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Re: Mutt Address book

On Wed, Sep 27, 2000 at 11:01:03PM -0400, Harry Henry Gebel (hgebel@inet.net) wrote:


> Mutt has alias completion, so if you had an alias "associates" you could
> type "assco" and then TAB and it would fill it in (or give you a menu for
> multiple addresses. If you hit TAB on a empty "To:" line it will give you a
> menu with all of your aliases. I think there is a command to automatically
> add an alias to .muttrc, but I like to keep my aliases in order so I don't
> know what that command is.


I tend to run a sort on my mutt address list (which I keep in a seperate
file from .muttrc) periodically.

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