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3181427 Hpux User Guide

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You may want to save important messages for future reference.

1.To save the current message to a file, at the “Command:” prompt,

type:

Command: s

2.The following prompt appears:

Command: Save Message
File message in: =/username

•If you pressEnter, the message is saved in a file named with the
sender'susername in the Mail directory in your home directory.

The equal sign (=) is shorthand for /HomeDirectory/Mail.

•To save the message in another file, enter the name of the file (the
name you enter replaces =/username). For example:

Command: Save Message
File message in: =/oldnews

If the user is Leslie, the current message is saved in the file
oldnews in the /home/leslie/Mail directory. If the oldnews
file already exists, the message will be appended to the contents of
the file. If the oldnews file doesn't already exist, it will be created.

3.To save the message in another directory, enter thepath name of the
directory and the name of the file.

For example:

Command: Save Message
File message in: ~/messages/oldnews

If the user is Leslie, the current message is saved in the file oldnews
in the /home/leslie/messages directory. If the file already exists,
the message will be appended to the contents of the file. If the
oldnews file doesn't already exist, it will be created.

CAUTION

Saved messages automatically deleted.

After you save a message in a file, the message is marked with a D for
deletion. When you exit elm, the message is automatically deleted.

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Chapter 5

Using Electronic Mail

Deleting Mail Messages

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