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traditional_mail_1_mailx_1 [2022/01/21 03:31]
zilog [Specific mailx Client Configurations and Usage]
traditional_mail_1_mailx_1 [2022/02/10 18:45] (current)
zilog added footnote to '~?' tilde cmd
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 |    ~h     | edit the message headers; use ~c, ~b for CC and BCC| |    ~h     | edit the message headers; use ~c, ~b for CC and BCC|
 |    ~r     | read a local file into message buffer              | |    ~r     | read a local file into message buffer              |
-|    ~?     | list all tilde commands and their usage            |+|    ~?((conflicts with openssh; put ''EscapeChar none'' in ~homeuser/.ssh/config to disable))     | list all tilde commands and their usage            |
  
 Once a composed message is ready to be sent an EOF (''CTRL+D'') is entered on a new line (traditionally BSD mail also accepts a single "." (dot) on a new line; enable the ''bsdcompat'' option in the config file for this behavor).  See the **Mail Tilde Command Ref** document and the manpages for additional info. Once a composed message is ready to be sent an EOF (''CTRL+D'') is entered on a new line (traditionally BSD mail also accepts a single "." (dot) on a new line; enable the ''bsdcompat'' option in the config file for this behavor).  See the **Mail Tilde Command Ref** document and the manpages for additional info.
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