msg-folder=
  49.  
  50. # Over-rides default path for postponed messages folder, e.g. =pm (which uses
  51. # first folder collection dir) or ={host4}pm (using home dir on host4).
  52. # Default: postponed-msgs (Unix) or POSTPOND.MTX (PC) in default fldr coltn.
  53. postponed-folder=Drafts
  54.  
  55. # If set, specifies where already-read messages will be moved upon quitting.
  56. read-message-folder=
  57.  
  58. # If set, specifies where form letters should be stored.
  59. form-letter-folder=
  60.  
  61. # If set, specifies where trash is moved to in Web Alpine.
  62. trash-folder=
  63.  
  64. # Contains the actual signature contents as opposed to the signature filename.
  65. # If defined, this overrides the signature-file. Default is undefined.
  66. literal-signature=
  67.  
  68. # Over-rides default path for signature file. Default is ~/.signature
  69. signature-file=
  70.  
  71. # List of features; see Alpine's Setup/options menu for the current set.
  72. # e.g. feature-list= select-without-confirm, signature-at-bottom
  73. # Default condition for all of the features is no-.
  74. feature-list=compose-rejects-unqualified-addrs,
  75.         no-compose-cut-from-cursor,
  76.         quell-dead-letter-on-cancel,
  77.         spell-check-before-sending,
  78.         enable-background-sending,
  79.         enable-delivery-status-notification,
  80.         enable-dot-folders,
  81.         expanded-view-of-folders,
  82.         enable-msg-view-attachments,
  83.         prefer-plain-text,
  84.         allow-talk,
  85.         check-newmail-when-quitting,
  86.         quit-without-confirm,
  87.         tab-checks-recent
  88.  
  89. # Alpine executes these keys upon startup (e.g. to view msg 13: i,j,1,3,CR,v)
  90. initial-keystroke-list=
  91.  
  92. # Only show these headers (by default) when composing messages
  93. default-composer-hdrs=
  94.  
  95. # Add these customized headers (and possible default values) when composing
  96. customized-hdrs=
  97.  
  98. # When viewing messages, include this list of headers
  99. viewer-hdrs=
  100.  
  101. # When viewing messages, number of blank spaces between left display edge and text
  102. viewer-margin-left=
  103.  
  104. # When viewing messages, number of blank spaces between right display edge and text
  105. viewer-margin-right=
  106.  
  107. # When viewing messages, number of lines of quote displayed before suppressing
  108. quote-suppression-threshold=
  109.  
  110. # Determines default folder name for Saves...
  111. # Choices: default-folder, by-sender, by-from, by-recipient, last-folder-used.
  112. # Default: "default-folder", i.e. "saved-messages" (Unix) or "SAVEMAIL" (PC).
  113. saved-msg-name-rule=
  114.  
  115. # Determines default name for Fcc...
  116. # Choices: default-fcc, by-recipient, last-fcc-used.
  117. # Default: "default-fcc" (see also "default-fcc=" variable.)
  118. fcc-name-rule=
  119.  
  120. # Sets presentation order of messages in Index. Choices:
  121. # Subject, From, Arrival, Date, Size, To, Cc, OrderedSubj, Score, and Thread.
  122. # Order may be reversed by appending /Reverse. Default: "Arrival".
  123. sort-key=
  124.  
  125. # Sets presentation order of address book entries. Choices: dont-sort,
  126. # fullname-with-lists-last, fullname, nickname-with-lists-last, nickname
  127. # Default: "fullname-with-lists-last".
  128. addrbook-sort-rule=
  129.  
  130. # Sets presentation order of folder list entries. Choices: alphabetical,
  131. # alpha-with-dirs-last, alpha-with-dirs-first.
  132. # Default: "alpha-with-directories-last".
  133. folder-sort-rule=
  134.  
  135. # Sets the default folder and collection offered at the Goto Command's prompt.
  136. goto-default-rule=
  137.  
  138. # Sets message which cursor begins on. Choices: first-unseen, first-recent,
  139. # first-important, first-important-or-unseen, first-important-or-recent,
  140. # first, last. Default: "first-unseen".
