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A text-mode mail client http://litcave.rudi.ir/
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NEATMAIL ======== Neatmail is a noninteractive mail client. It generates a listing of the messages in a mailbox in mbox format and executes a list of ex-like commands on it. Neatmail provides the following commands: * mk: generate a listing of the mails in an mbox. * ex: execute the specified commands on an mbox. * pg: page a message in an mbox. * ns: check for new messages among several mboxes. The ex command reads a list of commands from the standard input and executes them on a given mbox file. It ignores all input lines except those beginning with a colon or a capital letter. Lines beginning with a capital letter like "R100 ...", change the value of the status header of the message whose number follows the letter. It also marks the current message. Lines beginning with a colon are named commands. The list of named commands are as follows: * rm: remove the current message. * cp: copy the current message to the given mbox. * mv: move the current message to the given mbox. * hd, set: change the value of the given header of the current message. * ft, filt: filter the message through the given command. * w: write the mbox. * g, g!: ex-like global command. * tj: join threads by modifying "Reply-To" headers. * ch: chop the message at the specified offset. These commands act on the current message by default (if applicable), but different messages may be specified using ex-like addresses. For instance, "2,5rm" removes messages 2 through 5. Addresses may contain search statements, like "/pattern/rm", in which the pattern is a POSIX extended regular expression (the same applies to global command patterns like "%g/pattern/rm"). Search patterns are matched in the subject field of message headers, except when the pattern is "^field: value", in which it is matched against the specified header field instead. SUGGESTED USAGE =============== Generate a message listing (see mk options): $ neatmail mk -st -r inbox >inbox.nm Open inbox.nm in an editor, change the status field of messages and append ex commands. Page, reply, or forward messages (see pg options): $ neatmail pg -m -h from:subject:to:cc: inbox 23 >mail Execute the commands specified in inbox.nm: $ (cat inbox.nm; echo ":w") | neatmail ex inbox