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== Symbols ==

The first part of this index lists symbols beginning with non-alphabetic characters. To find symbols consisting of a special character followed by an alphabetic (like .maildelivery or -w), look under the alphabetic character.

# (hash mark) 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages
#! (pound bang) 13.3 How Does Your System Execute Files?
$0 (dollar zero) 13.7 Finding Program Name; Multiple Program Names
$? (dollar question mark) 13.5 Using Exit Status
< > (angle brackets) 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
< (left bracket) 13.9 Mailing Non-interactively: mhmail, 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
> (right bracket) 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
in .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
( ) (parentheses) 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages
+ (plus sign) sidebar: The Pluses of MH, 21.17 Tips
| (vertical bar)
and environment variables 12.11 Debugging Tips
in .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
^ (caret) 14.4 Sending Mail
in .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
. (period) 10.2 Making a New Command Version, sidebar: The Ins and Outs of Redirected I/O Loops
@ (at sign) 13.8 A Test Mail Setup, 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders
[ ] (square brackets) 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages
\ (backslash) sidebar: When Is a Backslash Not a Backslash?
^A (control-A) 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail

== A ==

accelerators
CTRL-V 14.5 Getting New Mail
customizing 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
compose Message 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
send Draft and Close Window 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
META-C 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
META-D 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 14.10 Removing Messages
META-F 14.9 Forwarding Messages
META-N 14.5 Getting New Mail, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
META-P 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
META-R 14.6 Replying to Mail
META-SHIFT-C 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 14.10 Removing Messages
META-SHIFT-I 14.5 Getting New Mail
META-SHIFT-R 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
META-U 14.10 Removing Messages
META-V 14.5 Getting New Mail, 14.5 Getting New Mail
META-] 14.6 Replying to Mail
access, setting permissions 1.5 MH Profile, 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
action argument, .maildelivery file 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
Add to Sequence command 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences
addresses, quotation marks in 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
agent
transfer 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
user 1.2 How UNIX Email Works, 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
monolithic 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
ali command 7.3 MH Aliases
example 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
alias command 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions
aliases
(see also shell alias)
exmh 21.10 Mail Aliases
(see also aliases, MH)
MH 7.3 MH Aliases
filenames 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases
from non-alias files 7.3 MH Aliases
making 7.3 MH Aliases
sharing files 7.3 MH Aliases
showing 7.3 MH Aliases
special entries 7.3 MH Aliases
shell 9.2 MH and the Shell
system 12.10 Practical Tips
transfer agent 7.3 MH Aliases
writing command versions as 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions
xmh 15.1 Sending Mail
(see also aliases, MH)
anno command 8.8 Annotating Headers with anno, 11.2 MH Format Strings
app-defaults file, exmh 22.5 X Resources
append shell script D.10 Explanation of append, The append Shell Script, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
arguments, command-line 13.6 Looping Through a List of Arguments
ASCII ASCII, bits, etc., 3.0 Chapter Introduction
autoinc shell script D.11 Explanation of autoinc, 6.8 Batch-process New Mail: autoinc, The autoinc Shell Script
automhnproc 9.4 Configuring mhn, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages

== B ==

Banner 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
basename command 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile
base64 encoding 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
biff command 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
binary encoding 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
bit stuffing 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
BITFTP D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
blind carbon copy 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
example 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
BlockEventsOnBusy 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
bugs
dist can't link 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist
infinite loop 2.9 Caution About MH Files and Newline Characters
mark -list and private sequence 8.3 More About Sequences
mhn-store- won't write to stdout 9.4 Configuring mhn
mh_sequences is poorly formatted 8.3 More About Sequences
rmf -nointerative 8.7 Removing Folders: rmf
scan -file and current folder 6.4 More About scan
scan error to stdout D.24 Explanation of showpr
sendproc fails with dist 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
slocal mailbox writing 12.11 Debugging Tips
slocal N result 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
xmh Close Window twice 15.3 Editing in xmh
bulletin boards A.1 MH BBoards
burst command 8.10 Bursting Messages, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
and forw 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
mh-e usage 18.1 Reading Your Mail
BusyCursor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
BusyPointerColor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
buttons
customizing 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
adding color 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
commandBox 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
move to folder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
send and Close 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
start Over 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
resources, exmh 22.7 Resources for Buttons
xmh (see xmh commands)

== C ==

cached body parts 9.4 Configuring mhn, 3.2 Multipart Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
private cache 9.4 Configuring mhn
character sets
MH 9.5 International Character Support
mhn 9.4 Configuring mhn, 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
MIME 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
CheckFrequency 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CheckNewMail 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CheckpointInterval 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CheckpointNameFormat 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
checksum 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
chmod command 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
examples 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
cleandrafts shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
Close Window command 15.3 Editing in xmh, 14.11 Leaving xmh, 14.4 Sending Mail, 15.10 The Master xmh Window
color resources, exmh 22.10 Color Resources
command exit status 13.5 Using Exit Status
in $? (dollar question mark) 13.5 Using Exit Status
multiple nonzero D.16 Explanation of mhprofile
testing with if 13.5 Using Exit Status
command menu bar 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
command options, using edprofile 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
command substitution 13.4 Shell Command Substitution, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
command-line argument 13.6 Looping Through a List of Arguments
CommandButtonCount 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
commands
csh (see csh commands)
executing automatically 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
executing from .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
finding names of D.22 Explanation of rmmer, 13.7 Finding Program Name; Multiple Program Names
MH (see MH commands, MH command versions)
sh (see sh commands; shell scripts)
UNIX (see UNIX commands)
xmh (see xmh commands)
xmh text editing 15.3 Editing in xmh
Commit Changes command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
comp command 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send, 7.7 The comp Command, 10.6 msg: `While You Were Out' Messages with comp
examples 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
mh-e usage 19.2 Sending Mail
-use 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
compface 21.14 Faces
CompGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
components file 9.12 Automatic Signature on End of Messages, 9.12 Automatic Signature on End of Messages, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 19.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
components, header
vs. header fields 1.5 MH Profile
components, header (see header fields)
components, profile
vs. profile entries 1.5 MH Profile
components, profile (see MH profile entries)
Compose Message command 14.4 Sending Mail, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
composition strings 9.4 Configuring mhn
composition window 14.4 Sending Mail, 15.1 Sending Mail, 15.1 Sending Mail
configuration for first time 4.2 Setting Up MH
content description 18.3 Editing a Draft
content types 18.3 Editing a Draft
context file 2.5 A User's Directories, 2.5 A User's Directories, 4.2 Setting Up MH
Copy (Link) command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Create Folder command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
csh commands
@ (at sign) 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
alias 9.2 MH and the Shell, 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions
foreach 13.6 Looping Through a List of Arguments
rehash 10.2 Making a New Command Version, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
setenv 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
source 10.2 Making a New Command Version
substitution for (see command substitution)
CTRL-A characters 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
Cursor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
cut and paste with exmh 20.5 A Note about Cut and Paste, 21.1 Mousing Around

== D ==

dates
four-digit years 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
mail delivery 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
Debug 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
debugging
and slocal 12.11 Debugging Tips
mail setups 12.11 Debugging Tips
.maildelivery file 12.11 Debugging Tips
debugging shell script D.24 Explanation of showpr
Delete command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 14.10 Removing Messages
Delete Folder command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
deleting messages 20.11 Deleting Messages
Delivery-date 11.2 MH Format Strings
destroy action 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
/dev/null file 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
digestcomps file 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 11.1 mhl
digests
in mh-e 18.1 Reading Your Mail
digests (see forw command)
directories
bin 2.5 A User's Directories, 10.2 Making a New Command Version
Mail (see MH directory)
MH
(see also MH directory)
binary 2.2 MH Programs (Binaries) Directory
library 2.3 MH Library Directory
/tmp 12.11 Debugging Tips
/usr/spool/mail 2.4 System Mailboxes
xmhbin 16.9 Snooping on xmh
dist command 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
-annotate 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist
example 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist
mh-e usage 19.2 Sending Mail
distcomps file 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
distprompter shell script 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, D.12 Explanation of distprompter, The distprompter Shell Script, 13.15 Writing Your Own Draft Message Editor(s)
double quotes
and mail addresses 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
in the .maildelivery file 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
draft 18.2 Sending Mail
file 2.5 A User's Directories
folders 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
message editor 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 13.15 Writing Your Own Draft Message Editor(s)
messages 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
deleted 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
postponed 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
recovering after mhn 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
template file 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
adding to 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
DraftsFolder 16.3 Changing How Commands Work

