Chapter 21: Using exmh

21.0 Chapter Introduction
21.1 Mousing Around
21.2 Keyboard Commands
21.3 The exmh Display
21.4 Folder Display
21.5 Folder Cache
21.6 Table of Contents
21.7 Message Display
21.8 Managing Messages
21.8.1 Deleting Messages
21.8.2 Refiling Messages
21.8.3 Undo
21.8.4 Linking Messages
21.8.5 Auto Commit
21.8.6 Implied Direction
21.8.7 Skipping Marked Messages
21.8.8 Changing Folders Automatically
21.9 Sending Mail
21.9.1 Sending a New Message
21.9.2 Replying to a Message
21.9.3 Forwarding a Message
21.9.4 Using an Existing Message as a Template
21.10 Mail Aliases
21.11 The Built-in Editor
21.11.1 Editing Commands
21.11.2 Sending a Message
21.11.3 Saving a Draft
21.11.4 Aborting a Draft
21.11.5 Signatures
21.11.6 PGP
21.12 Mail Formatting
21.12.1 Line Breaks
21.12.2 Changing Fonts
21.12.3 Inserting Files
21.13 MIME Formatting
21.14 Faces
21.14.1 Facesaver Database
21.14.2 X-Face Header Fields
21.15 Using Another Editor
21.16 Filtering Mail
21.16.1 Filtering and the Unseen Sequence
21.16.2 Incorporating Mail
21.16.3 Mail Filtering File Examples
21.17 Tips
21.17.1 Background Processing
21.17.2 Scan Caches
21.17.3 Optimizing Message Display
21.17.4 More Keyboard Stuff
21.17.5 Large Folders
21.18 Tk Send and Xauthority
21.19 More Information

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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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