On Thu, Aug 21, 2003 at 09:32:02AM +0900, Eric Schwartz wrote:
> dagbrown / LART.ca (Dave Brown) writes:
> > No way!  Mutt isn't hard-core enough for the TRUE hard-core
> > command-line users.  They insist on mh.
> 
> mh?  Bloody MUAs, always bloating & adding features you don't need.
> If you're not using mail(1), you're spending too much time loading
> code, and not enough time reading mail.

tail -f /var/spool/mail/username

:-P

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