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NAME

     mlist — list and filter messages

SYNOPSIS

     mlist [-DFPRST] [-X str]
           [-dfprst] [-x str]
           [-N | -n | -C | -c]
           [-i] [dirs ...]

DESCRIPTION

     mlist lists messages in the specified maildir folders dirs, separated by newlines.  If used
     non-interactively with no specified folders, mlist reads directory names from the standard
     input.

     The options are as follows:

     -D      Only list messages marked as draft.

     -F      Only list messages marked as flagged.

     -P      Only list messages marked as passed (resent/forwarded/bounced).

     -R      Only list messages marked as replied-to.

     -S      Only list messages marked as seen.

     -T      Only list messages marked as trashed.

     -X str  Only list messages marked with the characters in str.

     -d      Don't list messages marked as draft.

     -f      Don't list messages marked as flagged.

     -p      Don't list messages marked as passed (resent/forwarded/bounced).

     -r      Don't list messages marked as replied-to.

     -s      Don't list messages marked as seen.

     -t      Don't list messages marked as trashed.

     -x str  Don't list messages marked with the characters in str.  (Remember to use uppercase
             characters.)

     -C      Only list messages in cur.

     -N      Only list messages in new.

     -c      Don't list messages in cur.

     -n      Don't list messages in new.

     -i      Don't print filenames.  Instead, print a one-line summary for each folder, showing
             the number of unseen, flagged and total messages, along with the folder name.  If
             two or more folders are specified, a total for all folders will also be printed.

     Multiple options are regarded as a conjunction.

EXIT STATUS

     The mlist utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error occurs.

SEE ALSO

     find(1)

     Using maildir format:
           https://cr.yp.to/proto/maildir.html

AUTHORS

     Leah Neukirchen <leah@vuxu.org>

LICENSE

     mlist is in the public domain.

     To the extent possible under law, the creator of this work has waived all copyright and
     related or neighboring rights to this work.

           http://creativecommons.org/publicdomain/zero/1.0/