Most of the complicated files in this book -- like shell scripts and scan format files -- are available electronically. The first section of this Appendix tells you how to get them. The next few sections help you get the latest copies of MH, mh-e, exmh, as well as other programs and information files. Finally, a series of sections describe the structure of this book's example file archive and give brief descriptions of some of the more complicated programs.
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