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In the next example, the contents of the file homework are sent to all the users whose addresses are aliased by myclass.
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The Mail Handler mail client, commonly known as nmh, takes a different approach to managing mail than most other mail clients. nmh consists of a set of commands you execute within your user shell, just as you would execute any other Unix command. No special mail shell exists, as there is for Mail. One nmh command sends a message, another displays your incoming messages, and still another saves a message. The nmh commands and their options are listed in Table 17-4. A set of environment variables provides a context for the nmh commands you execute, such as keeping track of the current messages or mail folders. Table 17-4: nmh Commands Description Places received mail in your incoming mailbox and displays message headers Displays current message or specified messages Displays the previous message Displays the next message Redisplays message headers Displays formatted listing of messages Lists all mail folders Forwards a message Replies to a message
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Table 17-4: nmh Commands Description Resends a message or sends a file as a message Selects messages by specified criteria and assigns them a sequence
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Changes to another mailbox file (folder) folder Note Instead of working from a command line interface, you can use xmh or exmh, which provides an X Windows interface for accessing nmh messages. To send a message using nmh, you first need to compose the message using the comp command, and then send the message with the send command. To compose a message, type in the word comp on the command line by itself and press ENTER. With nmh, you are placed in an input mode for the default editor used for nmh (usually the Vi editor). Fields at the top of the screen show prompts for the address, carbon copy, and subject. Below the dotted line, you enter your message. You can use your arrow keys to move from one field to another. Once you type the contents of the message, save and quit the editor as you normally would (ESC-SHIFT-ZZ for Vi). At the What now prompt, you can send the message, edit it, save it to a file, display it again, or quit without sending the message. The send command sends the message. Pressing ENTER at the What now prompt displays a list of commands you can enter. In the next example, the user composes a message for another user whose address is robert.
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$ comp To: robert cc: Subject: Birthday ------------------Your present is in the mail really. What now send $
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To read your mail with nmh, you first need to store newly received mail into a designated nmh mailbox file with the inc command. The inc command displays a list of headers for each mail message in your incoming mailbox. An nmh message header consists only of the message number, the month and year, the address of the sender, and the beginning of the message text.
$ inc 1+ 06/07 Christopher Peter trip<<Are you ready for the trip chris >> 2 06/07 Aleina Petersen party<<its on for tomorrow night. Aleina >> 3 06/07 Dylan Petersen newsletter<<Did you write your article yet Dyla $
If you want to redisplay the headers, you need to use another nmh command called scan.
$ scan 1+ 06/07 Christopher Peter trip<<Are you ready chris >> 2 06/07 Aleina Petersen party<<its on for Aleina >> 3 06/07 Dylan Petersen newsletter<<Did you Dylan >> $
You use the show, next, and prev commands to display a message. The show command displays the current message, the next command displays the message after the current one, and the prev command displays the message before the current one. Initially, the current message is the first of the newly received messages. If you want to display a particular message, you can use the show command with the number of the message. show 2 displays message 2. You can also reference several messages at once by listing their message numbers. The command show 1 3 displays messages 1 and 3. You can also designate a range of messages by specifying the first message number in the range, and the last number, separated by a minus sign. show 1-3 displays messages 1, 2, and 3.
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