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NOTMUCH-CONFIG(1)                            notmuch                            NOTMUCH-CONFIG(1)

       notmuch-config - access notmuch configuration file

       notmuch config get <section>.<item>

       notmuch config set <section>.<item> [value ...]

       notmuch config list

       The config command can be used to get or set settings in the notmuch configuration file.

          get    The  value of the specified configuration item is printed to stdout. If the item
                 has multiple values (it is a list), each value is separated by a newline charac‐

          set    The  specified configuration item is set to the given value. To specify a multi‐
                 ple-value item (a list), provide each value as a separate command-line argument.

                 If no values are provided, the specified configuration item will be removed from
                 the configuration file.

          list   Every  configuration  item  is printed to stdout, each on a separate line of the


                 No additional whitespace surrounds the dot or equals sign characters. In a  mul‐
                 tiple-value item (a list), the values are separated by semicolon characters.

       The available configuration items are described below.

                 The  top-level directory where your mail currently exists and to where mail will
                 be delivered in the future. Files should be individual email  messages.  Notmuch
                 will store its database within a sub-directory of the path configured here named

                 Your full name.

                 Your primary email address.

                 A list of other email addresses at which you receive email.

                 A list of tags that will be added to all messages incorporated by notmuch new.

                 A list of file and directory names, without path, that will not be searched  for
                 messages by notmuch new. All the files and directories matching any of the names
                 specified here will be ignored, regardless of the location  in  the  mail  store
                 directory hierarchy.

                 A  list  of  tags that will be excluded from search results by default. Using an
                 excluded tag in a query will override that exclusion.

                 If true, then the following maildir flags (in message filenames)  will  be  syn‐
                 chronized with the corresponding notmuch tags:

                                    │Flag │ Tag                              │
                                    │D    │ draft                            │
                                    │F    │ flagged                          │
                                    │P    │ passed                           │
                                    │R    │ replied                          │
                                    │S    │ unread  (added  when 'S' flag is │
                                    │     │ not present)                     │

                 The notmuch new command will notice flag changes in filenames and  update  tags,
                 while  the  notmuch tag and notmuch restore commands will notice tag changes and
                 update flags in filenames.

                 If there have been any changes in the maildir  (new  messages  added,  old  ones
                 removed or renamed, maildir flags changed, etc.), it is advisable to run notmuch
                 new before notmuch tag or notmuch restore commands to ensure the tag changes are
                 properly  synchronized to the maildir flags, as the commands expect the database
                 and maildir to be in sync.

       The following environment variables can be used to control the behavior of notmuch.

              Specifies the  location  of  the  notmuch  configuration  file.  Notmuch  will  use
              ${HOME}/.notmuch-config if this variable is not set.

       notmuch(1),  notmuch-count(1),  notmuch-dump(1), notmuch-hooks(5), notmuch-insert(1), not‐
       much-new(1),     notmuch-reply(1),     notmuch-restore(1),     notmuch-search(1),     not‐
       much-search-terms(7), notmuch-show(1), notmuch-tag(1)

       Carl Worth and many others

       2014, Carl Worth and many others

0.18.2                                   October 25, 2014                       NOTMUCH-CONFIG(1)

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