Commit c620279b authored by Bill Wohler's avatar Bill Wohler
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(Incorporating Mail): Use output of "mhparam Path" to set MAILDIR.

(Reading Mail): Document the customization of read-mail-command for
MH-E.
(Viewing Attachments): Document mm-discouraged-alternatives.
(Tool Bar): Fix Texinfo for mh-xemacs-use-tool-bar-flag.
(Junk): Add more information about the settings of mh-junk-background
in a program. Add /usr/bin/mh to PATH in examples.
parent 8357b759
2006-11-13 Bill Wohler <wohler@newt.com>
* mh-e.texi (Incorporating Mail): Use output of "mhparam Path" to set
MAILDIR.
(Reading Mail): Document the customization of read-mail-command for
MH-E.
(Viewing Attachments): Document mm-discouraged-alternatives.
(Tool Bar): Fix Texinfo for mh-xemacs-use-tool-bar-flag.
(Junk): Add more information about the settings of mh-junk-background
in a program. Add /usr/bin/mh to PATH in examples.
2006-11-12 Richard Stallman <rms@gnu.org>
* woman.texi: Update author address but say he no longer maintains it.
......
......@@ -11,9 +11,9 @@
@set VERSION 8.0.1
@c Edition of the manual. It is either empty for the first edition or
@c has the form ", nth Edition" (without the quotes).
@set EDITION
@set UPDATED 2006-06-20
@set UPDATE-MONTH June, 2006
@set EDITION , 2nd Edition
@set UPDATED 2006-11-11
@set UPDATE-MONTH November, 2006
@c Other variables.
@set MH-BOOK-HOME http://rand-mh.sourceforge.net/book/mh
......@@ -1481,7 +1481,8 @@ use @command{procmail} to filter this mail into @file{~/mail/mh-e}
with the following recipe in @file{.procmailrc}:
@smallexample
MAILDIR=$HOME/mail
PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/mh
MAILDIR=$HOME/`mhparam Path`
:0:
* ^From mh-e-devel-admin@@stop.mail-abuse.org
mh-e
......@@ -1560,9 +1561,9 @@ the message numbers from outside of MH-E.
@cindex modes, MH-Show
@cindex reading mail
@findex mh-rmail
@kindex M-x mh-rmail
@kindex F r
@kindex F v
@kindex M-x mh-rmail
The MH-E entry point for reading mail is @kbd{M-x mh-rmail}. This
command incorporates your mail and creates a buffer called
......@@ -1573,6 +1574,14 @@ into MH-E. Or, give a prefix argument to @code{mh-rmail} so it will
prompt you for folder to visit like @kbd{F v} (for example, @kbd{C-u
M-x mh-rmail @key{RET} bob @key{RET}}). @xref{Folders}.}.
@findex display-time
@vindex read-mail-command
There are some commands that need to read mail, such as @kbd{Mouse-2}
over the @samp{Mail} button that @code{display-time} adds to the mode
line. You can configure Emacs to have these commands use MH-E by
setting the option @code{read-mail-command} to @samp{mh-rmail}.
@cindex @command{scan}
@cindex @samp{Message} menu
@cindex MH commands, @command{scan}
......@@ -2476,6 +2485,13 @@ the option @code{mh-display-buttons-for-alternatives-flag} is on, then
the preferred part is shown inline and buttons are shown for each of
the other alternatives.
@vindex mm-discouraged-alternatives
Many people prefer to see the @samp{text/plain} alternative rather
than the @samp{text/html} alternative. To do this in MH-E, customize
the option @code{mm-discouraged-alternatives}, and add
@samp{text/html}. The next best alternative, if any, will be shown.
@kindex K i
@findex mh-folder-inline-mime-part
......@@ -6381,7 +6397,7 @@ Function called by the tool bar search button (default:
Tool bar location (default: @samp{Same As Default Tool Bar}).
@c -------------------------
@item mh-xemacs-use-tool-bar-flag
If on, use tool bar (default: on, if supported).
If @samp{on}, use tool bar (default: @samp{on}, if supported).
@end vtable
In GNU Emacs, icons for some of MH-E's functions are added to the tool
......@@ -7559,12 +7575,20 @@ reclassifies a range of messages (@pxref{Ranges}) as ham if it were
incorrectly classified as spam. It then refiles the message into the
@file{+inbox} folder.
@cindex @samp{*MH-E Log*}
@cindex buffers, @samp{*MH-E Log*}
@findex call-process
@vindex mh-junk-background
By default, the programs are run in the foreground, but this can be
slow when junking large numbers of messages. If you have enough memory
or don't junk that many messages at the same time, you might try
turning on the option @code{mh-junk-background}.
turning on the option @code{mh-junk-background}. @footnote{Note that
the option @code{mh-junk-background} is used as the @code{display}
argument in the call to @code{call-process}. Therefore, turning on
this option means setting its value to @samp{0}. You can also set its
value to @samp{t} to direct the programs' output to the @samp{*MH-E
Log*} buffer; this may be useful for debugging.}
The following sections discuss the various counter-spam measures that
MH-E can work with.
......@@ -7590,6 +7614,7 @@ To use SpamAssassin, add the following recipes to @file{~/.procmailrc}:
@cindex header field, @samp{X-Spam-Status:}
@smallexample
PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/mh
MAILDIR=$HOME/`mhparam Path`
# Fight spam with SpamAssassin.
......@@ -7712,6 +7737,7 @@ To use bogofilter, add the following recipes to @file{~/.procmailrc}:
@cindex header field, @samp{X-Bogosity:}
@smallexample
PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/mh
MAILDIR=$HOME/`mhparam Path`
# Fight spam with Bogofilter.
......@@ -7764,6 +7790,7 @@ To use SpamProbe, add the following recipes to @file{~/.procmailrc}:
@cindex header field, @samp{X-SpamProbe:}
@smallexample
PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/mh
MAILDIR=$HOME/`mhparam Path`
# Fight spam with SpamProbe.
......@@ -7803,6 +7830,7 @@ can't read.
@cindex header field, @samp{Subject:}
@smallexample
PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/mh
MAILDIR=$HOME/`mhparam Path`
#
......@@ -8528,6 +8556,7 @@ to the GnuCash mailing list, substitute one to which you are
subscribed.
@smallexample
PATH=$PATH:/usr/bin/mh
MAILDIR=$HOME/`mhparam Path`
# Place mail sent to the GnuCash mailing list in gnucash.spool, where
# Gnus will pick it up.
......
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