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Re: Off Topic: mutt and threading

On Tue, Oct 03, 2000 at 01:23:20PM -0500, will trillich wrote:
> On Mon, Oct 02, 2000 at 09:11:21PM -0500, William Jensen wrote:
> > When I change into debian-user folder I have to always use o t for sort by
> > thread.  There has to be a way that I can tell mutt to always use threaded
> > mode?
> you've got part of the answer.
> what if you also want the mailboxes displayed in date order?
> there may be another way, but here's how i did it:
> 	% alias m 'mutt -y -e "push Od"'


I also have a mutt-related question:

If I leave a mailbox having new mails, they become _O_ld. I don't
like this.  Can this be changed so that mails stay _N_ew even when I
leave a mailbox and return to it later?

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