Recently the University of Bristol made the switch from the Google to Microsoft platform for email, calendar etc.
As a user of mutt the impact was somewhat minimal for me but I did have to figure out the new settings to get offlineimap to sync my mail and mutt to send it.

Here is what worked for me.

[Account bristol]
localrepository = bristol-Local
remoterepository = bristol-Remote
status_backend = sqlite
maxsyncaccounts = 6

[Repository bristol-Local]
type = Maildir
localfolders = ~/Mail/bristol

[Repository bristol-Remote]
type = IMAP
remoteuser = userid@bristol.ac.uk
remotepass = password
remotehost = outlook.office365.com
remoteport = 993
realdelete = no
ssl = yes
sslcacertfile = /etc/ssl/certs/ca-certificates.crt
folderfilter = lambda folder: folder in ['INBOX', 'Sent', 'Drafts', 'Sent Items', 'Junk E-Mail']

I use mutt directly for SMTP and the settings that work for me are
set smtp_url = "smtp://userid@bristol.ac.uk@smtp.office365.com:587"


Hopefully this helps someone else who knows mutt is the one true way of working with email :)
This was posted on Sun 23 Jul 2017 (1 year, 10 months ago) by Ryan McConville
You can use the Inkscape extension Tex Text to insert and render LaTeX within your Inkscape graphics.

You can find the latest version here. I'll include all the commands I ran below to get this up and running with the current latest version of Tex Text and Inkscape 0.91 r13725

wget http://pav.iki.fi/software/textext/textext-0.4.4.tar.gz

tar -xvzf textext-0.4.4.tar.gz

cp textext.inx textext.py .config/inkscape/extensions/

Restart inkscape (if required).

Within Inkscape and you can find the new extension under Extensions > Tex Text.
Type in some LaTeX text and it will insert the rendered text into your document.
This was posted on Fri 08 Jan 2016 (3 years, 5 months ago) by Ryan McConville