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diff --git a/bugz/ b/bugz/
index aa45d3b..12e2224 100644
--- a/bugz/
+++ b/bugz/
@@ -240,7 +240,10 @@ class PrettyBugz:
 		if not 'status' in params.keys():
-			params['status'] = ['CONFIRMED', 'IN_PROGRESS', 'UNCONFIRMED']
+			params['status'] = ['CONFIRMED', 'IN_PROGRESS',
 		elif 'ALL' in params['status']:
 			del params['status']
diff --git a/bugzrc.example b/bugzrc.example
index f516bf0..e8e1234 100644
--- a/bugzrc.example
+++ b/bugzrc.example
@@ -59,3 +59,20 @@
 # All parameters listed above can be used in the default section if you
 # only use one bugzilla installation.
+columns: 80
+encoding: utf-8
+# user:
+# password: secret2
+columns: 80
+encoding: utf-8
+# user:
+# password: secret2
+connection: redhat
diff --git a/man/bugz.1 b/man/bugz.1
index 5a88494..365ab7e 100644
--- a/man/bugz.1
+++ b/man/bugz.1
@@ -28,6 +28,12 @@ This man page is a stub; the bugz program has extensive built in help.
 will show the help for the global options and
 .B bugz [subcommand] -h
 will show the help for a specific subcommand.
+PyBugz is still configured just using the ~/.bugzrc file.  For simple template
+look at the bugzrc.example
+.B (rpm -qd pybugz | grep example)
+- you may copy it directly into your home directory to make PyBugz work by
+default with Red Hat bugzilla.
 The home page of this project is