  141. incoming-startup-rule=
  142.  
  143. # Allows a default answer for the prune folder questions. Choices: yes-ask,
  144. # yes-no, no-ask, no-no, ask-ask, ask-no. Default: "ask-ask".
  145. pruning-rule=
  146.  
  147. # Controls behavior when reopening an already open folder.
  148. folder-reopen-rule=
  149.  
  150. # Style that MESSAGE INDEX is displayed in when threading.
  151. threading-display-style=
  152.  
  153. # Style of THREAD INDEX or default MESSAGE INDEX when threading.
  154. threading-index-style=
  155.  
  156. # When threading, character used to indicate collapsed messages underneath.
  157. threading-indicator-character=
  158.  
  159. # When threading, character used to indicate expanded messages underneath.
  160. threading-expanded-character=
  161.  
  162. # When threading, character used to indicate this is the last reply
  163. # to the parent of this message.
  164. threading-lastreply-character=
  165.  
  166. # Reflects capabilities of the display you have.
  167. # If unset, the default is taken from your locale. That is usually the right
  168. # thing to use. Typical alternatives include UTF-8, ISO-8859-x, and EUC-JP
  169. # (where x is a number between 1 and 9).
  170. display-character-set=
  171.  
  172. # Reflects capabilities of the keyboard you have.
  173. # If unset, the default is to use the same value
  174. # used for the display-character-set.
  175. keyboard-character-set=
  176.  
  177. # Defaults to UTF-8. This is used for outgoing messages.
  178. # It is usually correct to leave this unset.
  179. posting-character-set=
  180.  
  181. # Defaults to nothing, which is equivalent to US-ASCII. This is used for
  182. # unlabeled incoming messages. It is ok to leave this unset but if you receive
  183. # unlabeled mail that is usually in some known character set, set that here.
  184. unknown-character-set=
  185.  
  186. # Specifies the program invoked by ^_ in the Composer,
  187. # or the "enable-alternate-editor-implicitly" feature.
  188. editor=nano
  189.  
  190. # Specifies the program invoked by ^T in the Composer.
  191. speller=
  192.  
  193. # Specifies the column of the screen where the composer should wrap.
  194. composer-wrap-column=
  195.  
  196. # Specifies the string to insert when replying to a message.
  197. reply-indent-string=
  198.  
  199. # Specifies the introduction to insert when replying to a message.
  200. reply-leadin=
  201.  
  202. # Specifies the string to replace quotes with when viewing a message.
  203. quote-replace-string=
  204.  
  205. # When these characters appear in the middle of a word in the composer
  206. # the forward word function will stop at the first text following (as happens
  207. # with SPACE characters by default)
  208. composer-word-separators=
  209.  
  210. # Specifies the string to use when sending a  message with no to or cc.
  211. empty-header-message=
  212.  
  213. # Program to view images (e.g. GIF or TIFF attachments).
  214. image-viewer=
  215.  
  216. # If "user-domain" not set, strips hostname in FROM address. (Unix only)
  217. use-only-domain-name=
  218.  
  219. # This variable takes a list of programs that message text is piped into
  220. # after MIME decoding, prior to display.
  221. display-filters=
  222.  
  223. # This defines a program that message text is piped into before MIME
  224. # encoding, prior to sending
  225. sending-filters=
  226.  
  227. # A list of alternate addresses the user is known by
  228. alt-addresses=
  229.  
  230. # A list of keywords for use in categorizing messages
  231. keywords=
  232.  
  233. # Characters which surround keywords in SUBJKEY token.
  234. # Default is "{" "} "
  235. keyword-surrounding-chars=
  236.  
  237. # Characters between subject and opening text in SUBJECTTEXT token.
  238. # Default is " - "
  239. opening-text-separator-chars=
  240.  
  241. # This is a list of formats for address books.  Each entry in the list is made
  242. # up of space-delimited tokens telling which fields are displayed and in
  243. # which order.  See help text
  244. addressbook-formats=
  245.  
