It can be useful to categorise people into different groups, for the
purposes of quickly limiting and tagging by that group in mail folders.
To store people/group information in a separate file, source it from
# source list of people/groups
The groups file might look a bit like:
group -group friends -addr Easter Bunny <email@example.com>
group -group friends -addr Snow White <firstname.lastname@example.org>
group -group foes -addr Dr Claw <email@example.com>
Then when running mutt, you can simply use eg:
To eg tag, all the email messages that are from anyone in your "friends"
For more info see: