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If this is still an unresolved issue and you're not afraid to script a bit, have a look at procmail. In short if you have a date variable properly formatted and add "-d '1 month ago' you'll have the previous month, pipe the mailbox through the procmail recipe and let formail select by date, then grep for the previous month variable. I think that could work.
The problem still exists. The tools still exist. I was so glad to find the information here and feel no confusion at all. Did you hate history in school or something?
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Yes, if you so direct. It's very powerful.
As my fellow moderator has stated that resurrecting old (necro) threads can be confusing;
1. Members that have participated in the thread may no longer be active or responsive.
2. As time goes by the conditions may change over time and have varied answers or solutions.
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