  246. # This gives a format for displaying the index.  It is made
  247. # up of space-delimited tokens telling which fields are displayed and in
  248. # which order.  See help text
  249. index-format=
  250.  
  251. # The number of lines of overlap when scrolling through message text
  252. viewer-overlap=
  253.  
  254. # Number of lines from top and bottom of screen where single
  255. # line scrolling occurs.
  256. scroll-margin=
  257.  
  258. # The number of seconds to sleep after writing a status message
  259. status-message-delay=
  260.  
  261. # Number of times per-second to update busy cue messages
  262. busy-cue-rate=
  263.  
  264. # The approximate number of seconds between checks for new mail
  265. mail-check-interval=
  266.  
  267. # The approximate number of seconds between checks for new mail in folders
  268. # other than the current folder and inbox.
  269. # Default is same as mail-check-interval
  270. mail-check-interval-noncurrent=
  271.  
  272. # The minimum number of seconds between checks for new mail in a Mail Drop.
  273. # This is always effectively at least as large as the mail-check-interval
  274. maildrop-check-minimum=
  275.  
  276. # For newsgroups accessed using NNTP, only messages numbered in the range
  277. # lastmsg-range+1 to lastmsg will be considered
  278. nntp-range=
  279.  
  280. # Full path and name of NEWSRC file
  281. newsrc-path=
  282.  
  283. # Path and filename of news configuration's active file.
  284. # The default is typically "/usr/lib/news/active".
  285. news-active-file-path=
  286.  
  287. # Directory containing system's news data.
  288. # The default is typically "/usr/spool/news"
  289. news-spool-directory=
  290.  
  291. # Path and filename of the program used to upload text from your terminal
  292. # emulator's into Alpine's composer.
  293. upload-command=
  294.  
  295. # Text sent to terminal emulator prior to invoking the program defined by
  296. # the upload-command variable.
  297. # Note: _FILE_ will be replaced with the temporary file used in the upload.
  298. upload-command-prefix=
  299.  
  300. # Path and filename of the program used to download text via your terminal
  301. # emulator from Alpine's export and save commands.
  302. download-command=
  303.  
  304. # Text sent to terminal emulator prior to invoking the program defined by
  305. # the download-command variable.
  306. # Note: _FILE_ will be replaced with the temporary file used in the download.
  307. download-command-prefix=
  308.  
  309. # Sets the search path for the mailcap configuration file.
  310. # NOTE: colon delimited under UNIX, semi-colon delimited under DOS/Windows/OS2.
  311. mailcap-search-path=
  312.  
  313. # Sets the search path for the mimetypes configuration file.
  314. # NOTE: colon delimited under UNIX, semi-colon delimited under DOS/Windows/OS2.
  315. mimetype-search-path=
  316.  
  317. # List of programs to open Internet URLs (e.g. http or ftp references).
  318. url-viewers=
  319.  
  320. # The maximum number of non-stayopen remote connections that Alpine will use
  321. max-remote-connections=
  322.  
  323. # A list of folders that should be left open once opened (INBOX is implicit)
  324. stay-open-folders=
  325.  
  326. # Sets the time in seconds that Alpine will attempt to open a network
  327. # connection when checking for new unseen messages in an incoming folder.
  328. #  The default is 5.
  329. incoming-check-timeout=
  330.  
  331. # Sets the approximate number of seconds between checks for unseen messages
  332. # in incoming folders. The default is 180.
  333. incoming-check-interval=
  334.  
  335. # Sets the approximate number of seconds between checks for unseen messages
  336. # for other than local or IMAP folders. The default is 180.
  337. incoming-check-interval-secondary=
  338.  
  339. # List of incoming folders to check for unseen messages. The default if left
  340. # blank is to check all incoming folders.
  341. incoming-check-list=
  342.  
  343. # Specifies the number of dead letter files to keep when canceling.
  344. dead-letter-files=
  345.  
  346. # Sets the filename for the newmail fifo (named pipe). Unix only.
  347. newmail-fifo-path=
  348.  
