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First enter delete-pattern mode by pressing Shift-D. Now you can use a date pattern to select the mails you want to delete (in dd/mm/yyyy format, month and year are optional): ~d 01/06/2015-01/08/2015


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This is in the works upstream, as of today, 2016/02/09. Quoting the linked mail: This is the third draft of the series initially announced in id:1449718786-28000-1-git-send-email-dkg at fifthhorseman.net (second draft was in id:1453258369-7366-1-git-send-email-dkg at fifthhorseman.net). It differs from v2 in that it incorporates the recent ...


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I found the correct answer here: Inside mutt, use the command :exec what-key Then pressing the desired key (like Ctrl+arrow) you can learn how to reference to any key. In my case I get for Ctrl+up.


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I was launching mutt by running tmux neww mutt. mutt was inheriting the environment set in tmux. This includes $GPG_TTY which is different for the new pane in which I'm running mutt (or unset if not in the tmux environment). I wrote a wrapper called gpgtty that sets $GPG_TTY correctly for new panes. #!/bin/sh GPG_TTY=$(tty) $* Then I launch mutt: tmux ...


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The -T value you are passing to w3m has a typo. It should be text/html instead of text/hmtl: text/html; w3m -I %{charset} -T text/html; copiousoutput;


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Add the following to the end of your .muttrc configuration file: push <first-entry> first-entry is the function called when you press Home, which takes you to the first message shown in your mailbox. push will add this function as a keyboard entry.



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