MH & xmh: Index for "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

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This file is from the third edition of the book MH & xmh: Email for Users & Programmers, ISBN 1-56592-093-7, by Jerry Peek. Copyright 1991, 1992, 1995 by O'Reilly & Associates, Inc. This file is freely-available; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation. For more information, see the file copying.htm.

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