  349. # Sets the width for the NewMail screen.
  350. newmail-window-width=
  351.  
  352. # List of incoming msg folders besides INBOX, e.g. ={host2}inbox, {host3}inbox
  353. # Syntax: optnl-label {optnl-imap-host-name}folder-path
  354. incoming-folders=
  355.  
  356. # List of directories where saved-message folders may be. First one is
  357. # the default for Saves. Example: Main {host1}mail/[], Desktop mail\[]
  358. # Syntax: optnl-label {optnl-imap-hostname}optnl-directory-path[]
  359. folder-collections=mail/[],
  360.         gmail {imap.gmail.com/ssl/user=youraddress@gmail.com}[]
  361.  
  362. # List, only needed if nntp-server not set, or news is on a different host
  363. # than used for NNTP posting. Examples: News *[] or News *{host3/nntp}[]
  364. # Syntax: optnl-label *{news-host/protocol}[]
  365. news-collections=
  366.  
  367. # List of file or path names for personal addressbook(s).
  368. # Default: ~/.addressbook (Unix) or \PINE\ADDRBOOK (PC)
  369. # Syntax: optnl-label path-name
  370. address-book=
  371.  
  372. # List of file or path names for global/shared addressbook(s).
  373. # Default: none
  374. # Syntax: optnl-label path-name
  375. global-address-book=
  376.  
  377. # Set by Alpine; controls beginning-of-month sent-mail pruning.
  378. last-time-prune-questioned=111.5
  379.  
  380. # Set by Alpine; controls display of "new version" message.
  381. last-version-used=6.02
  382.  
  383. # This names the path to an alternative program, and any necessary arguments,
  384. # to be used in posting mail messages.  Example:
  385. #                    /usr/lib/sendmail -oem -t -oi
  386. # or,
  387. #                    /usr/local/bin/sendit.sh
  388. # The latter a script found in Alpine distribution's contrib/util directory.
  389. # NOTE: The program MUST read the message to be posted on standard input,
  390. #       AND operate in the style of sendmail's "-t" option.
  391. sendmail-path=
  392.  
  393. # This names the root of the tree to which the user is restricted when reading
  394. # and writing folders and files.  For example, on Unix ~/work confines the
  395. # user to the subtree beginning with their work subdirectory.
  396. # (Note: this alone is not sufficient for preventing access.  You will also
  397. # need to restrict shell access and so on, see Alpine Technical Notes.)
  398. # Default: not set (so no restriction)
  399. operating-dir=
  400.  
  401. # If no user input for this many hours, Alpine will exit if in an idle loop
  402. # waiting for a new command.  If set to zero (the default), then there will
  403. # be no timeout.
  404. user-input-timeout=
  405.  
  406. # Sets the time in seconds that Alpine will attempt to open a network
  407. # connection.  The default is 30, the minimum is 5, and the maximum is
  408. # system defined (typically 75).
  409. tcp-open-timeout=
  410.  
  411. # Network read warning timeout. The default is 15, the minimum is 5, and the
  412. # maximum is 1000.
  413. tcp-read-warning-timeout=
  414.  
  415. # Network write warning timeout. The default is 0 (unset), the minimum
  416. # is 5 (if not 0), and the maximum is 1000.
  417. tcp-write-warning-timeout=
  418.  
  419. # If this much time has elapsed at the time of a tcp read or write
  420. # timeout, Alpine will ask if you want to break the connection.
  421. # Default is 60 seconds, minimum is 5, maximum is 1000.
  422. tcp-query-timeout=
  423.  
  424. # Sets the format of the command used to open a UNIX remote
  425. # shell connection.  The default is "%s %s -l %s exec /etc/r%sd"
  426. # NOTE: the 4 (four) "%s" entries MUST exist in the provided command
  427. # where the first is for the command's path, the second is for the
  428. # host to connect to, the third is for the user to connect as, and the
  429. # fourth is for the connection method (typically "imap")
  430. rsh-command=
  431.  
  432. # Sets the name of the command used to open a UNIX remote shell connection.
