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MUG(1) FreeBSD General Commands Manual MUG(1)

mug - a graphical user interface for mu mail searches

mug [options]

mug is a program for doing e-mail searches, using the mu-backend for the actual searches and a GTK+ user-interface. mug is considered merely a toy-demonstration of the mu-framework, but can nevertheless be quite useful.
If mug finds the bookmarks-file in the mu-home directory, the bookmarks from this file will be shown in mug as a list of buttons in the left toolbar.

--muhome causes mug to use an alternative directory to read its
database and bookmarks and write its logs. By default, mug uses whatever the MU_HOME environment variable is set to; if it is not set, ~/.mu is used.

Please report bugs if you find them: https://github.com/djcb/mu/issues

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

mu(1)mu-bookmarks(5)
November 2010 User Manuals

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