I'm using Debian package elpa-notmuch  on my client and notmuch  on my
server, both versions are tagged 0.27-1~bpo9+2
I'm using the emacs interface remotely  so I set up the suggested wrapper
script on my client in ~/bin/notmuch (it's in my PATH): searching, tagging
and alike are working pretty well
I know I could use muchsync to keep all in sync and avoid using notmuch
remotely, but I have a central mailserver in my office and I would like to
avoid duplicating the database on all my workstations (I have a couple) in
I'm trying to use Fcc through notmuch-command, so I configured my client as
suggested  and also configured notmuch-fcc-dirs , this is my client
configuration (just skipping saved searches in this snippet):
when I start composing a new message Fcc: field is autocompleted with the
value ".INBOX.private" as configured
when I send the message, in the *Messages* emacs buffer I get:
Sending via mail... 
"/home/giovanni/.INBOX.private" does not exist, create it? (y or n) n
gnus-output-to-mail: Output file does not exist
I'm sure database.path on my server is "/var/mail/giovanni"
it seems that my client is not using "notmuch insert" for the new message,
despite notmuch-maildir-use-notmuch-insert is set to true (the default)...
or my server simply ignores database.path (unlikely since all indexing is
please am I missing something or did something wrong?