  433. # The default is typically /usr/ucb/rsh.
  434. rsh-path=
  435.  
  436. # Sets the time in seconds that Alpine will attempt to open a UNIX remote
  437. # shell connection.  The default is 15, min is 5, and max is unlimited.
  438. # Zero disables rsh altogether.
  439. rsh-open-timeout=
  440.  
  441. # Sets the format of the command used to open a UNIX secure
  442. # shell connection.  The default is "%s %s -l %s exec /etc/r%sd"
  443. # NOTE: the 4 (four) "%s" entries MUST exist in the provided command
  444. # where the first is for the command's path, the second is for the
  445. # host to connect to, the third is for the user to connect as, and the
  446. # fourth is for the connection method (typically "imap")
  447. ssh-command=
  448.  
  449. # Sets the name of the command used to open a UNIX secure shell connection.
  450. # Typically this is /usr/bin/ssh.
  451. ssh-path=
  452.  
  453. # Sets the time in seconds that Alpine will attempt to open a UNIX secure
  454. # shell connection.  The default is 15, min is 5, and max is unlimited.
  455. # Zero disables ssh altogether.
  456. ssh-open-timeout=
  457.  
  458. # Sets the version number Alpine will use as a threshold for offering
  459. # its new version message on startup.
  460. new-version-threshold=
  461.  
  462. # List of mail drivers to disable.
  463. disable-these-drivers=
  464.  
  465. # List of SASL authenticators to disable.
  466. disable-these-authenticators=
  467.  
  468. # Set by Alpine; contains data for caching remote address books.
  469. remote-abook-metafile=
  470.  
  471. # How many extra copies of remote address book should be kept. Default: 3
  472. remote-abook-history=
  473.  
  474. # Minimum number of minutes between checks for remote address book changes.
  475. # 0 means never check except when opening a remote address book.
  476. # -1 means never check. Default: 5
  477. remote-abook-validity=
  478.  
  479. # Your default printer selection
  480. printer=
  481.  
  482. # List of special print commands
  483. personal-print-command=
  484.  
  485. # Which category default print command is in
  486. personal-print-category=
  487.  
  488. # Patterns and their actions are stored here.
  489. patterns-roles=LIT:pattern="/NICK=gmail/FLDTYPE=SPEC/FOLDER={imap.gmail.com\/ssl\/user=youraddress@gmail.com}INBOX,{imap.gmail.com\/ssl\/user=youraddress@gmail.com}INBOX" action="/ROLE=1/FROM=youraddress@gmail.com/SMTP=smtp.gmail.com:587\/tls\/user=youraddress@gmail.com/RTYPE=YES/FTYPE=YES/CTYPE=YES"
  490.  
  491. # Patterns and their actions are stored here.
  492. patterns-filters2=
  493.  
  494. # Patterns and their actions are stored here.
  495. patterns-scores2=
  496.  
  497. # Patterns and their actions are stored here.
  498. patterns-indexcolors=
  499.  
  500. # Patterns and their actions are stored here.
  501. patterns-other=
  502.  
  503. # Patterns and their actions are stored here.
  504. patterns-search=
  505.  
  506. # Controls display of color
  507. color-style=
  508.  
  509. # Controls display of color for current index line
  510. current-indexline-style=
  511.  
  512. # Controls display of color for the titlebar at top of screen
  513. titlebar-color-style=
  514.  
  515. # Choose: black, blue, green, cyan, red, magenta, yellow, or white.
