Filewatcher File Search File Search
Content Search
» » » » » notmuch_0.13.2-1~bpo60+1_i386.deb » Content »
pkg://notmuch_0.13.2-1~bpo60+1_i386.deb:92452/usr/share/man/man1/  info  control  downloads

notmuch - thread-based email index, search and tagging…  more info»


NOTMUCH-CONFIG(1)                                  NOTMUCH-CONFIG(1)

       notmuch-config - Access notmuch configuration file.

       notmuch config get <section>.<item>

       notmuch config set <section>.<item> [value ...]

       notmuch config list

       The  config command can be used to get or set settings in the
       notmuch configuration file.

           get The value of  the  specified  configuration  item  is
               printed  to  stdout.  If the item has multiple values
               (it is a list), each value is separated by a  newline

           set The  specified configuration item is set to the given
               value. To specify a  multiple-value  item  (a  list),
               provide  each  value as a separate command-line argu‐

               If no values are provided, the  specified  configura‐
               tion  item  will  be  removed  from the configuration

               Every configuration item is printed to  stdout,  each
               on a separate line of the form:


               No  additional whitespace surrounds the dot or equals
               sign characters. In a multiple-value item  (a  list),
               the values are separated by semicolon characters.

       The available configuration items are described below.

               The  top-level  directory  where  your mail currently
               exists and to where mail will  be  delivered  in  the
               future.  Files  should  be individual email messages.
               Notmuch will store its database within  a  sub-direc‐
               tory of the path configured here named .notmuch.

               Your full name.

               Your primary email address.

               A  list of other email addresses at which you receive

               A list of tags that will be  added  to  all  messages
               incorporated by notmuch new.

               A  list  of  file  and directory names, without path,
               that will not be searched  for  messages  by  notmuch
               new.   All  the files and directories matching any of
               the names specified here will be ignored,  regardless
               of  the  location in the mail store directory hierar‐

               A list of tags that  will  be  excluded  from  search
               results  by default. Using an excluded tag in a query
               will override that exclusion.

               If true, then the following maildir flags (in message
               filenames)  will be synchronized with the correspond‐
               ing notmuch tags:

                 Flag    Tag
                 ----    -------
                 D       draft
                 F       flagged
                 P       passed
                 R       replied
                 S       unread (added when 'S' flag is not present)

               The notmuch new command will notice flag  changes  in
               filenames  and update tags, while the notmuch tag and
               notmuch restore commands will notice tag changes  and
               update flags in filenames.

               If  there  have  been any changes in the maildir (new
               messages added, old ones removed or renamed,  maildir
               flags  changed, etc.), it is advisable to run notmuch
               new before notmuch tag or notmuch restore commands to
               ensure  the  tag changes are properly synchronized to
               the maildir flags, as the commands expect  the  data‐
               base and maildir to be in sync.

       The  following  environment  variables can be used to control
       the behavior of notmuch.

              Specifies the location of  the  notmuch  configuration
              file. Notmuch will use ${HOME}/.notmuch-config if this
              variable is not set.

       notmuch(1),   notmuch-count(1),   notmuch-dump(1),   notmuch-
       hooks(5),    notmuch-new(1),    notmuch-reply(1),    notmuch-
       restore(1), notmuch-search(1), notmuch-search-terms(7),  not‐
       much-show(1), notmuch-tag(1)

Notmuch 0.13.2               2012-06-01            NOTMUCH-CONFIG(1)
Results 1 - 1 of 1
Help - FTP Sites List - Software Dir.
Search over 15 billion files
© 1997-2017