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grep is a command-line tool for searching text patterns in files

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If you want to grep recursively in all .eml.gz files in the current directory, you can use: find . -name \*.eml.gz -print0 | xargs -0 zgrep "STRING" You have to escape the first * so that the … shell does not interpret it. -print0 tells find to print a null character after each file it finds; xargs -0 reads from standard input and runs the command after it for each file; zgrep works like grep, but uncompresses the file first. …
answered Mar 2 '15 by J. K. Stafford