Help on sending mail in SWmud
This file combines panic user_mail and panic immortal_mail.
by Descartes of Borg 1993
a [group] [list]
Adds a list of players to the group named. If no such group exists, it
x [group] ([list])
Deletes a list of players from your mailing group. If no list is given,
the entire group is deleted.
Shows the members of the group named. If no group is named, it shows the
names of all available groups, including those defined by the mud.
Gives detailed help on the command you ask for. If no command is stated,
you get this help file!
Mails to a list of recipients.
Marks either the letter named or the current letter for deletion when
you quit out of the mailer.
Unmarks a letter marked for deletion.
t or t
Switches the deletion switch on all or a range of letters.
Lists the headers for letters starting at the letter given until the last
one. If no letter is named, it lists all headers.
r (#) (to|all) or R
Replies to the letter named, sending the reply to those addressed in the
"to" list if a "to" argument is given, to those in the "to" and "cc" lists
if an all argument is given, or simply
to the original sender if no argument is given. If you do not specify
a letter number, the current letter is replied to. The capital R
command includes the original text in the reply.
to the person who sent the current letter.
to the person who sent the current letter, including the original text.
r to replies
to those listed in the to list and the original sender of the current
R 4 all replies
to the original sender, the people in the to list, and the people in the
cc list of letter number 4 including the original text in the reply.
f (#) [list] or F
Forwards either the letter named or the current letter to the list of
people or groups you want. The capital F
command allows you to add your own comments before the full original.
q or Q
Quits from the mailer. The capital Q
quits without marking your read letters or deleting the mail you marked
IMMORTALS MAIL COMMANDS
s (#) [filename] or S
Saves the text of a letter to the filename given in the immortal's home
directory. No extensions or paths, only alphabetic filenames. The S
command marks the letter for deletion as well as saving it.
(Immortal) Environment variables:
The message you will receive when you receive new mail while online. Use
$S in place of the subject and $N
in place of the name of whom it comes from.
Set to 1 if you do not want to be prompted
for cc, 0 otherwise.
Set to 1 if you do not want to see
all your mail headers when you first open your post box.
Set to 1 if you want to be prompted
before the deletion of letters when you exit the mailer.
The mailer looks for a file called ".sig" in your home directory when
you send mail. If it finds such a file, it appends it to your mail automatically.