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MEWL

MEWL

Section: User Commands (1) Updated: March 5, 2003
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NAME

mewl - Message scanner for Mew 4 or later  

SYNOPSIS

mewl [options] [folder [range]]  

DESCRIPTION

The mewl utility extracts necessary fields from messages stored in folders. This command is necessary for Mew to implement the asynchronous feature.

The options are as follows:

-a
Print all necessary fields when picking.
-b dir
Set the Mail home to dir.
-c bodylen
Set the max body length to be extracted to bodylen.
-d field
Set the field to be extracted to field.
-e command
Specify an external command to fetch mailbox.
-m options
Specify options for command.
-f fields
Specify fields to display.
-h
Display this help message.
-i file
Set the input stream to file.
-l length
Set the max field length to be extracted to length. The default value is 3. 0 means no limit.
-n
Don't use fstat().
-p pattern
Specify the pick pattern.
-s src
Set message source to src : '+folder range'.
-w
Wait for stdio input to synchronize.
-v
Display the version.
-x suffix
Use this suffix.

Definitions of the symbols above are as follows:

range
N | [start]-[end] | last:N
pattern
'key=val' | 'key!=val' | '!<pattern>' | '(<pattern>)' | '<pattern>&<pattern>' | '<pattern>|<pattern>'

 

BUGS

If a field is long, only the beginning three lines are extracted by default.


 

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