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Dr. Werner Fink

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postfix, exim and the rest that drives email on the net.

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Mailutils is a swiss army knife of electronic mail handling. It offers a rich set of utilities and daemons for processing e-mail.

All Mailutils programs are able to operate on mailboxes of any existing format, ranging from standard UNIX maildrops, through maildir and up to remote mailboxes, which are transparently accessed using IMAP4, POP3 and SMTP.

Regular users will find here an implementation of the traditional UNIX mail reader mail, command line utilities, such as frm, messages, readmsg, and sieve -- a flexible utility for filtering the incoming mail.

A special feature of Mailutils is an implementation of the MH Message Handling System, which combines a power of the UNIX philosophy with a flexibility of Mailutils libraries, thus allowing to easily incorporate mail from remote mailboxes.

For system administrators, Mailutils provides a set of daemons for delivering and reading electronic mail, including pop3d, imap4d and a universal mail delivery agent, called maidag.

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A very powerful mail user agent. It supports (among other nice things)
highlighting, threading, and PGP. It takes some time to get used to,
however.

Authors:
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Michael Elkins
Thomas Roessler

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The "Unix System Administration Handbook" calls sendmail[tm] "The most complex and complete mail delivery system in common use..." .

Ready-made configuration files are included for systems connected by TCP/IP (with or without a name server) and for systems using UUCP.

Note that 'procmail' is used for local mail agent.

[tm] 'sendmail' is a trademark of Sendmail, Inc.

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tin is an easy-to-use USENET news reader for the console using NNTP.
It supports threading, scoring, different charsets, and many other
useful things. It has also support for different languages.

This version contains 2 patches by dnh@opensuse.org changing the
default key for toggling rot13 from '%' to 'd' and displaying the
number of unread posts instead of lines in the threadview.

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A nice watcher for multiple mailboxes. It can be configured through an
X11 front-end.

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This project provides various shells, like zsh and others. It also serves as development project for packages around the topic of shells in the openSUSE:Factory distribution. If you want to participate you can contact us individually. Please report bugs to the respective bugowners as set.

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The origin of this package belongs to the project Base:System

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The original Korn Shell '93. The ksh is an sh-compatible command
interpreter that executes commands read from standard input or
from a file.

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mksh is the MirBSD enhanced version of the Public Domain Korn
shell (pdksh), a Bourne-compatible shell which is largely si‐
milar to the original AT&T Korn shell; mksh is the only pdksh
derivate currently being actively developed. It includes bug
fixes and feature improvements, in order to produce a modern,
robust shell good for interactive and especially script use.
mksh has UTF-8 support (in substring operations and the Emacs
editing mode) and, while mostly corresponding to OpenBSD-cur‐
rent ksh (without GNU bash-like PS1 and fancy character clas‐
ses), adheres to SUSv4 and is much more robust. The code has
been cleaned up and simplified, bugs fixed, standards compli‐
ance added, and several enhancements (for extended compatibi‐
lity to other modern shells – as well as a couple of its own)
are available. It has sensible defaults as usual with BSD.

Incompatible changes from the upstream version:
* The file /etc/mkshrc is considered and read before $ENV is
processed (so ${ENV:-~/.mkshrc} ought to _not_ source it).

Authors:
Thorsten Glaser

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The posh is a reimplementation of the Bourne SHell, a command interpreter for both interactive and script use. This shell is based on a version of pdksh. It is currently SUSv3 compliance with the following exceptions: echo -n, binary -a and -o to test, local scoping.

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The urlscan utility displays URLs found in an email message with the respective context. Selecting an URL uses the Python webbrowser module to determine which browser to open. It also supports quoted-printable and base64 encoding.

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This is the X11:Utilities project. Its main purpose is to serve as development project for packages around the topic of X11 utilities in the openSUSE:Factory distribution. If you want to participate you can contact us individually or use our mailinglist opensuse-xorg@opensuse.org. Please report bugs to the respective bugowners as set.

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