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       Mutt understands the following simple patterns:         ~A           all messages        ~b EXPR      messages which contain EXPR in the message body        ~B EXPR      messages which contain EXPR in the whole message        ~c EXPR      messages carbon-copied to EXPR        ~C EXPR      message is either to: or cc: EXPR        ~d MIN-MAX   messages with "date-sent" in a Date range        ~D           deleted messages        ~e EXPR      message which contains EXPR in the "Sender" field        ~E           expired messages        ~f EXPR      messages originating from EXPR        ~F           flagged messages        ~g           PGP signed messages        ~G           PGP encrypted messages        ~h EXPR      messages which contain EXPR in the message header        ~H EXPR      messages with spam tags matching EXPR        ~i EXPR      message which match EXPR in the "Message-ID" field        ~k           message contains PGP key material        ~l           message is addressed to a known mailing list        ~L EXPR      message is either originated or received by EXPR        ~m MIN-MAX   message in the range MIN to MAX        ~n MIN-MAX   messages with a score in the range MIN to MAX        ~N           new messages        ~O           old messages        ~p           message is addressed to you (consults $alternates)        ~P           message is from you (consults $alternates)        ~Q           messages which have been replied to        ~r MIN-MAX   messages with "date-received" in a Date range        ~R           read messages        ~s EXPR      messages having EXPR in the "Subject" field.        ~S           superseded messages        ~t EXPR      messages addressed to EXPR        ~T           tagged messages        ~u           message is addressed to a subscribed mailing list        ~U           unread messages        ~v           message is part of a collapsed thread.        ~V           cryptographically verified messages        ~x EXPR      messages which contain EXPR in the "References" field        ~y EXPR      messages which contain EXPR in the "X-Label" field        ~z MIN-MAX   messages with a size in the range MIN to MAX        ~=           duplicated messages (see $duplicate_threads)        ~$           unreferenced message (requries threaded view)         In the above, EXPR is a regular expression.         With the ~m, ~n, and ~z operators, you can also specify ranges in the        forms <MAX, >MIN, MIN-, and -MAX.     Matching dates        The ~d and ~r operators are used to match date ranges, which are        interpreted to be given in your local time zone.         A  date is of the form DD[/MM[/[cc]YY]], that is, a two-digit date,        optionally followed by a two-digit month, optionally followed by a year        specifications.  Omitted fields default to the current month and year.  (source: man (5) muttrc) 

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