At first glance, this is obviously an encyclopedic reference for Mutt users, and immensely valuable. I am grateful to be reminded of its existence!
My problem may, however, be insoluble. Time/Warner Cable is unwilling or unable to provide me with information that will allow me to connect so as to download mail from their server. At every turn, the question was, "What e-mail address do you want?" or, "What is your current e-mail address?" As far as I could tell, the policy is that a mail user agent (which is exactly what Mutt is) is simply not welcome to connect to the Time/Warner server and download mail intended for a subscriber; that's new to me, and distressing.
If I understand things correctly -- which is unlikely, I admit -- it seems that e-mail is about to become entirely web-based. MUAs like Mutt are becoming a thing of the past as ISPs lock them out, and more's the pity.
I hope I'm wrong! Can anybody prove that I am, please?
In truth, I'm considering changing to a congenial ISP simply in order to be able to use Mutt again. Had I known that Time/Warner would be so frustrating and exclusionary, I would never have signed up with this company. This is a genuine disappointment, and I hope there is a way of resolving it so I can get away from Gmail and all other web-based e-mail services.