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NAME    [Toc]    [Back]

       rcvstore - incorporate new mail asynchronously

SYNOPSIS    [Toc]    [Back]

       rcvstore  [+folder] [-[no]create] [-help] [-sequence name]
       [-[no]public] [-[no]zero]

OPTIONS    [Toc]    [Back]

       Creates the specified folder. If you attempt  to  incorporate
 mail into a folder that does not exist, rcvstore creates
 the folder if you supply the -create option.  If  you
       supply the -nocreate option, the folder is not created and
       rcvstore exits. The default is -create.  Prints a list  of
       the  valid options to this command.  Sets the read permissions
 of sequences. Normally, when you create  a  sequence
       with  the -sequence option, the sequence is not accessible
       to other MH users. The -public option makes  the  sequence
       accessible  to  other  MH users. You can use the -nopublic
       option to ensure that the sequence that you create is only
       accessible  to  yourself.   Specifies  a sequence in which
       rcvstore places the messages which  it  incorporates.  For
       more  information  on  sequences, see mark(1). The name of
       the sequence must begin with a letter,  and  must  consist
       entirely  of alphabetic or numeric characters; no punctuation
 is  allowed.   Specifies  whether  to  zero  existing
       sequences  before  adding new messages. Normally, rcvstore
       removes all  existing  messages  from  a  sequence  before
       adding  messages to it. If you specify the -nozero option,
       rcvstore adds the messages it finds to the  existing  contents
  of  the  sequence.  This option only works with the
       -sequence option.

       The defaults for this command are:

       +folder defaults to +inbox
       -nopublic  if the folder is read-only, otherwise -public

DESCRIPTION    [Toc]    [Back]

       The command rcvstore incorporates a message from the standard
 input into an MH folder. If a +folder argument is not
       given the file is placed in your +inbox  folder.  The  new
       message  being  incorporated  is assigned the next highest
       number in the folder.

       If the specified (or default) folder does not exist, it is
       created if the -create option is specified; otherwise rcvstore

       If your file contains a Msg-Protect: entry, it is used  as
       the  protection  on  the newly created messages; otherwise
       the MH default of 0600 is used. During all  operations  on
       messages,  this initially assigned protection is preserved
       for each message. You can use chmod to change the  protection
  on  an individual message, and the new protection is
       preserved thereafter.

       The rcvstore command  incorporates  anything  except  zero
       length messages into your MH folder.

       If  the profile entry Unseen-Sequence: is present and nonempty,
 then rcvstore adds the newly  incorporated  message
       to  each  sequence  named  by the profile entry. Note that
       rcvstore does not zero each sequence prior to adding  messages.


       Path:              To determine your Mail directory
       Folder-Protect:    To  set  protections  when  creating  a new
       Msg-Protect:       To set protections when creating a new message

       Unseen-Sequence:   To name sequences denoting unseen messages

FILES    [Toc]    [Back]

       The user profile.

SEE ALSO    [Toc]    [Back]

       chmod(1),  inc(1),  mark(1),  pick(1), mh-mail(4), mh_profile(4)

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