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This file contains some extra commands for BBDB.
Below is a complete list of commands:
- `bbdb-recursive-search’ Perform recursive search on FIELD. Keybinding: / ?
- `bbdb-google-map’ Search REC’s address field using Google Maps. Keybinding: G
- `bbdb-recursive-search-all’ Display all entries in the BBDB buffer matching the REGEX in either the name(s), company, network address, or notes. Keybinding: / S
- `bbdb-recursive-search-name’ Display all entries in the BBDB buffer matching the REGEX in the name (or “alternate” names) field. Keybinding: / n
- `bbdb-recursive-search-company’ Display all entries in BBDB buffer matching REGEX in the company field. Keybinding: / c
- `bbdb-recursive-search-net’ Display all entries in BBDB buffer matching regexp REGEX in the network/email address. Keybinding: / e
- `bbdb-recursive-search-xfields’ Display all BBDB records for which xfield FIELD matches REGEXP. Keybinding: / x
- `bbdb-recursive-search-phones’ Display all entries in BBDB buffer matching the REGEX in the phones field. Keybinding: / p
- `bbdb-recursive-search-address’ Display all entries in the BBDB buffer matching the REGEX in the address fields. Keybinding: / d
- `bbdb-disable-all-limits’ Display all entries in BBDB database. Keybinding: g
Put bbdb-ext.el in a directory in your load-path, e.g. ~/.emacs.d/ You can add a directory to your load-path with the following line in ~/.emacs (add-to-list ‘load-path (expand-file-name “~/elisp”)) where ~/elisp is the directory you want to add (you don’t need to do this for ~/.emacs.d - it’s added by default).
Add the following to your ~/.emacs startup file.