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Tue, 24 Apr 2012 00:00:00 -0700

Tryng to improve my workflow by labelling my mail in Mutt.
(Gmail and some other systems might call this "tagging").

I prefer to keep most of my directly addressed incoming mail in the
one inbox, so I can see it all at once. However, I need a way to mark
some messages as for DP, teaching, research, social and other roles.

Mutt has built in support for searching, sorting and filtering on the
X-Label header (using ~y<label> as the pattern) and showing it on the
index view (add %y to the index_format) but there is no handy way to
edit it from the index (without editing the whole mail in the text

This is the sort of thing that should be easy with a macro that pipes
it through formail, but isn't, because I can't get mutt to replace the
old message with the new one. When I've slept on this hopefully the
solution will come to me.


Speaking of mail, as mentioned in my last post, My student email
addresses at RMIT (s30...@student... and dleigh@cs...) will expire in
a few days. Update thy ~/.mail_aliases.

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