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    A popular command-line Email client.

    Michael Elinks on mutt, circa 1995: ``All mail clients suck. This one just sucks less.

    Sven Guckes on mutt, ca. 2003: ``But it still sucks!

    Fnord, ca. 2006: see mutt next-generation (still sucks of course,but even less ;)

    mutt patterns[edit]

    Many of Mutt's commands allow you to specify a pattern to match (limit, tag-pattern, delete-pattern, etc.). There are several ways to select messages:

        ~A              all messages
        ~b EXPR         messages which contain EXPR in the message body
        ~B EXPR         messages which contain EXPR in the whole message
        ~c USER         messages carbon-copied to USER
        ~C EXPR         message is either to: or cc: EXPR
        ~D              deleted messages
        ~d [MIN]-[MAX]  messages with ``date-sent'' in a Date range
        ~E              expired messages
        ~e EXPR         message which contains EXPR in the ``Sender'' field
        ~F              flagged messages
        ~f USER         messages originating from USER
        ~g              PGP signed messages
        ~G              PGP encrypted messages
        ~h EXPR         messages which contain EXPR in the message header
        ~k              message contains PGP key material
        ~i ID           message which match ID in the ``Message-ID'' field
        ~L EXPR         message is either originated or received by EXPR
        ~l              message is addressed to a known mailing list
        ~m [MIN]-[MAX]  message in the range MIN to MAX *)
        ~n [MIN]-[MAX]  messages with a score in the range MIN to MAX *)
        ~N              new messages
        ~O              old messages
        ~p              message is addressed to you (consults $alternates)
        ~P              message is from you (consults $alternates)
        ~Q              messages which have been replied to
        ~R              read messages
        ~r [MIN]-[MAX]  messages with ``date-received'' in a Date range
        ~S              superseded messages
        ~s SUBJECT      messages having SUBJECT in the ``Subject'' field.
        ~T              tagged messages
        ~t USER         messages addressed to USER
        ~U              unread messages
        ~v              message is part of a collapsed thread.
        ~x EXPR         messages which contain EXPR in the `References' field
        ~y EXPR         messages which contain EXPR in the `X-Label' field
        ~z [MIN]-[MAX]  messages with a size in the range MIN to MAX *)
        ~=              duplicated messages (see $duplicate_threads)
    
    

    from mutt manual 4. Advanced Usage

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