MH & xmh: Index for "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

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