rcvpack - append message to file
/usr/lib/nmh/rcvpack file [-mbox] [-mmdf]
The rcvpack program will append a copy of the message to the file
listed on its command line.
If the `-mbox' switch is given (the default), then the messages are
separated using mbox (uucp) style delimiters. This is the format used
by most mail clients (elm, mailx, etc.).
If the `-mmdf' switch is given, then the messages are separated by mmdf
style delimiters. Each message in the file is separated by four
CTRL-A's and a newline.
rcvpack will correctly lock and unlock the file to serialize access to
the file, when running multiple copies of rcvpack.
In general, its use is obsoleted by the "file" action of slocal,
although it might still have occasional uses in various shell scripts.
/etc/nmh/mts.conf nmh mts configuration file
rcvdist(1), rcvstore(1), rcvtty(1), slocal(1)
Only two return codes are meaningful, others should be.
[nmh-1.0.4] MH.6.8 RCVPACK(1)
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