== E ==

ed command D.13 Explanation of edprofile, D.21 Explanation of resend
Edit Message command 15.3 Editing in xmh, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
editalt 13.13 Settings from the Environment
editor
changing default 7.2 Changing Default Editors
in exmh (see exmh)
vi key map for header editing 7.2 Changing Default Editors
edprofile 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
shell script D.13 Explanation of edprofile, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, The edprofile Shell Script
8bit encoding 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
emacs 17.0 Chapter Introduction, 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
Emacs Lisp manual 19.0 Chapter Introduction
file completion 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
functions
add-hook 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
append 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
assoc 19.3 Editing a Draft
buffer-modified-p 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
buffer-substring 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
car 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
cdr 19.3 Editing a Draft
concat 19.2 Sending Mail
cond 19.1 Reading Your Mail
cons D.7 mh-e
current-window-configuration 19.1 Reading Your Mail
defun 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
defvar 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
describe-mode 18.0 Chapter Introduction
display-time 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
expand-file-name D.7 mh-e, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
font-lock-mode 19.1 Reading Your Mail
format 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
get-buffer 19.1 Reading Your Mail
get-buffer-create 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
global-set-key 19.1 Reading Your Mail
goto-char 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.2 Sending Mail
if 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
insert 19.3 Editing a Draft
insert-file-contents 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
interactive 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
isearch-forward-regexp 19.1 Reading Your Mail
ispell-message 19.3 Editing a Draft
kill-buffer 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
let 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
local-set-key 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
logior 19.3 Editing a Draft
make-local-variable 19.1 Reading Your Mail
match-beginning 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
match-end 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
narrow-to-region 19.3 Editing a Draft
not 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
null 19.1 Reading Your Mail
or 19.1 Reading Your Mail
other-window 19.1 Reading Your Mail
point-max 19.2 Sending Mail
point-min 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.2 Sending Mail
progn 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.2 Sending Mail
require 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
rfc822-addresses 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
save-excursion 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
save-restriction 19.3 Editing a Draft
search-forward-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.2 Sending Mail
set-buffer 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
set-window-configuration 19.1 Reading Your Mail
setq 19.3 Editing a Draft, D.7 mh-e, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
unwind-protect 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
info 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 17.0 Chapter Introduction
interrupting 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
mark 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
mark command 18.3 Editing a Draft
mh-e (see mh-e)
minibuffer 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
notification of new mail 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
online help 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 17.0 Chapter Introduction, 18.0 Chapter Introduction
point 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions, 18.3 Editing a Draft
prefix argument 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
quitting 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions, 17.6 Leaving mh-e
region 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions, 18.3 Editing a Draft
setting variables 19.0 Chapter Introduction
supercite package 19.3 Editing a Draft
terms and conventions 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
variables
defun 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
fill-prefix 19.2 Sending Mail
font-lock-keywords 19.1 Reading Your Mail
font-lock-mode-hook 19.1 Reading Your Mail
last-input-char 19.3 Editing a Draft
load-path D.7 mh-e
window-system 19.1 Reading Your Mail
.emacs file 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.0 Chapter Introduction, D.7 mh-e, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
emacsclient 21.15 Using Another Editor
email
about 1.1 What is Email?
addresses
and quotes 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
addressing 1.4 Addressing Email
composing MIME 5.9 Using MIME
delivering 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
external body parts 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
multimedia (see MIME)
multipart messages 3.2 Multipart Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
reading 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
operation 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
processing automatically 12.0 Chapter Introduction
sending 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
encoding MIME messages ASCII, bits, etc., 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
enscript command 16.8 Changing the Print Command
entry, profile (see MH profile entries)
environment variables
and .maildelivery file 12.11 Debugging Tips
DISPLAY 9.4 Configuring mhn
editalt 13.13 Settings from the Environment
HOME 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
MAILDROP 13.14 Changing the MH Environment, 6.6 Other Features of inc
MANPATH 4.3 Online Manual Pages
MH 13.8 A Test Mail Setup, 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
mhaltmsg 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhannotate 13.13 Settings from the Environment
MHCONTEXT 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
MHCONTEXTFD 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhdist 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhdraft 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mheditor 13.13 Settings from the Environment
MHFD 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhfolder 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhinplace 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhmessages 13.13 Settings from the Environment
MHN 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhuse 13.13 Settings from the Environment, 13.15 Writing Your Own Draft Message Editor(s)
MM_CHARSET 9.4 Configuring mhn
NOMHNPROC 13.14 Changing the MH Environment, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
read by MH 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
set by MH 13.13 Settings from the Environment
SIGNATURE 13.14 Changing the MH Environment, 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
TERM 13.14 Changing the MH Environment, 9.4 Configuring mhn
TERMCAP 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
escape
about 11.2 MH Format Strings
component 11.2 MH Format Strings
control 11.2 MH Format Strings, 11.2 MH Format Strings
display string 9.4 Configuring mhn
function 11.2 MH Format Strings
return value 11.2 MH Format Strings
escapes
composition strings 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn storage 9.4 Configuring mhn
eval command D.10 Explanation of append
examples, MH D.5 MH Scripts and Examples
execit command D.14 The execit Programs, The execit.c C Program, The execit.include File, The execit.link Shell Script, The execit Makefile
exit command sidebar: The Ins and Outs of Redirected I/O Loops
exit status (see command exit status)
exmh 20.0 Chapter Introduction, D.8 exmh, E.4 exmh Reference Guide
(see also xmh)
aliases 21.10 Mail Aliases
auto commit 21.8 Managing Messages
background processing 20.12 Preferences
commands
display 20.2 Running exmh
geometry 20.2 Running exmh
Insert @ 21.12 Mail Formatting
cutting and pasting 20.5 A Note about Cut and Paste, 21.1 Mousing Around
deleting messages 20.11 Deleting Messages, 21.8 Managing Messages
display 21.3 The exmh Display, 20.3 The exmh Display
folder 21.4 Folder Display
highlights 21.6 Table of Contents, 20.3 The exmh Display
MIME messages 21.7 Message Display
status line 20.3 The exmh Display
draft messages 21.11 The Built-in Editor
editor
built-in 20.4 Sending Mail, 21.11 The Built-in Editor
choosing 21.15 Using Another Editor
environment 20.2 Running exmh
filtering mail 21.16 Filtering Mail
folders 21.8 Managing Messages
formatting mail 21.12 Mail Formatting
forwarding mail 20.10 Forwarding Messages, 21.9 Sending Mail
history B.2 History of xmh
inserting files 21.12 Mail Formatting
keyboard shortcuts 21.2 Keyboard Commands
keystroke bindings 22.3 Binding User Interface
MIME formatting 21.13 MIME Formatting
mouse conventions 21.1 Mousing Around, 21.6 Table of Contents
obtaining D.8 exmh
online help 20.3 The exmh Display
preferences 22.1 Preferences, 20.12 Preferences
Quick Reference E.4 exmh Reference Guide
receiving messages 20.6 Getting New Mail
replying to mail 20.8 Replying to Mail, 21.9 Sending Mail
resources
button 22.9 Button Groups, 22.7 Resources for Buttons
color 22.10 Color Resources
folder display 22.14 Folder Display Resources
geometry/position 22.12 Geometry and Position Resources
menu 22.8 Resources for Menus
MIME 22.15 MIME Resources
sending messages 20.4 Sending Mail, 21.9 Sending Mail
signatures 21.11 The Built-in Editor
starting up 20.2 Running exmh
tips for using 21.17 Tips
unmailing messages 20.11 Deleting Messages, 21.8 Managing Messages
exmh-announce mailing list A.2 More Information About MH
exmh-async 21.15 Using Another Editor
exmh-defaults file 22.5 X Resources
.exmh-defaults-color file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmh-defaults-mono file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmh-defaults file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
exmh-users mailing list A.2 More Information About MH
.exmhbindings file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmhcontext file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmhfcache file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmhsedit file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
ExmhShowProc component 22.4 MH Profile
export command 13.8 A Test Mail Setup

== F ==

facesaver databases 21.14 Faces, 21.17 Tips
FAQ, obtaining D.2 FAQ
field argument, .maildelivery file 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
fields, header (see header fields)
file action 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
file viewers 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
files
.forward 12.3 Running Your .maildelivery File
append The append Shell Script
autoinc The autoinc Shell Script
components 9.12 Automatic Signature on End of Messages, 9.12 Automatic Signature on End of Messages, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 19.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
context 2.5 A User's Directories, 4.2 Setting Up MH
/dev/null 12.4 Experimenting? Make Backups!, 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
digestcomps 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 11.1 mhl
distcomps 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
distprompter The distprompter Shell Script
draft 2.5 A User's Directories, 18.2 Sending Mail, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
template, building message from 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
draft template 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
building message from 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
edprofile The edprofile Shell Script
.emacs 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.0 Chapter Introduction, D.7 mh-e, 17.2 Getting Started, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
execit The execit Makefile
execit.c The execit.c C Program
execit.include The execit.include File
execit.link The execit.link Shell Script
.exmh-defaults-color 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmh-defaults-mono 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmh-defaults 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmhbindings 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmhcontext 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmhfcache 2.7 Special Files for exmh
.exmhsedit 2.7 Special Files for exmh
filter 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
forw 11.1 mhl
.folders 2.7 Special Files for exmh
fols The fols Shell Script
format
inc 6.6 Other Features of inc
mhl 11.1 mhl
rcvdistcomps 11.2 MH Format Strings
rcvtty.format 11.2 MH Format Strings
replcomps.addrfix 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 6.4 More About scan
forwcomps 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
linking (see links)
mailbox 2.4 System Mailboxes
alternate 9.8 Defining Alternate Mailboxes
.maildelivery 21.16 Filtering Mail, 12.1 The .maildelivery File: Overview
and environment variables 12.11 Debugging Tips
and rcvdist 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist
debugging 12.11 Debugging Tips
executing commands from 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
running mail handlers from 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
message 2.5 A User's Directories
MH 2.1 UNIX Filesystem Overview
MH profile 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
MH profile (see MH profile)
MH-E-NEWS D.7 mh-e
MH.doc 4.3 Online Manual Pages
mh.profile 4.2 Setting Up MH
MH.ps 4.3 Online Manual Pages
mhl.format 11.1 mhl, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
mhl.forward 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 11.1 mhl
mhl.headers 11.1 mhl
mhl.noformat 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
mhl.prodsumry 11.1 mhl
mhl.reply 18.2 Sending Mail
mhl.test1 11.1 mhl
mhl.test2 11.1 mhl
mhl.test3 11.1 mhl
mhl.test4 11.1 mhl
mhl.test5 11.1 mhl
mhprofile The mhprofile Shell Script
MHxmh3.tar.Z D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
mimecat The mimecat Shell Script
mydist The mydist Shell Script
mysend The mysend Shell Script
original The original Shell Script
recomp The recomp Shell Script
replcomps 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 19.2 Sending Mail
resend.fixmsg The resend.fixmsg Shell Script
rmmer The rmmer Shell Script
scan.answer 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.dateparse 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.default 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.default.uk 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.hdr 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.mailx 6.4 More About scan
scan.more 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.size 6.4 More About scan
scan.time 6.4 More About scan
scan.timely 6.4 More About scan
scan.xmhwide 16.7 Changing Table of Contents
scandrafts The scandrafts Shell Script
sequence 2.5 A User's Directories
showpr The showpr Shell Script
.signature 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
storeparts The storeparts Shell Script
testing 13.3 How Does Your System Execute Files?
without ending newline 2.9 Caution About MH Files and Newline Characters
.xmhcache 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 2.6 Special Files for xmh
.xmhcheck 21.16 Filtering Mail
xmhdraft 2.6 Special Files for xmh
xmhprint The xmhprint Shell Script
.xmh_printerrs 16.8 Changing the Print Command
.xmh_profile 16.5 Conflicts Between xmh and MH Customization
filesystems and MH 2.1 UNIX Filesystem Overview, 8.4 Storing Messages
filter file 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
forw 11.1 mhl
find command D.22 Explanation of rmmer
example 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts
flist command 21.17 Tips
fls shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
folder
relative 8.1 Folders
folder command 8.1 Folders, 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile, 10.13 Fast Folder Changes with fo
example 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
-create 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
-down Prehistoric pick-ing
example 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders, 4.2 Setting Up MH
-fast 8.1 Folders
finding subfolder 8.1 Folders
-header 8.1 Folders
-list
example 8.1 Folders
-nocreate 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
-pack 8.1 Folders
-pop
example 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders
-recurse 8.1 Folders
-total 8.1 Folders
-up Prehistoric pick-ing
folders
(see also subfolders)
buttonbox 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
caches, exmh 21.5 Folder Cache, 20.3 The exmh Display
changing 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders
creating 8.1 Folders
current 8.1 Folders
draft 2.5 A User's Directories, 15.1 Sending Mail, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
exmh resources 22.14 Folder Display Resources
in filesystem 2.5 A User's Directories
labels 20.3 The exmh Display
link 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.9 Using Links, 8.9 Using Links
mh-e usage 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
names
full 8.1 Folders, sidebar: The Pluses of MH
relative 8.1 Folders
read-only 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
removing 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist, 8.7 Removing Folders: rmf, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
searching multiple 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.9 Using Links
searching through 8.9 Using Links
stacks
about 8.1 Folders
adding folders to 8.1 Folders
removing folders 8.1 Folders
storing messages in 12.6 Storing in Folders: rcvstore
temporary, writing messages to 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
test for existence D.22 Explanation of rmmer
folders command 8.1 Folders, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
example 8.1 Folders
.folders file 2.7 Special Files for exmh
fols shell script D.15 Explanation of fols, 8.1 Folders, The fols Shell Script, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
fonts 21.12 Mail Formatting
for command D.24 Explanation of showpr, 13.6 Looping Through a List of Arguments
example 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
foreach command 13.6 Looping Through a List of Arguments
format files
inc 6.6 Other Features of inc
mhl 11.1 mhl
obtaining D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
rcvdistcomps 11.2 MH Format Strings
rcvtty.format 11.2 MH Format Strings, 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
replcomps.addrfix 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 6.4 More About scan, 13.16 Get Information with scan Format Strings
forw command 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, D.21 Explanation of resend, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 5.6 Forwarding Messages: forw, 11.1 mhl, 10.7 Versions of forw
and burst 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-annotate 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-digest 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
example 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences
examples 5.6 Forwarding Messages: forw
-filter 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-form 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-format 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-issue 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
mh-e usage 18.2 Sending Mail
-mime 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-nodashmunging 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
stop scrolling 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
-volume 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
forward command 14.9 Forwarding Messages, 15.1 Sending Mail, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
.forward file 12.3 Running Your .maildelivery File
forwarding mail with exmh 20.10 Forwarding Messages, 21.9 Sending Mail
forwcomps file 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
From separator 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
front end, MH 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
ftp 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
getting external parts 9.4 Configuring mhn
ftp command D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
ftpmail D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
functions
shell 9.2 MH and the Shell
functions, command versions of 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions
(see also mh-e functions)

