On 23 Aug 2004, at 23:02, Timothy Murphy wrote:
> I have to use mutt on a remote computer,
> but I've forgotten the finer points of this program.
> When I have read email, I want to either delete it,
> or save it in a folder to run sa-learn on, or keep it.
> Is there a simple way of doing this?
>> I appeal yet again to the gnomes of ILUG.
Well, I'm more of a KDE person than a Gnome person, but I can still
help, I hope with a simple pointer to
To get you started, d marks the current mail for deletion, s saves the
current mail to a folder (and marks it for deletion), and q quits, at
which point you'll be asked whether to purge deleted messages or not,
and others are kept.
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