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HPUX- Command A - M

HPUX- Command A - M

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>From
Apparently-To:
Content-Length
Content-Transfer-Encoding
Content-Type:
From
In-Reply-To:
MIME-Version
Mailer:
Message-Id:
Newsgroups:
Received:
References:
Status:
X-Mailer:

There are two special values:

*clear-weed-list*

Clear the default list. The default headers are removed from the
weedout list, allowing you to completely define your own list.

*end-of-user-headers*

Mark the end of the weedout list, in case any following lines could
be mistaken for headers in the list.

The default value of weedout is *end-of-user-headers*.

The underscore (_) character can be used to specify a space.

Note that From weeds out both From and From:. If, for example, you
want to weed out From but not From:, specify *clear-weed-list*
followed by From_ and any other headers that you don’t want to see.

Numeric Variables

Numeric variables have the form

numeric-name = numeric-value

The following numeric variables are defined.

bounceback

Threshold for returning copies of remote UUCP messages. If the desti-
nation host is greater than the specified number of hops (gateways) from
your local host, the destination host sends you a copy of the message
when it is received. If the value is 0, this feature is disabled. The
default is 0.

builtinlines

Determines if the built-in pager should be used on some messages, even
if you usually use an external pager, defined in the pager string vari-
able. There are two ways of defining whether the built-in pager should
be used.

• If you want to use the built-in pager on any message that is shorter
than n lines, set the value to n.

• If you want to use the built-in pager on any message that is m lines
shorter than the number of lines on your screen, set the value to -m.

If you set the value to 0, the message will always be sent through the
external pager. The default is -3.

noencoding

This enables you to send raw 8-bit or binary data when the mail transfer
agent doesn’t support the 8BITMIME and the -B8BITMIME options.
The default is 0.

The possible values are:

0 Always convert 8-bit and binary messages to 7-bit before sending
them.

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1 Convert 8-bit messages to 7-bit, but depend on sendmail to han-
dle binary messages.

2 Depend on sendmail to handle both 8-bit and binary messages.

readmsginc

The value by which the Reading in folder, message: counter is
incremented while reading a new folder. If you set this value to a
number larger than one, it will speed up the time it takes to read a large
folder when you are using a slow terminal. The default is 1.

sleepmsg

The time in seconds that elm will wait after displaying a diagnostic mes-
sage before erasing it. The value can be 0 or a positive integer. The
default is 2.

timeout

The interval, in seconds, after which elm rechecks the incoming mailbox
for new mail. The default is 600 (10 minutes).

userlevel

The relative level of your user sophistication. Acceptable values are:

0 Novice user (the default). Command menus are a small verbose
subset of the available commands.

1 Moderately experienced user. Command menus are a larger terse
subset of the available commands. Outbound message commands
allow you to recover previously unsent messages as the text of the
current outbound message.

2 Expert. The features are the same as for 1.

Level 1 or 2 is required if you want to send a forms message.

Boolean Variables

Boolean variables have the forms

boolean-name = ON −and− boolean-name = OFF

The following boolean variables are defined.

alwaysdelete

If ON, the default answer of the Message Menu q (quit) prompt

Delete messages? (y/n)

is set to y (yes). If OFF, the default answer is set to n (no). The default
is OFF. See the Message Menu q command.

alwayskeep

If ON, the default answer of the Message Menu q (quit) prompt

Keep unread messages in incoming mailbox? (y/n)

is set to y (yes). If OFF, the default answer is set to n (no). The default
is ON. See the Message Menu q command.

alwaysstore

If ON, the default answer of the Message Menu q (quit) prompt

Move read messages to "received" folder? (y/n)

is set to y (yes). If OFF, the default answer is set to n (no). The default
is OFF. See the Message Menu q command.

arrow

If ON, use an arrow (->) to mark the current item in a menu index. If
OFF, use an inverse bar. If the program is invoked with the -a com-
mand line option, arrow is set to ON. The default is OFF.

ask

If ON, you are asked the questions

Delete messages? (y/n)
Move read messages to "received" folder? (y/n)
Keep unread messages in incoming mailbox? (y/n)

(as appropriate) each time you leave the program with the Message
Menu q (quit) command. See that command for details of the process. If
OFF, or if you use the Message Menu Q command, elm uses the values
defined by the alwaysdelete, alwaysstore, and alwayskeep
boolean variables, respectively, without prompting. The default is ON.

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