== G ==

Geometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
geometry resources, exmh 22.12 Geometry and Position Resources
getmsgs shell script 10.6 msg: `While You Were Out' Messages with comp
grep command 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile
example 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages
grip 14.7 Changing Sizes of Each Area, 14.3 What's in the xmh Window

== H ==

head command 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
example 11.1 mhl
header fields
adding 8.8 Annotating Headers with anno
bcc: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
cc: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
Content-Description: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
Content-ID: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
Content-transfer-encoding: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
Content-type: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
dcc: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
delivery-date: 11.2 MH Format Strings
Fcc: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
Forwarded: 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
From: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
In-Reply-To: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
MIME 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
MIME-Version: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
non-standard 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
Replied: 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
Reply-To: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
Resent-Bcc: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
Resent-cc: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
Resent-Comments: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
Resent-Fcc: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
Resent-To: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
Resent: 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist
Subject: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
To: 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
X-: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
X-Face: 21.14 Faces, 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
headers
(see also header fields)
adding fields 8.8 Annotating Headers with anno
changing in xmh 15.1 Sending Mail
editing 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
four-digit years 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
in exmh 20.4 Sending Mail
in MH 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
vs. header fields 1.5 MH Profile
HideBoringHeaders 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
HOME 13.14 Changing the MH Environment

== I ==

i-number 2.8 Links, 8.9 Using Links
if command 13.5 Using Exit Status
images 18.3 Editing a Draft
inc
-apop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-host 6.7 Using MH with POP
-pack 6.7 Using MH with POP
-rpop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-user 6.7 Using MH with POP
inc command 6.6 Other Features of inc, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 21.6 Table of Contents, 6.7 Using MH with POP
-audit 6.6 Other Features of inc
creating folder 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
example 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
-file 6.6 Other Features of inc
+folder 6.6 Other Features of inc
mh-e usage 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 17.4 Receiving Mail
new messages arrive 6.6 Other Features of inc
-nochangecur 6.6 Other Features of inc
-silent 6.6 Other Features of inc
Incorporate New Mail command 14.5 Getting New Mail, 15.4 Reading Your Mail
incs shell script 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
info 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 17.0 Chapter Introduction
InitialFolder 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
InitialIncFile 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
Insert command 15.1 Sending Mail
install-mh 17.2 Getting Started, 4.2 Setting Up MH
internationalization, MH 9.5 International Character Support

== J ==

junk mail 18.1 Reading Your Mail

== L ==

lastcomm command 16.9 Snooping on xmh
less command 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
line width 15.3 Editing in xmh, 15.4 Reading Your Mail, 14.4 Sending Mail
link folders 8.9 Using Links
linking messages 21.8 Managing Messages
links 10.2 Making a New Command Version, 8.9 Using Links, What Good is a File With 1000 Links?
about 2.8 Links
symbolic 2.8 Links, 10.2 Making a New Command Version, 8.9 Using Links
links, symbolic 2.1 UNIX Filesystem Overview
ln command 13.8 A Test Mail Setup, 10.2 Making a New Command Version
-s 10.2 Making a New Command Version
loop, endless 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist
lp command 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
lpr command 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
lproc command 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
lsf shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell

