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Re: [Fsfe-uk] Administrivia: html duplicates

From: Ralph Corderoy
Subject: Re: [Fsfe-uk] Administrivia: html duplicates
Date: Sun, 27 Jan 2008 18:24:58 +0000

Hi Chris,

> >     pick -su horizon -an -f washington -an -b -7 -seq horiz
> > 
> >     # List the first ten, one per line.
> >     scan horiz:10
> > 
> > With personal ~/bin scripts like -sub for `pick ${0##*/} "$@" && scan
> > lp' and `sc' for `scan last:20' it gets quicker.  And I can mix its
> > commands up with awk, sort, etc., for the more unusual cases.
> That's fine if you already know what the subjects are, etc.  With
> ordinary email lists I don't, so mutt threads them and positions me at
> the first unread one, and I can see the thread tree.  If I want the next
> unread I hit TAB, I can go up and down easily, etc.

I was showing the search capabilities.  For normal reading you run
next(1), prev(1), etc., or ~/bin/n as it's so frequent, having sorted
the messages into a desired order other than how they turned up.



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