From the mutt manual:
Once you have tagged the desired messages, you can use the
tag-prefixoperator, which is the
;(semicolon) key by default. When the
tag-prefixoperator is used, the next operation will be applied to all tagged messages if that operation can be used in that manner.
But it seems that I can only execute commands that are already bound to a specific keyboard shortcut. For example I can use
;d to delete all selected messages.
What if I want to apply an "unbound" command (such as
I have also tried using something based on
:exec tag-prefix or
:push tag-prefix without success.