Saluton!

* Eric Schwartz; 2003-08-21, 13:52 UTC:
> 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.

Consider upgrading to nail. nail is a drop-in replacement for
(Berkeley) mail that provides MIME support (missing MIME support is
one of the major shortcomings of Berkeley mail). It is available at

http://omnibus.ruf.uni-freiburg.de/~gritter/

This is quick help for mail

Usage: mail [-iIHnv] [-s subject] [-c cc-addr] [-b bcc-addr] to-addr
            ... [- sendmail-options ...]
       mail [-iIHnNv] -f [name]
       mail [-iIHnNv] [-u user]

and this is quick help for nail:

Usage: nail [-BFintv~] [-s subject] [-a attachment] [-c cc-addr]
            [-b bcc-addr] [-r from-addr] [-h hops] to-addr ...
            [- sendmail-options ...]
       nail [-BeHiInNv~] [-T name] -f [name]
       nail [-BeinNv~] [-u user]

nail is especially usefull for script-controlled sending of e-mails
with attachments. It is considerably faster than mutt for this
purpose.

Josef 'Jupp' Schugt

Gis,

Josef 'Jupp' Schugt
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