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    1 #--MKRC-START--
    2 #@ /etc/s-nail.rc - configuration file for S-nail(1)
    3 #--MKRC-END--
    4 #@ The syntax of this file is interpreted as follows:
    5 #@ - Leading and trailing space, tabulator, newline (" \t\n") and all members
    6 #@   *ifs-ws* are removed.
    7 #@ - Empty lines are ignored.
    8 #@ - Any other line is a command line.  Such lines can be spread over
    9 #@   multiple lines if the newline character is "escaped" by placing
   10 #@   a reverse solidus character \ as the last character of the line; any
   11 #@   leading whitespace of follow lines is ignored, trailing whitespace before
   12 #@   the escaped newline is not.
   13 #@ - The number sign # is the comment-command and causes the (joined) line
   14 #@   (content) to be ignored.
   15 #@ S-nail v14.9.11 / 2018-08-08
   16 
   17 ## Variables
   18 
   19 # The standard POSIX 2008/Cor 2-2016 mandates the following initial settings:
   20 # [a]   noallnet, noappend, asksub, noaskbcc, noaskcc, noautoprint,
   21 # [b-e] nobang, nocmd, nocrt, nodebug, nodot, escape="~",
   22 # [f-i] noflipr, nofolder, header, nohold, noignore, noignoreeof,
   23 # [j-o] nokeep, nokeepsave, nometoo, nooutfolder,
   24 # [p-r] nopage, prompt="? ", noquiet, norecord,
   25 # [s]   save, nosendwait, noshowto, nosign, noSign,
   26 # [t-z] toplines="5"
   27 #
   28 # Notes:
   29 # - *hold, *keep*, *keepsave* and *sendwait* are deliberately set below.
   30 # - no*onehop* doesn't exist in this implementation.
   31 #   (To pass options through to the MTA, either add them after a "--"
   32 #   separator on the command line or set the *mta-arguments* variable.)
   33 # (Keep in SYNC: ./nail.h:okeys, ./nail.rc, ./nail.1:"Initial settings"!)
   34 #
   35 # Adjust the standard-imposed default variable settings.
   36 # Some of the following variables are not portable and may thus have no effect
   37 # with other Mail(1) / mailx(1) programs.
   38 # Entries are marked [OPTION] if their availability is compile-time dependent.
   39 
   40 # If threaded mode is activated, automatically collapse thread
   41 set autocollapse
   42 
   43 # Enter threaded mode automatically
   44 #set autosort=thread
   45 
   46 # Append rather than prepend when writing to mbox automatically.
   47 # This has no effect unless *hold* is unset (it is set below), it is
   48 # a compile-time setting for other cases.
   49 # This is a traditional entry and should usually be set.
   50 set append
   51 
   52 # Ask for a message subject.
   53 set ask
   54 
   55 # Uncomment this in order to get coloured output in $PAGER (if possible).
   56 #set colour-pager
   57 # If your $PAGER is less(1) or lv(1) you will usually be served with
   58 #  ? wysh set PAGER=less; environ unset LESS
   59 #  ? wysh set PAGER=lv; environ unset LV
   60 
   61 # Assume a CRT-like terminal and invoke a $PAGER if output doesn't fit on a
   62 # the screen.  (Set crt=0 to always page; value treated as number of lines.)
   63 set crt
   64 
   65 # When entering compose mode, directly startup into $EDITOR, as via `~e'.
   66 # If the value is "v", startup into $VISUAL, as via `~v' instead.
   67 #set editalong=v
   68 
   69 # When spawning an editor in compose mode (`~e', `~v', *editalong*), allow
   70 # editing of headers.
   71 set editheaders
   72 
   73 # Startup into interactive mode even if the (given) mailbox is empty.
   74 set emptystart
   75 
   76 # When `reply'ing etc. name parts and comments are stripped from receiver
   77 # addresses unless this variable is set.
   78 set fullnames
   79 
   80 # [OPTION] Add more entries to the history as is done by default.
   81 # The latter will cause the built-in editor to save those entries, too.
   82 # (The *history-file* variable controls persistency of the history.)
   83 set history-gabby history-gabby-persist
   84 
   85 # Do not move read messages of system mailboxes to MBOX by default since this
   86 # is likely to be irritating for most users today; also see *keepsave*.
   87 set hold
   88 
   89 # Quote the original message in replies by "> " as usual on the Internet.
   90 # POSIX mandates tabulator ("wysh set indentprefix=$'\t'") as default.
   91 set indentprefix="> "
   92 
   93 # Mark messages that have been answered.
   94 set markanswered
   95 
   96 # Try to circumvent false or missing MIME Content-Type descriptions.
   97 # Do set a value for extended behaviour (see the manual).
   98 #set mime-counter-evidence
   99 set mime-counter-evidence=0b1111
  100 
  101 # Control loading of mime.types(5) file, "s"ystem and/or "u"ser, etc.
  102 # Builtin types exist and may be sufficient.  The default equals "us".
  103 #set mimetypes-load-control
  104 
  105 # Do not remove empty (MBOX) system mailboxes.  (_No_ empty (MBOX) mailbox
  106 # at all if $POSIXLY_CORRECT a.k.a. *posix* is set!)
  107 # This may be relevant for privacy since other users could otherwise create
  108 # them with different permissions.
  109 set keep
  110 
  111 # Do not move `save'd or `write'n message to $MBOX by default since this is
  112 # likely to be irritating for most users today; also see *hold*.
