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All the Perl that's Practical to Extract and Report

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  • The command "c" is used in mutt to change folders. If you start the folder name with "=" mutt will look in the ~/Mail directory (or whatever you have the home mail folder set to). If you use a folname of "!" you can switch back to mailbox (/var/mail/$USER or the equivalent on your system). In a .muttrc file, you can select what is done for many circumstances; usually the choices are yes/no/ask-yes/ask-no to choose whether the action is taken, not taken, or interactive with a default.
    • Excellent, thanks for the info. I'll try out those commands when i get back home tonight. I did notice something about the yes/no/ask-yes/ask-no stuff in one of the websites I found, but it didn't include examples, so I wasn't clear what I was supposed to do with them. Will dig a little deeper now :)