Git: Nail

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comp.c
mail.h
mbox.c
mesg.c
mkfile
nail.man
util.c
win.c

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NAIL(1)                                                   NAIL(1)

NAME
     Nail - view mail in acme

SYNOPSIS
     Nail [ -Ts ] [ -f maildir ]

DESCRIPTION
     Nail edits a mailbox in an acme(1) environment.  The default
     mailbox is /mail/fs/mbox.  Nail shows 3 views: The list
     view, the message view, and the composition view.

     At startup, Nail takes the following options:
     -T   Disable threading
     -f maildir
          Open the maildir maildir instead of the default -s
          Accept sendmail plumb messages. By default, only the
          Nail instance viewing /mail/fs/mbox will accept plumb
          messages.

     Nail presents a typical acme interface. When started, text
     commands are inserted into the tag bar. In the message view,
     the commands typically apply to the selected messages.  In
     the message and composition views, they typically apply to
     the current message.

     The following text commands are recognized by the message
     list:

     Put  Flush pending chnages back to upasfs(4).
     Delmesg, Undelmesg
          Flags a message for deletion on the next Put invoca-
          tion.
     Next Select the next unread message in the mailbox.
     Mark [┬▒flags]
          Add or remove message flags. The flags recognized are
          listed in upasfs(4)
     Redraw
          Redraws the contents of the mailbox.

     The following text commands are recognized by the message
     view:

     [Q] Reply [all]
          Replies to a message. If 'Q' is specified, quote the
          open message.  If all is specified, reply to all
          addresses on the message.
     Delmesg, Undelmesg
          As with the message view, but applied to the open mes-
          sage.
     Mark As with the message view, but applied to the open mes-
          sage.

     The following text commands are recognized by the composi-
     tion window:

     Post Sends the message currently being composed.

FILES
SEE ALSO
     mail(1), aliasmail(8), filter(1), marshal(1), mlmgr(1),
     nedmail(1), upasfs(4), smtp(8), faces(1), rewrite(6)

BUGS
     Probably.