OpenBCM V1.06 (Linux)

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:: READ DETAILS ::
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Syntax: R(EAD) [<options>] [ <call> | <board> ] [<range>] ["<string>"]

Example:
R -h dl8mbt 1-5
Displays the first 5 mails of DL8MBT and shows the header lines of all BBS
the mails went through.

With   ALTER UREAD <options>   (for usermails)
or     ALTER IREAD <options>   (for bulletins)

you can choose options, which will take effect everytime you use the
READ command. The options specified at the READ command have priority over
the options at ALTER UREAD/IREAD. If you want to switch off an option
specified at ALTER UREAD/IREAD, you have to type an '-' after the option
(e.g. READ -C- 1).

The binary part of a mail can be displayed with option -q ("quiet").
The output has no leadin or leadout. With this option binary files can
be extracted (sysop only), e.g.:   export -b demo.lzh read -q baybox 123

If READ is used with "<string>", only mails with this search string will
be displayed.

See also HELP OPTION READ

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