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These are the basic commands to get you going, but there are plenty more. If you think that mh-e is for you, read the Chapter Using mh-e and the Chapter Customizing mh-e to find out how you can:

Remember that you can also use MH commands when you're not running mh-e (and when you are!). If you're interested, read more about MH in Part II and Part III.

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