Provided by: notmuch_0.12-1_i386 bug


       notmuch-new - Incorporate new mail into the notmuch database.


       notmuch new [--no-hooks]


       Find and import any new messages to the database.

       The  new  command scans all sub-directories of the database, performing
       full-text indexing on new messages that are  found.  Each  new  message
       will automatically be tagged with both the inbox and unread tags.

       You  should  run  notmuch new once after first running notmuch setup to
       create the initial database. The first run may take a long time if  you
       have a significant amount of mail (several hundred thousand messages or
       more). Subsequently, you should run notmuch new whenever  new  mail  is
       delivered  and  you  wish  to  incorporate  it into the database. These
       subsequent runs will be much quicker than the initial run.

       Invoking notmuch with no command argument will run new if notmuch setup
       has  previously been completed, but notmuch new has not previously been

       notmuch new updates tags according  to  maildir  flag  changes  if  the
       maildir.synchronize_flags configuration option is enabled. See notmuch-
       config(1) for details.

       The new command supports hooks. See  notmuch-hooks(5) for more  details
       on hooks.

       Supported options for new include


               Prevents hooks from being run.


       notmuch(1),   notmuch-config(1),   notmuch-count(1),   notmuch-dump(1),
       notmuch-hooks(5),   notmuch-reply(1),   notmuch-restore(1),    notmuch-
       search(1), notmuch-search-terms(7), notmuch-show(1), notmuch-tag(1)