Commit 01d06b1f authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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* rmail.texi (Rmail Output): Mention rmail-automatic-folder-directives.

parent 7262a87c
2011-11-24 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* rmail.texi (Rmail Output):
Mention rmail-automatic-folder-directives. (Bug#9657)
2011-11-21 Chong Yidong <cyd@gnu.org>
* mark.texi (Global Mark Ring): Fix description of global mark
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......@@ -571,6 +571,22 @@ the file name to use, or more generally it may be any Lisp expression
that returns a file name as a string. @code{rmail-output-file-alist}
applies to both @kbd{o} and @kbd{C-o}.
@vindex rmail-automatic-folder-directives
Rmail can automatically save messages from your primary Rmail file
(the one that @code{rmail-file-name} specifies) to other files, based
on the value of the variable @code{rmail-automatic-folder-directives}.
This variable is a list of elements (@samp{directives}) that say which
messages to save where. Each directive is a list consisting of an
output file, followed by one or more pairs of a header name and a regular
expression. If a message has a header matching the specified regular
expression, that message is saved to the given file. If the directive
has more than one header entry, all must match. Rmail checks directives
when it shows a message from the file @code{rmail-file-name}, and
applies the first that matches (if any). If the output file is
@code{nil}, the message is deleted, not saved. For example, you can use
this feature to save messages from a particular address, or with a
particular subject, to a dedicated file.
@node Rmail Labels
@section Labels
@cindex label (Rmail)
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