  516. normal-foreground-color=
  517. normal-background-color=
  518. reverse-foreground-color=
  519. reverse-background-color=
  520. title-foreground-color=
  521. title-background-color=
  522. title-closed-foreground-color=
  523. title-closed-background-color=
  524. status-foreground-color=
  525. status-background-color=
  526. keylabel-foreground-color=
  527. keylabel-background-color=
  528. keyname-foreground-color=
  529. keyname-background-color=
  530. selectable-item-foreground-color=
  531. selectable-item-background-color=
  532. meta-message-foreground-color=
  533. meta-message-background-color=
  534. quote1-foreground-color=
  535. quote1-background-color=
  536. quote2-foreground-color=
  537. quote2-background-color=
  538. quote3-foreground-color=
  539. quote3-background-color=
  540. incoming-unseen-foreground-color=
  541. incoming-unseen-background-color=
  542. signature-foreground-color=
  543. signature-background-color=
  544. prompt-foreground-color=
  545. prompt-background-color=
  546. header-general-foreground-color=
  547. header-general-background-color=
  548. index-to-me-foreground-color=
  549. index-to-me-background-color=
  550. index-important-foreground-color=
  551. index-important-background-color=
  552. index-deleted-foreground-color=
  553. index-deleted-background-color=
  554. index-answered-foreground-color=
  555. index-answered-background-color=
  556. index-new-foreground-color=
  557. index-new-background-color=
  558. index-recent-foreground-color=
  559. index-recent-background-color=
  560. index-forward-foreground-color=
  561. index-forward-background-color=
  562. index-unseen-foreground-color=
  563. index-unseen-background-color=
  564. index-highpriority-foreground-color=
  565. index-highpriority-background-color=
  566. index-lowpriority-foreground-color=
  567. index-lowpriority-background-color=
  568. index-arrow-foreground-color=
  569. index-arrow-background-color=
  570. index-subject-foreground-color=
  571. index-subject-background-color=
  572. index-from-foreground-color=
  573. index-from-background-color=
  574. index-opening-foreground-color=
  575. index-opening-background-color=
  576.  
  577. # When viewing messages, these are the header colors
  578. viewer-hdr-colors=
  579.  
  580. # Colors used to display keywords in the index
  581. keyword-colors=
  582.  
  583. # Public certificates are kept in files in this directory. The files should
  584. # contain certificates in PEM format. The name of each file should look
  585. # like <emailaddress>.crt. The default directory is .alpine-smime/public.
  586. smime-public-cert-directory=
  587.  
  588. # If this option is set then public certificates are kept in a single container
  589. # "file" similar to a remote configuration file instead of in the
  590. # smime-publiccert-directory. The value can be a remote or local folder
  591. # specification like for a non-standard pinerc value. The default
  592. # is that it is not set.
  593. smime-public-cert-container=
  594.  
  595. # Private keys are kept in files in this directory. The files are in PEM format.
  596. # The name of a file should look like <emailaddress>.key.
  597. # The default directory is .alpine-smime/private.
  598. smime-private-key-directory=
  599.  
  600. # If this option is set then private keys are kept in a single container
  601. # "file" similar to a remote configuration file instead of in the
  602. # private-key-directory. The value can be a remote or local folder
  603. # specification like for a non-standard pinerc value. The default
  604. # is that it is not set.
  605. smime-private-key-container=
  606.  
  607. # Certificate Authority certificates (in addition to the normal CACerts for the
  608. # system) are kept in files in this directory. The files are in PEM format.
  609. # Filenames should end with .crt. The default directory is .alpine-smime/ca.
  610. smime-cacert-directory=
  611.  
  612. # If this option is set then CAcerts are kept in a single container
  613. # "file" similar to a remote configuration file instead of in the
  614. # ca-cert-directory. The value can be a remote or local folder
  615. # specification like for a non-standard pinerc value. The default
  616. # is that it is not set.
  617. smime-cacert-container=
  618.  
  619. # LDAP servers for looking up addresses.
  620. ldap-servers=
  621.  
  622. # RSS News feed
  623. rss-news=
  624.  
  625. # RSS Weather feed
  626. rss-weather=
  627.  
  628. # Web Alpine index table row height
  629. wp-indexheight=
  630.  
  631. # Web Alpine number of index lines in table
  632. wp-indexlines=
  633.  
  634. # Web Alpine aggregate operations tab state
  635. wp-aggstate=
  636.  
  637. # Web Alpine various aspects of cross-session state
  638. wp-state=
  639.  
  640. # Web Alpine preferred width for message display in characters
  641. wp-columns=
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