|MMSG(7)||Miscellaneous Information Manual||MMSG(7)|
In general, you can always specify a filename as a message, if it
contains a ‘
/’ character. (Use
./’ to prefix messages in the current
directory.) You can also specify a maildir folder, which will be expanded to
all messages in the cur/ directory.
Ranges have the format
where start and stop are
one-based indexes into the sequence. Negative numbers count from the end. If
start is the empty string,
will be used instead. If stop is the empty string,
-1 will be used instead. Thus,
:’ represents the whole sequence. If
the range does not contain a ‘
is considered to be a single message, equivalent to the range
of size one. The special notation
selects start and the next n
If the sequence is threaded, the following syntax may be used:
=’ refers to
the whole thread that contains msg.
^’ refers to
the parent of the message msg and may be repeated to
refer to grandparents.
_’ refers to
the subthread headed by msg (i.e. all messages below
msg, with more indentation).
The following special shortcuts may be used:
.+N’ and ‘
.-N’ can be used to refer to messages relative to the current message.
|July 3, 2020||x86_64|