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MH and xmh: Email for Users and Programmers

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MH and xmh: Email for Users and Programmers
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Publisher: O'Reilly
ISBN/ASIN: 1565920937
ISBN-13: 9781565920934
Number of pages: 782

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Learning how to customize your email environment can save you time and make communicating more enjoyable. This book explains how to use, customize, and program with MH electronic mail commands, available on virtually any UNIX system. MH is notable for its power and flexibility: you'll be able to do things you never thought you could do with an email program.

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