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       run-mailcap,  view,  see,  edit,  compose, print - execute programs via
       entries in the mailcap file


       run-mailcap       --action=ACTION       [--option[=value]]       [MIME-
       TYPE:[ENCODING:]]FILE [...]

       The see, edit, compose and print versions are just aliases that default
       to the view, edit, compose, and print actions (respectively).


       run-mailcap (or any of its  aliases)  will  use  the  given  action  to
       process  each  mime-type/file  in  turn.  Each file is specified as its
       mime-type, its encoding  (e.g.  compression),  and  filename  together,
       separated  by  colons.   If  the  mime-type  is  omitted, an attempt to
       determine the type is made by trying to match the file's extension with
       those  in  the  mime.types  files.  If the encoding is omitted, it will
       also be determined from the  file's  extensions.   Currently  supported
       encodings  are gzip (.gz), bzip (.bz), bzip2 (.bz2), and compress (.Z).
       A filename of "-" can be used to mean  "standard  input",  but  then  a
       mime-type must be specified.

       Both  the user's files (~/.mailcap; ~/.mime.types) and the system files
       (/etc/mailcap; /etc/mime.types) are searched in turn for information.

         see picture.jpg
         compose text/html:index.htm
         extract-mail-attachment msg.txt | see image/tiff:gzip:-

       All options are in the form --<opt>=<value>.

              Performs the specified action on the files.  Valid  actions  are
              view,  cat  (uses only "copiousoutput" rules and sends output to
              STDOUT) , compose, composetyped, edit and print.  If  no  action
              is  specified,  the action will be determined by how the program
              was called.

              Turns on extra information to find out what is happening.

              Ignores  any  "copiousoutput"  directive  and  sends  output  to

              Displays the found command without actually executing it.




       run-mailcap   (and   its   aliases)   was   written   by   Brian  White


       run-mailcap (and its aliases) is in the public domain  (the  only  true