want to send mail to other clients through terminals
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3.type on the terminal.
suppose there is a user on the terminal tty2 called amit
you will see
type the one to whom you want to send a carbon copy otherwise left blank
then type enter then there comes a subject part
say hi then press enter
type your message
then press ctrl+d
4.go to that terminal and type
you will see some mails and messeges
browse through + and - buttons
then there comes an and prompt
you can type commands to and prompt like
1.After examining a message you can delete message by typing d
2.You can reply message by typing r
3.The message can be undeleted u by giving its number, or the mail session can be aborted by giving the exit x command or exit command
Last edited by am_it_wild; 03-27-2009 at 03:25 PM.
Reason: correct errors