- D.0 Appendix Introduction
- D.1 Obtaining Example Files From This Book
- D.1.1 World Wide Web and Gopher
- D.1.2 FTP
- D.1.3 Ftpmail
- D.1.4 BITFTP
- D.1.5 UUCP
- D.2 FAQ
- D.3 RFCs and Internet Drafts
- D.4 MH
- D.5 MH Scripts and Examples
- D.6 Metamail
- D.7 mh-e
- D.8 exmh
- D.9 Programs in This Book's Archive
- D.10 Explanation of append
- D.11 Explanation of autoinc
- D.12 Explanation of distprompter
- D.13 Explanation of edprofile
- D.14 The execit Programs
- D.15 Explanation of fols
- D.16 Explanation of mhprofile
- D.17 Explanation of mimecat
- D.18 Explanation of mysend
- D.19 Explanation of original
- D.20 Explanation of recomp
- D.21 Explanation of resend
- D.22 Explanation of rmmer
- D.23 Explanation of scandrafts
- D.24 Explanation of showpr
- D.25 Explanation of storeparts
- D.26 Explanation of xmhprint
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