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Archive   : UUPC11VD.ZIP
Filename : PERSONAL.RC

 
Output of file : PERSONAL.RC contained in archive : UUPC11VD.ZIP

#
# SAMPLE FILE ONLY -- Do not use if you have already installed
# UUPC and customized this file.
#
# Comment lines begin with a pound sign (#) in column 1.

#
# Sample User configuration file for user John Smith
#

# Essential information

# Change 'moi' to your userid
Mailbox=moi

# Change 'John Smith' to your full name
Name=John Smith

# Directory where your personal mail files, including your Signature
# file, outgoing mail, and mail saved via the "s" command with no
# file name or with the '=' prefix is placed.
Home=c:/usr/mail

# FileSent defines where a copy of all outgoing mail is saved.
# This file will be created, if needed, in your Home directory.
# If you don't want your outgoing mail saved, comment out the
# following.
FileSent=MailSent

# Signature defines a file to be appended to all your outgoing
# mail. This file should, in general, include your name, E-mail
# address, and optionally your Snail Mail address and/or phone
# number. You must create this file yourself, otherwise comment
# out the following.
#
# Note: Also see options=autosign, below.
Signature=personal.sig

# Altsignature defines an alternate signature file, included by
# the ~S command when sending mail.
altsignature=alt.sig

# Aliases defines a file with names and addresses of people you
# often send mail to. You must create this file. Unlike the
# FileSent and Signature, you must include the path name in
# the Aliases file; like the other files, to not use an alias
# file, you may comment the line out.
Aliases=c:/usr/mail/aliases.txt

# Optional mail header items; these headers are not generated if
# these lines don't exist. Note that the lines are commented
# out via a pound sign (#) in this sample file.

# Organization is basically a comment, included in the mail header
# if it exists.
#Organization=Me? Organized?

# Replyto forces RFC-822 mailers to generate answers to the
# specified address. Automatic reply commands (including the
# UUPC/extended MAIL reply command) will respond this address.
#[email protected]

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * The OPTIONS line. There can be one or more options lines, *
# * each with one or more keywords separated by tabs or spaces, *
# * in the UUPC.RC and PERSONAL.RC files. Options are set and *
# * reset in the order that they are read. The defaults are *
# * ALWAYS false for these options, as if you specified: *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=noaskcc noautoedit noautoprint nodot nofromsep
# ... and so forth.

# Use the 'fromsep' option if you must read a mailbox that
# does not have UUPC separators in it, and then UUPC/extended
# will also search for From lines to separate messages.
# messages. Otherwise, use 'nofromsep'.
options=nofromsep

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * With 'autoprint', messages are automatically printed when *
# * you move to them by deleting the previous message. Setting *
# * noautoprint disables this feature. "autoprint" was the *
# * default behavior of versions up through 1.07i. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=autoprint

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * By default, the mail program prompts you in line mode for *
# * your input, and then you can enter the editor when it *
# * prompts you. By setting 'autoedit', it doesn't prompt for *
# * mail from the console if an editor is defined, and instead *
# * goes into the editor immediately for all interactive mail. *
# * autoedit is ignored if no editor is defined. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=autoedit

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * To automatically have the text of mail you are replying to *
# * included in the mail you send, use the "autoinclude" option *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=autoinclude

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * If you want to be prompted for carbon copies, use the *
# * "askcc" option. "askcc" was the default behavior of *
# * versions up through 1.07i. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=askcc

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * If you want your signature file to be automatically *
# * appended, specify "autosign". "autosign" was the default of *
# * versions up through 1.07j. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=autosign

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * "backup" causes old mailboxes to be renamed to a file with *
# * the extension defined by "BackupExt" rather then be deleted. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=backup

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * If you want to be able to terminate your mail with a period *
# * (.), use the "dot" option. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=dot

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Option "doskey" enables use of the MS-DOS 5.0 DOSKEY command *
# * installed, you'll get a nasty message. *
# * line editor. If you specify doskey but not have the TSR *
# * installed, you'll get a nasty message. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=nodoskey

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Option "expert" turns off selected redundant messages and *
# * re-enables the empty line command when DOSKEY is installed. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=noexpert

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Option "forwardsave" causes resent mail to be saved in your *
# * outgoing mail box. The default, "noforwardsave" doesn't *
# * save mail resent with the forward (f) command. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=noforwardsave

# "pager" reverses the meanings of the P/p commands and the
# T/t commands; "nopager" makes "p" and "t" use the external
# pager if available, and "pager" makes "P" and "T" use the
# external pager. This option also affects the help (?) and
# tilde help (~?) commands.
options=nopager

# If you want empty mailboxes deleted automatically, specify
# "purge".
options=purge

# If you want new mail that you read and do not delete or save to
# be automatically saved in your default mailbox when you quit
# mail, specify "save".
options=save

# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
# * Verbose enables the printing of remote delivery messages. *
# * Useful. *
# *--------------------------------------------------------------------*
options=verbose

# Defaults for editing outgoing mail and viewing incoming
# mail. The %s is required to specify the file name.

# Editor for editing outgoing mail with the Edit command.
Editor=Edit %s

# Program defined for displaying incoming mail. By default,
# UUPC will use its own internal pager, suitable for most
# purposes.
#Pager=more < %s

# Information used by the Mail User's Shell, if installed
# Folder defines where to save your mail.
#Folders=~/folders