== M ==

mail
(see also email; exmh; messages)
filtering with exmh 21.16 Filtering Mail
formatting 21.12 Mail Formatting
handlers
debugging 12.11 Debugging Tips
running your own 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
handling with msh 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh
processing in batches 6.8 Batch-process New Mail: autoinc
mail command 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
Mail directory (see MH directory)
mail-citation-hook 19.3 Editing a Draft
mailbox 9.8 Defining Alternate Mailboxes
mailbox file 2.4 System Mailboxes
.maildelivery file 12.0 Chapter Introduction
and environment variables 12.11 Debugging Tips
debugging 12.11 Debugging Tips
executing commands from 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
running mail handlers from 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
running rcvdist from 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist
setting up 12.1 The .maildelivery File: Overview
MAILDROP 13.14 Changing the MH Environment, 6.6 Other Features of inc
Mailer-Daemon 18.2 Sending Mail
mailing lists
exmh-announce A.2 More Information About MH
exmh-users A.2 More Information About MH
finding mail from 12.10 Practical Tips
mh-e A.2 More Information About MH
mh-users A.2 More Information About MH
mh-workers A.2 More Information About MH
MailInterval 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
MailPath 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
MailWaitingFlag 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
main window 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
MakeCheckpoints 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
man command 10.2 Making a New Command Version, 4.3 Online Manual Pages
MANPATH 4.3 Online Manual Pages
mark command 18.3 Editing a Draft, 10.5 Make Message Bookmarks with mark, 8.3 More About Sequences
example 8.3 More About Sequences, 8.3 More About Sequences
in emacs 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
mh-e usage 18.6 Using Sequences
-nozero 8.3 More About Sequences
-zero 8.3 More About Sequences
master window 15.10 The Master xmh Window
mbox action 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
menus, exmh resource 22.8 Resources for Menus
mesg command 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
message file 2.5 A User's Directories
messages
annotating 8.8 Annotating Headers with anno, 5.5 MH Command-line Switches (Options), 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 5.6 Forwarding Messages: forw, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
appending to a file 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
as templates 21.9 Sending Mail
backing up 12.4 Experimenting? Make Backups!
blind carbon copy 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
converting ranges into lists 13.11 Getting Message Numbers
copying to file 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
current 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
deleting (see messages, removing)
displaying 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
draft 15.1 Sending Mail, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
deleted 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
in folder 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
recomposing 7.5 Working with Draft Messages, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
recovering after mhn 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
single 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
xmh 15.1 Sending Mail, 2.6 Special Files for xmh
editing 15.3 Editing in xmh
with show 10.8 Edit Messages with show: mhedit
editor 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 13.15 Writing Your Own Draft Message Editor(s)
finding (see pick command)
flagging important 12.10 Practical Tips
forwarding 5.6 Forwarding Messages: forw, 20.10 Forwarding Messages, 12.10 Practical Tips
groups of, handling 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
header (see header)
including in reply
via editor 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
with -filter 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
infinite loops 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist
line width 14.4 Sending Mail
linking 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.1 Folders, 21.8 Managing Messages, 8.9 Using Links, 8.9 Using Links
moving 8.1 Folders
multiple 20.9 Selecting Multiple Messages
new 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
(see also Incorporate New Mail)
notification of 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
numbers of 13.11 Getting Message Numbers
organizing (see MH commands folder -pack, mark, refile, sortm; xmh commands Add To Sequence, Copy, Create Folder, Move)
printing 16.8 Changing the Print Command, 1.2 How UNIX Email Works, 15.5 Printing Your Mail, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
xmh error handling 16.8 Changing the Print Command
range of 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
reading 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
recovering removed 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages
redistributing to others 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist
removed 2.5 A User's Directories
removing 5.8 Cleanup: rmm, 20.11 Deleting Messages, 21.8 Managing Messages, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 14.10 Removing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
renumbering 8.1 Folders
replying to
in exmh 20.8 Replying to Mail
in MH 5.4 Replying to Messages: repl
in xmh 14.6 Replying to Mail
resending 8.10 Bursting Messages, 15.1 Sending Mail, 10.7 Versions of forw
saving
incoming to file 12.8 Storing in Mailbox Files: rcvpack
outgoing to folder 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
by address 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
by date 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
searching for particular 20.9 Selecting Multiple Messages, 8.9 Using Links
sending 20.4 Sending Mail, 21.9 Sending Mail, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
sequence (see sequences)
sharing with other users (see security)
sorting 8.5 Sorting Messages: sortm
spelling check 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
storing in folders 12.6 Storing in Folders: rcvstore
storing more than one per file 8.11 Pack Messages into a File, 8.11 Pack Messages into a File
unread 8.3 More About Sequences, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
using exmh (see exmh)
metamail, obtaining D.6 Metamail
MH E.1 MH Reference Guide
about 1.2 How UNIX Email Works, A.2 More Information About MH
and the UNIX filesystem 2.1 UNIX Filesystem Overview
and the UNIX shell 9.2 MH and the Shell, 9.2 MH and the Shell
cached body parts 3.2 Multipart Messages
command execution 9.2 MH and the Shell, 9.1 Running an MH Command, 13.2 Using MH from Other Languages
command versions (see MH command version)
commands (see MH commands)
copying message to file 8.4 Storing Messages
decoding MIME messages 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
determining configuration 5.10 The -help Switches
determining version 5.10 The -help Switches
directory (see MH directory)
example 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
FAQ, obtaining D.2 FAQ
formatting 11.2 MH Format Strings
history of B.0 Chapter Introduction
MIME
configuring for 5.9 Using MIME
MIME (see also MIME)
obtaining 1.7 Obtaining MH, xmh, exmh, and mh-e
obtaining scripts and examples of D.5 MH Scripts and Examples
options 5.5 MH Command-line Switches (Options)
packing messages 8.4 Storing Messages
profile (see MH profile)
programming tips 13.0 Chapter Introduction
Quick Reference E.1 MH Reference Guide
setting up 5.10 The -help Switches
storing messages 8.4 Storing Messages
supported UNIX versions 1.6 What Computers Support MH?
switches 5.5 MH Command-line Switches (Options)
tour 5.0 Chapter Introduction
MH BBoards A.1 MH BBoards
MH command versions
c10 10.12 Versions of scan
cur 10.12 Versions of scan
definition 10.1 What's a New Command Version?
fo 10.13 Fast Folder Changes with fo
foll 10.4 Versions of repl
follx 10.4 Versions of repl
here 10.5 Make Message Bookmarks with mark
in filesystem 2.5 A User's Directories
l5 10.12 Versions of scan
making 10.2 Making a New Command Version
steps 10.2 Making a New Command Version
summary 10.2 Making a New Command Version
mforw 10.7 Versions of forw
mhedit 10.8 Edit Messages with show: mhedit
msg 10.6 msg: `While You Were Out' Messages with comp
msgnums 10.12 Versions of scan
msgscan 10.12 Versions of scan
prompter.nopre 10.10 Append Text with prompter.nopre
push 10.11 Version of send: push
replb 10.4 Versions of repl
replx 10.4 Versions of repl
resend D.21 Explanation of resend, 10.7 Versions of forw
scandp 11.2 MH Format Strings
showpart 10.9 Show MIME Message Parts with showpart
sscan 10.12 Versions of scan
thanks 10.4 Versions of repl
tscan 10.2 Making a New Command Version
writing as aliases or functions 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions
MH commands
ali 7.3 MH Aliases
example 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
anno 8.8 Annotating Headers with anno, 11.2 MH Format Strings
burst 8.10 Bursting Messages, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
and forw 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
mh-e usage 18.1 Reading Your Mail
comp 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send, 7.7 The comp Command
command version 10.6 msg: `While You Were Out' Messages with comp
example 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
examples 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
mh-e usage 19.2 Sending Mail
-use 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
dist 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files
-annotate 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist
example 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist
mh-e usage 19.2 Sending Mail
folder 8.1 Folders
(others) 8.1 Folders
command version 10.13 Fast Folder Changes with fo
-create 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
creating folder 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
-down Prehistoric pick-ing
example 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders, 4.2 Setting Up MH
-fast 8.1 Folders
-header 8.1 Folders
-list 8.1 Folders
mh-e usage 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
-nocreate 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
-pack 8.1 Folders
-pop 8.1 Folders
-push 8.1 Folders, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
-recurse 8.1 Folders
-total 8.1 Folders
-up Prehistoric pick-ing
folders 8.1 Folders, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
example 8.1 Folders
forw 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, D.21 Explanation of resend, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 5.6 Forwarding Messages: forw, 11.1 mhl
and burst 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-annotate 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
command version 10.7 Versions of forw
-digest 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
examples 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 5.6 Forwarding Messages: forw
-form 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-format 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-issue 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
mh-e usage 18.2 Sending Mail
-nodashmunging 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
stop scrolling 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
-volume 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
inc 6.6 Other Features of inc, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.7 Using MH with POP
-apop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-audit 6.6 Other Features of inc
creating folder 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
example 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
-file 6.6 Other Features of inc
+folder 6.6 Other Features of inc
-host 6.7 Using MH with POP
mh-e usage 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 17.4 Receiving Mail
new messages arrive 6.6 Other Features of inc
-nochangecur 6.6 Other Features of inc
-pack 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh, 6.7 Using MH with POP
-rpop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-silent 6.6 Other Features of inc
-user 6.7 Using MH with POP
install-mh 17.2 Getting Started, 4.2 Setting Up MH
mark 8.3 More About Sequences
command version 10.5 Make Message Bookmarks with mark
example 8.3 More About Sequences, 8.3 More About Sequences
mh-e usage 18.6 Using Sequences
-nozero 8.3 More About Sequences
-zero 8.3 More About Sequences
mhl 11.1 mhl, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
example 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
mh-e usage 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail
mhmail 13.9 Mailing Non-interactively: mhmail, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
example 13.9 Mailing Non-interactively: mhmail, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
command version 10.9 Show MIME Message Parts with showpart
-formfile 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
mh-e usage 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.1 Reading Your Mail
-nomoreproc 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-show 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
mhparam 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile
examples D.20 Explanation of recomp, 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile, 2.3 MH Library Directory
mhpath 8.1 Folders, 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile, 13.10 The mhpath Command
examples 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
msgchk 6.5 Checking for Mail Waiting: msgchk, 6.7 Using MH with POP
-apop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-host 6.7 Using MH with POP
-rpop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-user 6.7 Using MH with POP
msh 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh
next 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
packf 6.4 More About scan, 8.11 Pack Messages into a File
packmbox 8.11 Pack Messages into a File
pick 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 13.11 Getting Message Numbers
abbreviating switches 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-after 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-before 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-date 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
dates in Getting Picky About Date Searches
early versions Prehistoric pick-ing
example 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.3 More About Sequences
examples 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
faster searches 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
how searches work 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-keep Prehistoric pick-ing
-list 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
mh-e usage 18.5 Searching Through Messages, 18.6 Using Sequences
miscellaneous fields 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
multiple criteria 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-nolist 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-nozero 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
passing numbers with backquotes 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
passing numbers with sequences 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.3 More About Sequences
precedence 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-scan Prehistoric pick-ing
searching multiple folders 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-sequence 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-show Prehistoric pick-ing
pop 6.7 Using MH with POP
popauth 6.7 Using MH with POP
popi 6.7 Using MH with POP
popwrd 6.7 Using MH with POP
post 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
prev 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
prompter 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
command version 10.10 Append Text with prompter.nopre
-doteof 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
-noprepend 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-rapid 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
rcvdist 12.10 Practical Tips, 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist
rcvstore 12.6 Storing in Folders: rcvstore
rcvtty 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs, 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
refile 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders
creating folder 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
example 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.1 Folders, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
-link 8.1 Folders, 8.9 Using Links
mh-e usage 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
-src 8.1 Folders
repl 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 5.4 Replying to Messages: repl
-annotate 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
-cc 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
command version 10.4 Versions of repl
displaying original during 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
example 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 5.4 Replying to Messages: repl, 10.1 What's a New Command Version?
-filter 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
mh-e usage 18.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
-nocc 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
-query 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
rmf 8.7 Removing Folders: rmf
read-only folder 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
rmm 5.8 Cleanup: rmm, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages
example 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
rmmproc current directory D.22 Explanation of rmmer
why not just refile D.22 Explanation of rmmer
scan 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 13.11 Getting Message Numbers, 6.4 More About scan
command version 10.12 Versions of scan
error to stdout D.24 Explanation of showpr
example 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
examples 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.1 Folders, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 6.4 More About scan, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders, 13.16 Get Information with scan Format Strings
-file 6.4 More About scan
-form 6.4 More About scan
mh-e usage 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 17.4 Receiving Mail
-reverse 6.4 More About scan
screen by screen 8.1 Folders
-width 11.2 MH Format Strings
send 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
command version 10.11 Version of send: push
mh-e usage 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.2 Sending Mail
-push 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
show 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
-noheader 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
command version 10.8 Edit Messages with show: mhedit
example 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, What Good is a File With 1000 Links?
mh-e usage 18.1 Reading Your Mail
-noshowproc 11.1 mhl
slocal 12.0 Chapter Introduction
debugging 12.11 Debugging Tips
errors 12.11 Debugging Tips
running by hand 12.11 Debugging Tips
sortm 8.5 Sorting Messages: sortm
mh-e usage 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
viamail 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
example 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
whatnow 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
whom 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
mh-e usage 18.3 Editing a Draft
MH context, overriding D.22 Explanation of rmmer
MH directory
about 2.5 A User's Directories
changing name 9.6 Changing MH Directory Name
test 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
MH formatting
example 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
MH profile D.24 Explanation of showpr, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
about 1.5 MH Profile
and msh 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh
before MH 5 4.2 Setting Up MH
comments 9.3 An MH Profile, in General, 4.2 Setting Up MH
conflicts with programs 13.17 Watch Out for the MH Profile
creating 4.2 Setting Up MH
editing from xmh windows 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
entries
ali: 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases
Aliasfile: 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases
Alternate-Mailboxes: 9.8 Defining Alternate Mailboxes
context: 9.6 Changing MH Directory Name
dist: 7.2 Changing Default Editors
Draft-Folder 22.4 MH Profile
Draft-Folder: 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
Editor: 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.2 Changing Default Editors
ExmhShowProc 22.4 MH Profile
Folder-Ignore 22.4 MH Profile
Folder-Order 22.4 MH Profile
Folder-protect: 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts
Folder-Unseen 22.4 MH Profile
forw: 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
Header-Display 22.4 MH Profile
Header-Suppress 22.4 MH Profile
Inbox: 6.6 Other Features of inc
lproc 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
MailDrop 22.4 MH Profile
MailDrop: 6.6 Other Features of inc
mh-sequences: 9.6 Changing MH Directory Name
Msg-protect: 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts
-next 7.2 Changing Default Editors
Path 22.4 MH Profile
Path: 13.8 A Test Mail Setup, 9.6 Changing MH Directory Name
Previous-Sequence: 8.3 More About Sequences
repl: 7.2 Changing Default Editors
rmmproc 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages
Scan-Proc 22.4 MH Profile
send: 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases
Sequence-Negation: 8.3 More About Sequences
showproc 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
showproc: 11.1 mhl
Signature: 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
sortm 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
types 9.3 An MH Profile, in General
Unseen-Sequence: 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
whom: 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases, 7.3 MH Aliases
example 9.3 An MH Profile, in General, 1.5 MH Profile
mh.profile (system default) 4.2 Setting Up MH
overriding in scripts D.20 Explanation of recomp, D.22 Explanation of rmmer
showproc: 11.1 mhl
with exmh 22.4 MH Profile
MH variable 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
