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ELM mail question on tagging

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if I do a ELM -f and then the folder name , I can tag a message with "shift T" how can i tag a whole page ?
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You can't.
Instead, you can tag all messages containing a specific pattern.
Press <Ctrl><T>
You will then be asked for the (case insensitive) pattern to search for in the 'from' or 'subject' lines.
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... or press and hold <shift><T>  - release when done.
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