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MU-BOOKMARKS(5)		      File Formats Manual	       MU-BOOKMARKS(5)

NAME
       bookmarks - file	with bookmarks (shortcuts) for mu search expressions

DESCRIPTION
       Bookmarks  are  named  shortcuts	for search queries. They allow using a
       convenient name for often-used queries. The bookmarks are also  visible
       as shortcuts in the mu experimental user	interfaces, mug	and mug2.

       mu  supports bookmarks stored in	a file called bookmarks	in the mu home
       directory (typically, this would	be ~/.mu/bookmarks).

       The bookmarks file is a typical	key=value  .ini-file,  which  is  best
       shown by	means of an example:

	   [mu]
	   inbox=maildir:/inbox			 # inbox
	   oldhat=maildir:/archive subject:hat	 # archived with subject containing 'hat'

       The [mu]	group header is	required.

       For practical uses of bookmarks,	see mu-find(1).

LOCATION
       The  bookmarks  file  is	 read from _muhome_/bookmarks. Typically, this
       would be	~/.mu/bookmarks, but this can be influenced using the --muhome
       parameter for mu-find(1)	and mug(1).

AUTHOR
       Dirk-Jan	C. Binnema <djcb@djcbsoftware.nl>

SEE ALSO
       mu(1) mu-find(1)

User Manuals			   May 2011		       MU-BOOKMARKS(5)

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