mh-auto-folder-collect 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-before-quit-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-before-send-letter-hook 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-bury-show-buffer 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-clean-message-header 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-cmd-note 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-comp-formfile 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-compose-letter-function 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-cur-scan-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-default-folder-for-message-function 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-delete-msg-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-delete-yanked-msg-window 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-deleted-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-do-not-confirm 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-e 17.0 Chapter Introduction, 18.0 Chapter Introduction, B.3 The History of exmh, D.6 Metamail, E.3 mh-e Reference Guide
~ (tilde) sequences 18.6 Using Sequences
checking recipients 18.3 Editing a Draft
comparison between versions B.5 Changes to mh-e
customizing 19.0 Chapter Introduction
deleting 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
digests 18.1 Reading Your Mail
editing
draft 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
header 18.3 Editing a Draft
expunging refiles and deletes 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
forwarding 18.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
functions
(see also mh-e Quick Reference)
mh-execute-commands 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-insert-signature 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-refile-msg 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-rescan-folder 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-rmail 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 17.4 Receiving Mail
mh-show 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-smail 17.5 Processing Mail, 17.3 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail
mh-smail-other-window 18.2 Sending Mail
mh-sort-folder 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-store-buffer 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-store-msg 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-to-fcc 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-update-sequences 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-version D.7 mh-e, 17.2 Getting Started, 18.7 Miscellaneous Commands
history of 17.0 Chapter Introduction, B.3 The History of exmh
incorporating 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
inserting
messages 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
signature 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
killing draft 18.3 Editing a Draft
MIME 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.1 Reading Your Mail
ftp 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
images 18.3 Editing a Draft
sound 18.3 Editing a Draft
tar 18.3 Editing a Draft
video 18.3 Editing a Draft
MH-Folder 17.5 Processing Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 17.4 Receiving Mail, 18.5 Searching Through Messages, 18.2 Sending Mail, 18.6 Using Sequences
MH-Folder Show 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail
MH-Letter 18.3 Editing a Draft, 17.3 Sending Mail, 17.3 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail
MH-Show 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
moving between messages 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
multimedia mail (see mh-e, MIME)
news D.7 mh-e
notification of new mail 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
obtaining D.7 mh-e
online help 17.0 Chapter Introduction
printing 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
processing mail 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 17.5 Processing Mail
Quick Reference E.3 mh-e Reference Guide
quitting 17.6 Leaving mh-e, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
re-editing drafts 18.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
reading mail 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 17.4 Receiving Mail
redistributing 18.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
replying 18.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
searching 19.5 Searching Through Messages, 18.5 Searching Through Messages
sending mail 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, 17.3 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
setting variables 19.0 Chapter Introduction
starting from command line 18.2 Sending Mail
using
files 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
folders 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
pipes 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
(see also mh-e Quick Reference)
mail-citation-hook 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-auto-folder-collect 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-before-quit-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-before-send-letter-hook 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-bury-show-buffer 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-clean-message-header 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-cmd-note 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-comp-formfile 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-compose-letter-function 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-cur-scan-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-default-folder-for-message-function 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-delete-msg-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-delete-yanked-msg-window 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-deleted-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-do-not-confirm 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-folder-mode-hook 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-forward-subject-format 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-good-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-inc-folder-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-inc-prog 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-ins-buf-prefix 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-invisible-headers 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-letter-mode-hook 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-lib 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-lib: example 17.2 Getting Started
mh-lpr-command-format 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-mhn-args 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-mime-content-types 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-msg-number-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-msg-search-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-new-draft-cleaned-headers 19.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-note-copied 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-cur 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-deleted 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-dist 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-forw 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-printed 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-refiled 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-repl 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-seq 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-partial-folder-mode-line-annotation 19.5 Searching Through Messages
mh-pick-mode-hook 19.5 Searching Through Messages
mh-print-background 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-progs 17.2 Getting Started, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-quit-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-recenter-summary-p 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-recursive-folders 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-redist-full-contents 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-refile-msg-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-refiled-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-repl-formfile 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-reply-default-reply-to 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-scan-prog 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-send-prog 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-show-buffer-mode-line-buffer-id 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-show-hook 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-show-mode-hook 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-signature-file-name 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-sortm-args 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-store-default-directory 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-summary-height 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-user-path 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-valid-scan-line 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-visible-headers 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-yank-from-start-of-msg 19.3 Editing a Draft
mhl-formfile 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-e mailing list A.2 More Information About MH
mh-execute-commands 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
MH-Folder mode 17.5 Processing Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 17.4 Receiving Mail, 18.5 Searching Through Messages, 18.2 Sending Mail, 18.6 Using Sequences
MH-Folder Show mode 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-folder-mode-hook 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-forward-subject-format 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-good-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-inc-folder-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-inc-prog 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-ins-buf-prefix 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-insert-signature 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-invisible-headers 19.1 Reading Your Mail
MH-Letter mode 18.3 Editing a Draft, 17.3 Sending Mail, 17.3 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail
mh-letter-mode-hook 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-lib 19.1 Reading Your Mail
example 17.2 Getting Started
mh-lpr-command-format 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-mhn-args 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-mime-content-types 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-msg-number-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-msg-search-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-new-draft-cleaned-headers 19.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-note-copied 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-cur 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-deleted 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-dist 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-forw 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-printed 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-refiled 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-repl 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-note-seq 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-partial-folder-mode-line-annotation 19.5 Searching Through Messages
mh-pick-mode-hook 19.5 Searching Through Messages
mh-print-background 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-progs 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
example 17.2 Getting Started
mh-quit-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-recenter-summary-p 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-recursive-folders 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-redist-full-contents 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-refile-msg 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-refile-msg-hook 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-refiled-msg-regexp 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-repl-formfile 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-reply-default-reply-to 19.2 Sending Mail
mh-rescan-folder 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-rmail 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.1 Reading Your Mail, 17.4 Receiving Mail
mh-scan-prog 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-send-prog 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-show 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
MH-Show mode 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-show-buffer-mode-line-buffer-id 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-show-hook 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-show-mode-hook 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-signature-file-name 19.3 Editing a Draft
mh-smail 17.5 Processing Mail, 17.3 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail
mh-smail-other-window 18.2 Sending Mail
mh-sort-folder 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-sortm-args 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-store-buffer 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-store-default-directory 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-store-msg 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-summary-height 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-to-fcc 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-update-sequences 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-user-path 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-users mailing list A.2 More Information About MH
mh-valid-scan-line 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
mh-version D.7 mh-e, 17.2 Getting Started, 18.7 Miscellaneous Commands
mh-visible-headers 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mh-workers mailing list A.2 More Information About MH
mh-yank-from-start-of-msg 19.3 Editing a Draft
MH.doc file 4.3 Online Manual Pages
MH.ps file 4.3 Online Manual Pages
MHALTMSG 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhannotate 13.13 Settings from the Environment
MHCONTEXT 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
MHCONTEXTFD 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhdist 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhdraft 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mheditor 13.13 Settings from the Environment
MHFD 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhfolder 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhinplace 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhl command 11.1 mhl, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
example 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
mh-e usage 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 19.1 Reading Your Mail, 18.2 Sending Mail
screen handling 11.1 mhl
mhl variables 11.1 mhl
mhl-formfile 19.1 Reading Your Mail
mhl.format file 11.1 mhl, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
mhl.forward file 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw, 11.1 mhl
mhl.headers file 11.1 mhl
mhl.noformat file 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
mhl.prodsumry file 11.1 mhl
mhl.reply 18.2 Sending Mail
mhl.test1 file 11.1 mhl
mhl.test2 file 11.1 mhl
mhl.test3 file 11.1 mhl
mhl.test4 file 11.1 mhl
mhl.test5 file 11.1 mhl
mhmail command 13.9 Mailing Non-interactively: mhmail, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
example 13.9 Mailing Non-interactively: mhmail, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
mhmessages 13.13 Settings from the Environment
mhn 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
alternatives to 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-auto 8.4 Storing Messages
cached parts 9.4 Configuring mhn, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-rcache 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-wcache 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
character sets 9.4 Configuring mhn, 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-check 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
configuring 9.4 Configuring mhn
-debug 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
directives 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
for multipart content 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages
#forw 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages
external body parts 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-formfile 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-list 6.3 Listing MIME Message Parts, 3.2 Multipart Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
mh-e usage 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.1 Reading Your Mail
-noauto 8.4 Storing Messages
-nomoreproc 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-nopause 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-norealsize 6.3 Listing MIME Message Parts
-part 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-rfc934mode 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
-show 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-split 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages
storage formatting strings 9.4 Configuring mhn
-store 9.4 Configuring mhn, 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 8.4 Storing Messages
-verbose 6.3 Listing MIME Message Parts
mhn command 10.9 Show MIME Message Parts with showpart
-nomoreproc 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
mhn profile entries
automhnproc 9.4 Configuring mhn
configuring 9.4 Configuring mhn
creating 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-access-ftp 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-cache 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-charset- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-compose- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-private-cache 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-show- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-storage- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-store- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhnproc 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
mhook
programs, alternatives to 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
utilities 12.0 Chapter Introduction
mhparam command 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile
examples D.20 Explanation of recomp
MhPath 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
mhpath command 8.1 Folders, 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile, 8.4 Storing Messages, 13.10 The mhpath Command
examples 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
mhprofile shell script D.16 Explanation of mhprofile, 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile, The mhprofile Shell Script
examples D.20 Explanation of recomp
.mh_sequences file 2.5 A User's Directories, 9.1 Running an MH Command
mhuse 13.13 Settings from the Environment, 13.15 Writing Your Own Draft Message Editor(s)
MHxmh3.tar.Z file D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
MIME 3.0 Chapter Introduction, 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, E.5 MIME Reference Guide, 5.9 Using MIME
cached parts 9.4 Configuring mhn, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
character sets 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
character sets (see also character sets, MH)
composing messages 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
enriched text 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages
configuring mhn 9.4 Configuring mhn
content types 18.3 Editing a Draft
decoding messages 8.4 Storing Messages
encoding 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
external body parts 9.4 Configuring mhn, 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 3.2 Multipart Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
external parts 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
formatting 21.13 MIME Formatting
forwarding 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
header
fields 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
header fields 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
integrity check 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
introduction 1.3 Introduction to MIME, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
listing message
contents 5.9 Using MIME
parts 6.3 Listing MIME Message Parts
metamail, obtaining D.6 Metamail
multipart messages
reading 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
multipart/alternative messages 3.2 Multipart Messages
obtaining FAQ 3.3 More About MIME
partial messages 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
Quick Reference E.5 MIME Reference Guide
reading messages 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
resources 22.15 MIME Resources
using mh-e (see mh-e, MIME)
using xmh (see metamail)
mimecat 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
mimecat shell script D.17 Explanation of mimecat, The mimecat Shell Script
mimencode command 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
minibuffer 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
more command 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
--More-- prompt 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
Move command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
msgchk
-apop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-host 6.7 Using MH with POP
-rpop 6.7 Using MH with POP
-user 6.7 Using MH with POP
msgchk command 6.5 Checking for Mail Waiting: msgchk, 21.17 Tips, 6.7 Using MH with POP
msgpr shell alias 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
msh 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh
and the MH profile 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh
handling new mail with 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh
MTA 12.3 Running Your .maildelivery File
and mhook programs 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
multimedia (see MIME)
multipart messages 3.2 Multipart Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
boundaries in 3.2 Multipart Messages
line breaks 3.2 Multipart Messages
multipart/alternative 3.2 Multipart Messages
reading 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 5.9 Using MIME
mydist shell script D.18 Explanation of mysend, The mysend Shell Script, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
mysend shell script D.18 Explanation of mysend, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
myvi shell script 7.5 Working with Draft Messages

