Here are the commands to create a summary for the current Rmail file. Once the Rmail file has a summary buffer, changes in the Rmail file (such as deleting or expunging messages, and getting new mail) automatically update the summary.
The h or C-M-h (
rmail-summary) command fills the summary buffer
for the current Rmail file with a summary of all the messages in the file.
It then displays and selects the summary buffer in another window.
C-M-l labels RET (
a partial summary mentioning only the messages that have one or more of the
labels labels. labels should contain label names separated by
C-M-r rcpts RET (
makes a partial summary mentioning only the messages that have one or more
of the recipients rcpts. rcpts should contain mailing
addresses separated by commas.
C-M-t topic RET (
makes a partial summary mentioning only the messages whose subjects have
a match for the regular expression topic.
Note that there is only one summary buffer for any Rmail file; making one kind of summary discards any previously made summary.
rmail-summary-window-size says how many lines to
use for the summary window. The variable
rmail-summary-line-count-flag controls whether the summary line
for a message should include the line count of the message.
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