in the future I'll include those with my patches. Hope it's ok to do
this as one single patch for this series.

Signed-off-by: Dirk Hohndel <>
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+Even Better guessing of From: header.
+  Notmuch now looks at a number of headers when trying to figure out
+  the best From: header to use in a reply. First it checks whether one
+  of the user's emails is in To: or Cc:, then it checks Envelope-To:
+  and X-Original-To: headers, then it analyses the Received headers
+  checking for a Received: by .. from .. for u...@add.res clause. And
+  finally it matches domains in the received path.
+Visualization of author names that match a search
+  When notmuch displays threads as the result of a search, it now
+  lists the authors that match the search before listing the other
+  authors in the thread. It inserts a pipe '|' symbol between the last
+  matching and first non-matching author. This is especially useful in
+  a search that includes tag:unread. Now the authors of the unread
+  messages in the thread are listed first.
+Provide 'd' key binding to add the 'deleted' tag to messages and threads
+  The 'd' key works wherever 'a'rchive works - it performs the same
+  actions but additionally sets the deleted tag.
+Provide 'G' key binding to trigger mail refresh
+  The 'G' key works wherever '=' works. Before refreshing the screen
+  it calls an external program that can be used to poll email servers,
+  run notmuch new and setup specific tags for the new emails. The
+  script to be called can be customized with. Use the customize screen
+  to set the notmuch-poll-script variable to the program that you want
+  to execute when pressing 'G'. Note that this is synchronous - emacs
+  will wait until this program finishes.
 Notmuch 0.2 (2010-04-16)
 This is the second release of the notmuch mail system, with actual

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