== N ==

n shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
n shell function 9.2 MH and the Shell
New Headers command 15.3 Editing in xmh
new mail 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
newline 2.9 Caution About MH Files and Newline Characters
NewMailBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
NewMailIconBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
newmsgs shell script 13.5 Using Exit Status
next command 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
NoMailBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
NoMailIconBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
NOMHNPROC 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
notice box 16.9 Snooping on xmh
notification of new mail 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
mh-e usage 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
nx shell alias 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages

== O ==

od command 2.9 Caution About MH Files and Newline Characters
online help 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.0 Chapter Introduction, 17.0 Chapter Introduction, 18.0 Chapter Introduction, 4.3 Online Manual Pages
Open Folder command 14.5 Getting New Mail, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
in New Window 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Open Sequence command 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 14.8 Searching for Messages
options (see also switches)
original shell script D.19 Explanation of original, The original Shell Script, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages

== P ==

Pack Folder command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
packf command 8.10 Bursting Messages, 6.4 More About scan, 8.4 Storing Messages
packmbox command 8.11 Pack Messages into a File
pattern argument 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
pattern matching
in .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
in messages 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
permissions, setting 1.5 MH Profile, 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy) 21.11 The Built-in Editor
pick command 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 13.11 Getting Message Numbers, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
Pick command 14.8 Searching for Messages, 15.8 Using Pick
pick command
abbreviating switches 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-after 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-before 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
Pick command
clearing old Entries 15.8 Using Pick
Creating Sequence box 15.8 Using Pick
date field box 15.8 Using Pick
date range box 15.8 Using Pick
pick command
-date 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
dates in Getting Picky About Date Searches
early versions Prehistoric pick-ing
example 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.3 More About Sequences
faster searches 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
how searches work 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-keep Prehistoric pick-ing
-list 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
mh-e usage 18.5 Searching Through Messages, 18.6 Using Sequences
miscellaneous fields 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
multiple criteria 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-nolist 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-nozero 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
Pick command
Or button 15.8 Using Pick
-or- 15.8 Using Pick
pick command
passing numbers with backquotes 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
passing numbers with sequences 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.3 More About Sequences
precedence 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-scan Prehistoric pick-ing
searching multiple folders 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
searching with 20.9 Selecting Multiple Messages
-sequence 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
-show Prehistoric pick-ing
Pick command
with msgs from sequence box 15.8 Using Pick
pick command
example 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
examples 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
Pick window 15.8 Using Pick
PickGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
pipe action
and environment variables 12.11 Debugging Tips
in .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
plus sign (+) sidebar: The Pluses of MH
pof shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
point 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions, 18.3 Editing a Draft
PointerColor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
POP (Post Office Protocol) 8.12 MH Shell on a Mailbox File: msh, 6.7 Using MH with POP, 1.6 What Computers Support MH?
pop command 6.7 Using MH with POP
popauth command 6.7 Using MH with POP
popi command 6.7 Using MH with POP
popwrd command 6.7 Using MH with POP
position resources, exmh 22.12 Geometry and Position Resources
post command 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
pr command D.15 Explanation of fols, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
PrefixWmAndIconName 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
prev command 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
PrintCommand 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
private cache 9.4 Configuring mhn
profile (see MH profile)
profile entries, mhn 9.4 Configuring mhn
automhnproc 9.4 Configuring mhn
creating 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-cache 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-charset- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-compose- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-show- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-storage- 9.4 Configuring mhn
mhn-store- 9.4 Configuring mhn
programs, starting automatically 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
prompter
-doteof 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
-rapid 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
prompter command 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 10.10 Append Text with prompter.nopre
-noprepend 7.9 Forwarding Messages with forw
prompts
disposition? 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
what now? 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? display 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? edit 5.4 Replying to Messages: repl, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
example 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
what now? edit original 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
what now? list 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
example 5.4 Replying to Messages: repl
what now? push 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
what now? quit 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
example 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
what now? quit -delete 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
what now? refile 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? refile -link 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? send 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
example 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
what now? send -snoop 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? send -watch -verbose 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? whom 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? whom -check 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
what now? xxxx -help 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
puf shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
push 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages

== Q ==

qpipe action
in .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
quotation marks and mail addresses 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
quoted-printable encoding 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
quoting D.24 Explanation of showpr

== R ==

rcvdist command 12.10 Practical Tips, 12.7 Redistributing Messages: rcvdist
rcvpack command 12.8 Storing in Mailbox Files: rcvpack
rcvstore command 21.16 Filtering Mail, 21.16 Filtering Mail, 12.6 Storing in Folders: rcvstore, 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
rcvtty command 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs, 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
where to send notification of mail 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
rcvtty.fixup shell script 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
rcvxterm shell script 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
read command D.12 Explanation of distprompter, D.12 Explanation of distprompter
reading MIME messages 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
recomp shell script D.20 Explanation of recomp, The recomp Shell Script, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
refile command 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders
example 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
creating folders 13.18 Problems with folder, inc, and refile
example 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.1 Folders, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
-link 8.9 Using Links
example 8.1 Folders
mh-e usage 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
-src 8.1 Folders
region 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions, 18.3 Editing a Draft
regular expressions 19.2 Sending Mail
rehash command 10.2 Making a New Command Version, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
Remove from Sequence command 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences
repl command 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 5.4 Replying to Messages: repl
-annotate 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
-cc 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
command version 10.4 Versions of repl
displaying original during 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
example 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 5.4 Replying to Messages: repl, 10.1 What's a New Command Version?
-filter 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
mh-e usage 18.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail, 19.2 Sending Mail
-nocc 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
-query 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
replcomps file 9.10 Draft Message Template Files, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl, 19.2 Sending Mail
reply command 14.6 Replying to Mail, 15.1 Sending Mail, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
replying with exmh 20.8 Replying to Mail
ReplyInsertFilter 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
Rescan Folder command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
RescanInterval 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
resend.fixmsg shell script D.21 Explanation of resend, The resend.fixmsg Shell Script, 10.7 Versions of forw
resources
button, exmh 22.7 Resources for Buttons
CheckFrequency 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
color, exmh 22.10 Color Resources
CommandBox.button.background 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button.foreground 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button1.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button1.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandButtonCount 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
Comp.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.compose.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.compose.Translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.reset.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.reset.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
debug 16.9 Snooping on xmh
HideBoringHeaders 14.5 Getting New Mail, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
menu, exmh 22.8 Resources for Menus
MhPath 16.9 Snooping on xmh
MIME 22.15 MIME Resources
PickGeometry 16.2 Command-line Options
position, exmh 22.12 Geometry and Position Resources
PrintCommand 16.8 Changing the Print Command, 16.8 Changing the Print Command, D.26 Explanation of xmhprint, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
ReplyInsertFilter 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SendBreakWidth 15.3 Editing in xmh, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SendWidth 15.3 Editing in xmh, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
ShapeStyle 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipCopied 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipDeleted 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipMoved 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TocGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TocWidth 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
resources, X 22.5 X Resources
result argument, .maildelivery 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
return status/value (see command exit status)
ReverseReadOrder 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
RFC 1521 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
RFC 1522 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
RFC, obtaining D.3 RFCs and Internet Drafts
rmf command 8.7 Removing Folders: rmf, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
rmm command 5.8 Cleanup: rmm, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, 8.4 Storing Messages
example 8.2 Finding Messages with pick
rmmproc current directory D.22 Explanation of rmmer
why not just refile D.22 Explanation of rmmer
rmmer shell script D.22 Explanation of rmmer, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, The rmmer Shell Script
rm_msgs.at shell script 9.11 Periodic Cleanup, Checking, etc. with cron and at
road map (to this book) Road Map (to this book)

