Jeff :: statmbx
It reads mbx files (using From, not ContentLength) and prints out something that looks like this:
[chat] Joe Smith Neat Idea Jane Doe Re: Neat Idea [sccs] Mike Jones Have you done any work yet? Millie Daain Fwd: stupid chain email Millie Daain Fwd: more chain email, with a *really* long titl...If you give the --only-names argument you'll instead get just a listing of mailboxes that have unread mail:
[chat] [sccs]To get ride of the square brackets, don't use them in ~/.statmbx.
#[sillyness] mail/a-list-I-dont-care-about #[archived] mail/archived-mail [swil] mail/swil [debate] mail/debate [chat] mail/chat [other] mail/other [events] mail/events [sccs] .mailThe format is "displayname -- space -- location relative to your home directory". Blank lines and lines with "#" in initial position are ignored. These boxes are listed in program output in the order listed in the config file.
Note: By default, mailbox title in normal mode will be bolded with escape codes. To disable this, set the compile time flag STATMBX_DO_BOLD to 0