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NAME

       mail - manual page for mail (GNU Mailutils 2.1)

SYNOPSIS

       mail [OPTION...] [address...]
       mail [OPTION...] -f [OPTION...] [file]
       mail [OPTION...] --file [OPTION...] [file]
       mail [OPTION...] --file=file [OPTION...]

DESCRIPTION

       GNU  mail  --  process  mail  messages  If  -f or --file is given, mail
       operates on the mailbox named by the  first  argument,  or  the  user’s
       mbox, if no argument given.

       -a,  --append=HEADER:  VALUE  append  given header to the message being
              sent

       -e, --exist
              return true if mail exists

       -E, --exec=COMMAND
              execute COMMAND

       -F, --byname
              save messages according to sender

       -H, --headers
              write a header summary and exit

       -i, --ignore
              ignore interrupts

       -n, --norc
              do not read the system mailrc file

       -N, --nosum
              do not display initial header summary

       -p, -r, --print, --read
              print all mail to standard output

       -q, --quit
              cause interrupts to terminate program

       -s, --subject=SUBJ
              send a message with the given SUBJECT

       -t, --to
              precede message by a list of addresses

       -u, --user=USER
              operate on USER’s mailbox

       --tls[=BOOL]
              enable TLS support

              Common options

       --config-file=FILE, --rcfile=FILE
              load this configuration file

       --config-help
              show configuration file summary

       --config-lint, --rcfile-lint
              check configuration file syntax and exit

       --config-verbose, --rcfile-verbose
              verbosely log parsing of the configuration files

       --no-site-config, --no-site-rcfile
              do not load site configuration file

       --no-user-config, --no-user-rcfile
              do not load user configuration file

       --show-config-options
              show compilation options

              Global debugging settings

       --debug-level=LEVEL
              set Mailutils debugging level

       --debug-line-info
              show source info with debugging messages

       --license
              print license and exit

       -?, --help
              give this help list

       --usage
              give a short usage message

       -V, --version
              print program version

       Mandatory or optional arguments to long options are also  mandatory  or
       optional for any corresponding short options.

REPORTING BUGS

       Report bugs to <bug-mailutils@gnu.org>.

SEE ALSO

       The  complete  GNU  mailutils manual is not available in Debian systems
       due to licensing reasons. You can find this manual online  in  the  GNU
       mailutils webpage:
       http://www.gnu.org/software/mailutils/manual/index.html.