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-*mail_mutt.txt* For Vim version 7.0 Last change: 2017 November 12
-This plugin allows you to quickly start writing an email message in Mutt with
-a range of lines from the current buffer as the initial mail content.
-This plugin is only available if 'compatible' is not set.
-You will want to have the mutt(1) command from the Mutt distribution installed
-to use this plugin. Mutt is available from <http://www.mutt.org/>.
-COMMANDS *mail_mutt-commands* *:MailMutt*
-This plugin provides a single command `:MailMutt` command which accepts a line
-range prefix defaulting to the entire buffer, writing these lines to a
-temporary file that is then provided to the -i option of the Mutt mail user
-agent, as the initial content of a new message.
-Three <Plug> mapping targets are also provided for convenience. No attempt is
-made to map key sequences to these mappings within the plugin; you must do
-this explicitly in your |vimrc|.
-Th <Plug>MailMuttLine mapping runs `:MailMutt` on the current line in normal
-mode. A binding example might be:
- :nmap <Leader>ml <Plug>MailMuttLine
-The <Plug>MailMuttBuffer mapping runs `:MailMutt` on the whole buffer in
-normal mode. A binding example might be:
- :nmap <Leader>mb <Plug>MailMuttBuffer
-The <Plug>MailMuttSelected mapping runs `:MailMutt` on the selected lines in
-visual or selection mode. A binding example might be:
- :vmap <Leader>ms <Plug>MailMuttSelected
-Written and maintained by Tom Ryder <email@example.com>.
-Licensed for distribution under the same terms as Vim itself (see |license|).
-This plugin lives in Tom Ryder's "dotfiles" suite, and may eventually be spun
-off into a separate distribution as it solidifies and this documentation
-improves. See <https://sanctum.geek.nz/cgit/dotfiles.git/about/> for more