== S ==

Save Message command 15.3 Editing in xmh
saving filesystem space 8.4 Storing Messages
scan caches, exmh 21.17 Tips
scan command 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 13.11 Getting Message Numbers, 6.4 More About scan, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, 21.6 Table of Contents, 10.12 Versions of scan
error to stdout D.24 Explanation of showpr
example 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
examples 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.2 Finding Messages with pick, 8.1 Folders, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 11.2 MH Format Strings, 6.4 More About scan, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders, 13.16 Get Information with scan Format Strings
-file 6.4 More About scan
-form 6.4 More About scan
mh-e usage 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 17.4 Receiving Mail
-reverse 6.4 More About scan
screen by screen 8.1 Folders
-width 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.answer file 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.dateparse file 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.default file 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.default.uk file 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.hdr file 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.mailx file 6.4 More About scan
scan.more file 11.2 MH Format Strings
scan.size file 6.4 More About scan
scan.time file 6.4 More About scan
scan.timely file 6.4 More About scan
scan.xmhwide file 16.7 Changing Table of Contents
scandrafts shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
scandrafts shell script D.23 Explanation of scandrafts, The scandrafts Shell Script, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
-stay 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
scap shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
scap shell function 9.2 MH and the Shell
scap2 shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
scap2 shell function 9.2 MH and the Shell
scripts, shell (see shell scripts)
scrollbars 14.5 Getting New Mail, 15.2 Scrollbars, 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
thumb 15.2 Scrollbars
searching with pick 20.9 Selecting Multiple Messages
security 1.5 MH Profile, 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts
setting permissions 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
sed command D.15 Explanation of fols
sedit 20.4 Sending Mail
select argument, .maildelivery 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
send
-push 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
send command 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send, 10.11 Version of send: push
mh-e usage 19.3 Editing a Draft, 19.2 Sending Mail
SendBreakWidth 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
sending mail with exmh 20.4 Sending Mail, 20.4 Sending Mail
sendmail 12.3 Running Your .maildelivery File
sendproc 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
example D.18 Explanation of mysend, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
SendWidth 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
sequence file 2.5 A User's Directories
sequences 8.3 More About Sequences
about 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences
adding message to 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 10.5 Make Message Bookmarks with mark, 15.9 Modifying Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences, 8.3 More About Sequences
cur 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences, 8.3 More About Sequences, 7.8 Replying to Mail with repl
deleting message from 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences, 8.3 More About Sequences
example 5.7 Find and Specify with scan, pick, Ranges, Sequences
listing contents 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 8.3 More About Sequences
opposite of 8.3 More About Sequences
previous 8.3 More About Sequences
public and private 8.3 More About Sequences
unseen 8.3 More About Sequences, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
xmh 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 15.8 Using Pick
setenv command 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
7bit encoding 7.6 Composing and Sending MIME Messages, 3.1 Overview of MIME Messages
sh commands
. (period) 10.2 Making a New Command Version, sidebar: The Ins and Outs of Redirected I/O Loops
do (see sh commands, for, until, while)
done (see sh commands, for)
esac (see sh commands, case)
eval D.10 Explanation of append
exit
inside redirected loops sidebar: The Ins and Outs of Redirected I/O Loops
export 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
for D.24 Explanation of showpr, 13.6 Looping Through a List of Arguments
example 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
if 13.5 Using Exit Status
read D.12 Explanation of distprompter, D.12 Explanation of distprompter
substitution for (see command substitution)
while D.10 Explanation of append
sh operators
${+} D.24 Explanation of showpr
${-} D.20 Explanation of recomp
${?} D.19 Explanation of original
< 13.9 Mailing Non-interactively: mhmail
: (colon) D.10 Explanation of append
` 13.4 Shell Command Substitution
sh parameters
$0 (dollar zero) 13.7 Finding Program Name; Multiple Program Names
$? (dollar question mark) 13.5 Using Exit Status
sh variables, default D.20 Explanation of recomp
shar 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
shell
search path 10.2 Making a New Command Version
UNIX 9.2 MH and the Shell
shell aliases 9.2 MH and the Shell
cleandrafts 9.2 MH and the Shell
fls 9.2 MH and the Shell
inc 6.6 Other Features of inc
lsf 9.2 MH and the Shell
msgpr 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
n 9.2 MH and the Shell
nx 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
pof 9.2 MH and the Shell
puf 9.2 MH and the Shell
scandrafts 9.2 MH and the Shell
scap 9.2 MH and the Shell
scap2 9.2 MH and the Shell
showv 9.2 MH and the Shell
tscan 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions
unseen 9.2 MH and the Shell
shell functions 9.2 MH and the Shell
(see also shell aliases)
n 9.2 MH and the Shell
scap 9.2 MH and the Shell
scap2 9.2 MH and the Shell
tscan 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions
shell loops 13.8 A Test Mail Setup, 13.8 A Test Mail Setup
shell scripts 16.9 Snooping on xmh
about 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
append D.10 Explanation of append, The append Shell Script, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
autoinc D.11 Explanation of autoinc, 6.8 Batch-process New Mail: autoinc, The autoinc Shell Script
debugging D.24 Explanation of showpr
distprompter 7.10 Distributing Messages with dist, D.12 Explanation of distprompter, The distprompter Shell Script, 13.15 Writing Your Own Draft Message Editor(s)
edprofile D.13 Explanation of edprofile, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, The edprofile Shell Script
fols D.15 Explanation of fols, 8.1 Folders, The fols Shell Script, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
getmsgs 10.6 msg: `While You Were Out' Messages with comp
incs 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
mhprofile D.16 Explanation of mhprofile, 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile, The mhprofile Shell Script
examples D.20 Explanation of recomp
mimecat D.17 Explanation of mimecat, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, The mimecat Shell Script
multiple names D.22 Explanation of rmmer
mydist D.18 Explanation of mysend, The mysend Shell Script, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
mysend D.18 Explanation of mysend, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
myvi 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
newmsgs 13.5 Using Exit Status
obtaining D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
original D.19 Explanation of original, The original Shell Script, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
rcvtty.fixup 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
rcvxterm 12.9 Alternatives to mhook Programs
recomp D.20 Explanation of recomp, The recomp Shell Script, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
resend.fixmsg D.21 Explanation of resend, The resend.fixmsg Shell Script, 10.7 Versions of forw
rmmer D.22 Explanation of rmmer, 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages, The rmmer Shell Script
rm_msgs.at 9.11 Periodic Cleanup, Checking, etc. with cron and at
scandrafts D.23 Explanation of scandrafts, The scandrafts Shell Script, 7.5 Working with Draft Messages
showing name 13.7 Finding Program Name; Multiple Program Names
showpr D.24 Explanation of showpr, The showpr Shell Script, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
shows What Good is a File With 1000 Links?
steps to writing 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
storeparts D.25 Explanation of storeparts, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, The storeparts Shell Script
xmhprint 16.8 Changing the Print Command, D.26 Explanation of xmhprint, The xmhprint Shell Script
shell variables 9.2 MH and the Shell
show
-noheader 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
show command 10.8 Edit Messages with show: mhedit, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev
example 5.3 Reading Mail: inc, show, next, prev, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, What Good is a File With 1000 Links?
mh-e usage 18.1 Reading Your Mail
MIME messages 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
-noshowproc 11.1 mhl, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages
showing name shell script 13.7 Finding Program Name; Multiple Program Names
ShowOnInc 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
showpart 10.9 Show MIME Message Parts with showpart
showpr shell script D.24 Explanation of showpr, The showpr Shell Script, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
showproc
cat 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
changing 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
mhl 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
showpr 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
shows shell script What Good is a File With 1000 Links?
showv shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
SIGNATURE 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
.signature file 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
SIGNATURE variable 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
signatures
in exmh 21.11 The Built-in Editor
in message body 9.12 Automatic Signature on End of Messages, 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
in message header 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
mh-e usage 19.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft
single quotes and mail addresses 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
skip command 15.8 Using Pick
SkipCopied 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipDeleted 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipMoved 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
slocal command 12.0 Chapter Introduction
and .maildelivery files 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
-debug 12.11 Debugging Tips
debugging 12.11 Debugging Tips
documentation of 12.11 Debugging Tips
errors 12.11 Debugging Tips
running by hand 12.11 Debugging Tips
smail
and processing mail automatically 12.3 Running Your .maildelivery File
Sort Folder command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
sortm
command 8.5 Sorting Messages: sortm
mh-e usage 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around
shell script 16.9 Snooping on xmh
sound 18.3 Editing a Draft
source command 10.2 Making a New Command Version
spell command 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
standard error, xmh 16.9 Snooping on xmh
StickyMenu 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
storeparts shell script D.25 Explanation of storeparts, 6.2 Reading MIME Messages, The storeparts Shell Script
storing messages 8.4 Storing Messages
string
argument 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
format 13.16 Get Information with scan Format Strings
subfolder 8.1 Folders
creating 8.1 Folders
in filesystem 2.5 A User's Directories
listing 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders
moving message to 8.1 Folders
switches
about 5.5 MH Command-line Switches (Options)
-help 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.10 The -help Switches
symbolic links 2.1 UNIX Filesystem Overview, 2.8 Links, 10.2 Making a New Command Version, 8.9 Using Links
symbols
#! (pound bang) 13.3 How Does Your System Execute Files?
$0 (dollar zero) 13.7 Finding Program Name; Multiple Program Names
$? (dollar question mark) 13.5 Using Exit Status
< (left angle bracket) 13.9 Mailing Non-interactively: mhmail
+ (plus) 8.1 Folders, 21.17 Tips
^ (caret) 14.4 Sending Mail
. (period) 10.2 Making a New Command Version, sidebar: The Ins and Outs of Redirected I/O Loops
@ (at sign) 13.8 A Test Mail Setup, 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders, 8.1 Folders
\ (backslash) sidebar: When Is a Backslash Not a Backslash?
` (backquote) 13.4 Shell Command Substitution

== T ==

Table of Contents 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
changing format 16.7 Changing Table of Contents
table of contents, exmh 20.9 Selecting Multiple Messages, 21.6 Table of Contents, 20.3 The exmh Display
tail command 2.9 Caution About MH Files and Newline Characters
tar 18.3 Editing a Draft
TempDir 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
temporary files, writing messages to 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
TERM 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
TERMCAP 13.14 Changing the MH Environment
thumb 15.2 Scrollbars
time
execution of actions, controlling 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
mail delivery 12.2 The .maildelivery File in Detail
Tk bind 22.3 Binding User Interface
Tk send facility 21.18 Tk Send and Xauthority
/tmp directory 12.11 Debugging Tips
TocGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TocPercentage 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TocWidth 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
tscan shell alias/command 10.3 Writing Command Versions as Aliases or Functions

