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I found the solution. My problem was probably caused by a bug. Correct me if I'm wrong. The key referenced by smtpmail-auth-credentials MUST be stored as ~/.authinfo.gpg Interestingly enough, the value assigned to smtpmail-auth-credentials (mine was "/home/marc/.config/mu4e/protonmailpass.gpg" above) can be anything. The function will always ...


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Wow, what a ride into the world of elisp. I think I got it so that it works, well enough for my modest needs anyway (don't care about cross-posting, case differences etc). As with most things, you get more responses on SE by posting code than with an open-ended question such as I did originally, and I am happy to improve upon this snippet with suggestions. ...


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One can use one org-read to read the date from the mail and another one to increment the number of days as you wish. The following replacement of the relevant snippet of code does work for me: %(org-insert-time-stamp (org-read-date nil t \"++2d\" nil (org-read-date nil t \"%:date\")))


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