  113 set keepsave
  114 
  115 # An informational prompt (and see "Gimmicks" below).
  116 # Note the _real_ evaluation occurs once used (see *prompt* manual entry).
  117 #wysh set prompt='?\$?!\$!/\$^ERRNAME[\${account-name}#\${mailbox-display}]? '
  118 
  119 # Automatically quote the text of the message that is responded to.
  120 set quote
  121 
  122 # When replying, do not merge From: and To: of the original message
  123 # into To:.  Instead old From: -> new To:, old To: -> merge Cc:.
  124 set recipients-in-cc
  125 
  126 # When responding to a message, try to answer in the same character set
  127 # (which is subject to `charsetalias' expansion, though).
  128 #set reply-in-same-charset
  129 
  130 # [OPTION] Outgoing messages are sent in UTF-8 if possible, otherwise LATIN1.
  131 # Note: it is highly advisable to read the section "Character sets" of the
  132 # manual in order to understand all the possibilities that exist to fine-tune
  133 # charset usage (variables also of interest: *ttycharset*, *charset-8bit*,
  134 # *sendcharsets-else-ttycharset*; and of course we inherit the $LC_CTYPE /
  135 # $LC_ALL / $LANG environment variables and react upon them).
  136 set sendcharsets=utf-8,iso-8859-1
  137 
  138 # When sending a message wait until the MTA (including the built-in SMTP one)
  139 # exits before accepting further commands.  Only with this variable set errors
  140 # reported by the MTA will be recognizable!
  141 set sendwait
  142 
  143 # Display real sender names in header summaries instead of only addresses.
  144 set showname
  145 
  146 # Show recipients of messages sent by the user himself in header summaries.
  147 set showto
  148 
  149 ## Commands
  150 
  151 # Most commands are not portable to other Mail(1) / mailx(1) programs, which is
  152 # why most commands are commented out.  To remain portable, place anything
  153 # specific in its own file, then "set mailx-extra-rc=~/.my-file" in $MAILRC
  154 # (usually ~/.mailrc).
  155 
  156 # Map ISO-8859-1 to LATIN1, and LATIN1 to CP1252.
  157 # (These mappings are not applied to character sets specified by other
  158 # variables, e.g., sendcharsets).
  159 #charsetalias iso-8859-1 latin1  latin1 cp1252
  160 
  161 # Only include the selected header fields when printing messages
  162 # `headerpick' is not portable, so use the standard `retain'
  163 retain from_ date from to cc subject message-id mail-followup-to reply-to
  164 #headerpick type retain from_ date from to cc subject \
  165 #   message-id mail-followup-to reply-to
  166 # ...when forwarding messages
  167 #headerpick forward retain subject date from to cc
  168 # ...and don't include these when saving message, etc.
  169 #if [ "$features" =@ +regex ]
  170 #  headerpick save ignore '^Original-.*$' '^X-.*$'
  171 #end
  172 
  173 ## Some pipe-TYPE/SUBTYPE entries
  174 
  175 # HTML as text, inline display via lynx(1).
  176 #if [ "$features" !@ +filter-html-tagsoup ]
  177 #   set pipe-text/html='@* lynx -stdin -dump -force_html'
  178 #endif
  179 
  180 # "External body", URL type supported only.
  181 #wysh set pipe-message/external-body='@* echo $MAILX_EXTERNAL_BODY_URL'
  182 
  183 # PDF display, asynchronous display: via `mimeview' command only.
  184 #wysh set pipe-application/pdf='@=&@\
  185 #   trap "rm -f \"${MAILX_FILENAME_TEMPORARY}\"" EXIT;\
  186 #   trap "trap \"\" INT QUIT TERM; exit 1" INT QUIT TERM;\
  187 #   mupdf "${MAILX_FILENAME_TEMPORARY}"'
  188 
  189 ## Gimmicks
  190 
  191 # More key bindings for the Mailx-Line-Editor (when in interactive mode).
  192 #if terminal && [ "$features" =@ +key-bindings ]
  193 #   \bind base $'\e',d mle-snarf-word-fwd
  194 #   \bind base $'\e',$'\c?' mle-snarf-word-bwd
  195 #   \bind base $'\e',f mle-go-word-fwd
  196 #   \bind base $'\e',b mle-go-word-bwd
  197 #   \bind base $'\cL' mle-clear-screen
  198 #   \bind compose :kf1 ~v
  199 #endif
  200 
  201 # Coloured prompt for the Mailx-Line-Editor (when in interactive mode).
  202 #if terminal && [ "$features" =@ +mle ] && [ "$features" =@ +colour ]
  203 #   colour 256 mle-position fg=202
  204 #   colour 256 mle-prompt fg=red
  205 #   colour iso mle-position ft=reverse
  206 #   colour iso mle-prompt fg=red
  207 #   colour mono mle-position ft=reverse
  208 #   colour mono mle-prompt ft=bold
  209 #endif
  210 
  211 # Install file-extension handlers to handle MBOXes in various formats.
  212 #filetype \
  213 #   bz2 'bzip2 -dc' 'bzip2 -zc' \
  214 #   gpg 'gpg -d' 'gpg -e' \
  215 #   gz 'gzip -dc' 'gzip -c' \
  216 #   xz 'xz -dc' 'xz -zc' \
  217 #   zst 'zstd -dc' 'zstd -19 -zc' \
  218 #   zst.pgp 'gpg -d | zstd -dc' 'zstd -19 -zc | gpg -e'
  219 
  220 # s-it-mode