== U ==

uncompface 21.14 Faces
UNIX commands
basename 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile
biff 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
chmod 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
examples 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts, 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
ed D.13 Explanation of edprofile, D.21 Explanation of resend
emacs 17.0 Chapter Introduction, 17.1 GNU Emacs Terms and Conventions
enscript 16.8 Changing the Print Command
find D.22 Explanation of rmmer
example 9.7 Setting Access Permissions for Other Accounts
ftp 18.3 Editing a Draft, 18.3 Editing a Draft, D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
grep 13.12 Settings from the MH Profile
example 8.6 Removing and Recovering Messages
head 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
example 11.1 mhl
lastcomm 16.9 Snooping on xmh
less 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
ln 13.8 A Test Mail Setup, 10.2 Making a New Command Version
-s 10.2 Making a New Command Version
lp 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
lpr 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
mail 1.2 How UNIX Email Works
man 10.2 Making a New Command Version, 4.3 Online Manual Pages
mesg 12.5 New Message Notification: rcvtty
mimencode 7.4 Header Fields and Addresses
more 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages
od 2.9 Caution About MH Files and Newline Characters
pr D.15 Explanation of fols, 6.1 Showing and Printing Messages, 13.1 Writing Shell Scripts for MH
sed D.15 Explanation of fols
shar 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
spell 7.2 Changing Default Editors, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
tail 2.9 Caution About MH Files and Newline Characters
tar 18.3 Editing a Draft
uucp D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
uuencode 3.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around
vi 7.2 Changing Default Editors
wc 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
whereis 10.2 Making a New Command Version
which 10.2 Making a New Command Version
UNIX commands: execit D.14 The execit Programs, The execit.c C Program, The execit.include File, The execit.link Shell Script, The execit Makefile
UNIX shell and MH 9.2 MH and the Shell
UnMark command 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 14.10 Removing Messages
unseen shell alias 9.2 MH and the Shell
US-ASCII 3.0 Chapter Introduction
Use As Composition command 15.3 Editing in xmh, 15.1 Sending Mail
Usenet 9.9 Sharing Other Users' Folders
comp.mail.mh newsgroup A.2 More Information About MH
uucp command D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
uuencode 3.0 Chapter Introduction, 19.4 Moving Your Mail Around, 18.4 Moving Your Mail Around

== V ==

variables (see environment variables; mh-e variables; mhl variables; sh variables)
vi command 7.2 Changing Default Editors
viamail command 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
example 7.11 Sending Files; Using mhmail and viamail
video 18.3 Editing a Draft
View In New command 15.4 Reading Your Mail
View Next Message command 14.5 Getting New Mail, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
View Previous Message command 14.5 Getting New Mail, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
viewed message 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
ViewGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work

== W ==

wc command 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
What now? 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages, 5.2 Sending Some Mail: comp, send
whatnow command 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
whence command 10.2 Making a New Command Version
whereis command 10.2 Making a New Command Version
which command 10.2 Making a New Command Version
while command D.10 Explanation of append
who command 9.4 Configuring mhn
whom command 18.3 Editing a Draft, 7.1 Overview: Sending MH Messages
windows
composition 14.4 Sending Mail, 15.1 Sending Mail, 15.1 Sending Mail
grip 14.7 Changing Sizes of Each Area, 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
main 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
master 15.10 The Master xmh Window
pick 15.8 Using Pick
scrollbar (see scrollbars)

== X ==

Xauthority 21.18 Tk Send and Xauthority
.xmhcheck file 15.4 Reading Your Mail
xmh E.2 xmh Reference Guide
customizing and MH 16.5 Conflicts Between xmh and MH Customization
built-in xmh operations 16.5 Conflicts Between xmh and MH Customization
effect of MH profile 16.5 Conflicts Between xmh and MH Customization
draft message files 15.1 Sending Mail, 2.6 Special Files for xmh
editing MH profile from xmh window 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
external editors 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
history B.2 History of xmh
in mh-e history B.4 Early History of mh-e
mouse 14.7 Changing Sizes of Each Area, 15.3 Editing in xmh, 15.2 Scrollbars, 14.3 What's in the xmh Window
obtaining 1.7 Obtaining MH, xmh, exmh, and mh-e
Quick Reference E.2 xmh Reference Guide
quitting 15.10 The Master xmh Window
snooping 16.9 Snooping on xmh
starting 14.2 Running xmh
text editing commands 15.3 Editing in xmh
tour 14.0 Chapter Introduction
xmh accelerators
META-S 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
META-SHIFT-M 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
xmh actions
XmhAddToSequence 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCancelPick 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCheckForNewMail 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhClose 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCloseView 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCommitChanges 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhComposeMessage 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCreateFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhDeleteFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhDeleteSequence 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhEditView 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhForceRescan 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhForward 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhIncorporateNewMail 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhInsert 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhLeaveFolderButton 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhMarkCopy 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhMarkDelete 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhMarkMove 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhOpenFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhOpenFolderInNewWindow 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhOpenSequence 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPackFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPickMessages 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPopFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPopSequence 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPopupFolderMenu 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPrint 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPrintView 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPromptOkayAction 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPushFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPushSequence 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhReloadSeqLists 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhRemoveFromSequence 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhReply 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhResetCompose 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSave 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSaveView 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSend 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSetCurrentFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhShellCommand 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSortFolder 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhUnmark 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhUseAsComposition 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewForward 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewInNewWindow 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewMarkDelete 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewNextMessage 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewPrevious 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewPreviousMessage 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewReply 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewUseAsComposition 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhWMProtocols 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
xmh command-line options 16.1 Command-line Settings
-bg 16.2 Command-line Options
-bw 16.2 Command-line Options
-display 16.2 Command-line Options
-fg 16.2 Command-line Options
-flag 16.2 Command-line Options
-geometry 16.7 Changing Table of Contents
-iconic 16.2 Command-line Options
-initial 16.2 Command-line Options
-path 16.2 Command-line Options
-xrm 16.2 Command-line Options
xmh commands
Add to Sequence 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences
Close Window 15.3 Editing in xmh, 14.11 Leaving xmh, 14.4 Sending Mail, 15.10 The Master xmh Window
Commit Changes 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Compose Message 14.4 Sending Mail, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
Copy (Link) 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Create Folder 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Delete 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 14.10 Removing Messages
Delete Folder 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Edit Message 15.3 Editing in xmh, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Forward 14.9 Forwarding Messages, 15.1 Sending Mail, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
Incorporate New Mail 14.5 Getting New Mail, 15.4 Reading Your Mail
Insert 15.1 Sending Mail
Move 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
New Headers 15.3 Editing in xmh
Open Folder 14.5 Getting New Mail, 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
in New Window 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Open Sequence 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 14.8 Searching for Messages
Pack Folder 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Pick 14.8 Searching for Messages, 15.8 Using Pick
clearing old Entries 15.8 Using Pick
Creating Sequence box 15.8 Using Pick
date field 15.8 Using Pick
date range 15.8 Using Pick
Or button 15.8 Using Pick
-or- 15.8 Using Pick
with msgs from box 15.8 Using Pick
Remove from Sequence 15.7 Introduction to Sequences, 15.9 Modifying Sequences
Reply 14.6 Replying to Mail, 15.1 Sending Mail, 16.6 Template Draft Files Set Headers
Rescan Folder 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
Save Message 15.3 Editing in xmh
Skip 15.8 Using Pick
Sort Folder 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders
UnMark 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 14.10 Removing Messages
Use As Composition 15.3 Editing in xmh, 15.1 Sending Mail
View In New 15.4 Reading Your Mail
View Next Message 14.5 Getting New Mail, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
View Previous Message 14.5 Getting New Mail, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
xmh editor commands
CTRL-B 14.4 Sending Mail, 14.4 Sending Mail
CTRL-E 14.4 Sending Mail
CTRL-F 14.4 Sending Mail, 14.4 Sending Mail
CTRL-N 14.4 Sending Mail
CTRL-P 14.4 Sending Mail, 14.4 Sending Mail
CTRL-R 15.3 Editing in xmh
CTRL-S 15.3 Editing in xmh
CTRL-W 15.1 Sending Mail
META-Q 15.3 Editing in xmh, 14.4 Sending Mail
xmh resources
Banner 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
BlockEventsOnBusy 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
BusyCursor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
BusyPointerColor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CheckFrequency 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CheckNewMail 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CheckpointInterval 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CheckpointNameFormat 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
CommandBox.button.background 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button.foreground 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button1.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandBox.button1.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CommandButtonCount 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
Comp.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.compose.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.compose.Translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.reset.label 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompButtons.reset.translations 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
CompGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
Cursor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
Debug 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
debug 16.9 Snooping on xmh
DraftsFolder 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
Geometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
HideBoringHeaders 14.5 Getting New Mail, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
InitialFolder 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
InitialIncFile 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
MailInterval 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
MailPath 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
MailWaitingFlag 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
MakeCheckpoints 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
MhPath 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.9 Snooping on xmh
NewMailBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
NewMailIconBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
NoMailBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
NoMailIconBitmap 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
PickGeometry 16.2 Command-line Options, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
PointerColor 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
PrefixWmAndIconName 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
PrintCommand 16.8 Changing the Print Command, 16.8 Changing the Print Command, D.26 Explanation of xmhprint, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
ReplyInsertFilter 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
RescanInterval 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
ReverseReadOrder 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SendBreakWidth 15.3 Editing in xmh, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SendWidth 15.3 Editing in xmh, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
ShapeStyle 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
ShowOnInc 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipCopied 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipDeleted 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
SkipMoved 15.6 Organizing Messages with Folders, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
StickyMenu 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TempDir 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TocGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TocPercentage 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
TocWidth 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work, 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
ViewGeometry 16.3 Changing How Commands Work
XmhAddToSequence() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
.xmhcache file 16.7 Changing Table of Contents, 2.6 Special Files for xmh
XmhCancelPick() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCheckForNewMail() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhClose() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCloseView() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCommitChanges() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhComposeMessage() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhCreateFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhDeleteFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhDeleteSequence() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
xmhdraft file 2.6 Special Files for xmh
XmhEditView() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhForceRescan() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhForward() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhIncorporateNewMail() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhInsert() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhLeaveFolderButton() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhMarkCopy() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhMarkDelete() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhMarkMove() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhOpenFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhOpenFolderInNewWindow() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhOpenSequence() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPackFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPickMessages() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPopFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPopSequence() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPopupFolderMenu() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
xmhprint shell script 16.8 Changing the Print Command, D.26 Explanation of xmhprint, The xmhprint Shell Script
XmhPrint() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
.xmh_printerrs file 16.8 Changing the Print Command
XmhPrintView() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
.xmh_profile file 16.5 Conflicts Between xmh and MH Customization
XmhPromptOkayAction() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPushFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhPushSequence() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhReloadSeqLists() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhRemoveFromSequence() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhReply() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhResetCompose() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSave() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSaveView() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSend() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSetCurrentFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhShellCommand action 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhShellCommand() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhSortFolder() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhUnmark() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhUseAsComposition() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewForward() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewInNewWindow() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewMarkDelete() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewNextMessage() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewPrevious() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewPreviousMessage() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators, 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewReply() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhViewUseAsComposition() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators
XmhWMProtocols() 16.4 Changing Buttons; Accelerators

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