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NAME

       wmail - watches your inbox

SYNOPSIS

       wmail [OPTIONS]

DESCRIPTION

       wmail  is a Window Maker docklet watching your inbox, which is either a
       ordinary mbox or a directory conforming to qmails  Maildir  format.  It
       provides a nice little GUI displaying some useful pieces of information
       about your inbox.

       -display <string>
              display to use

       -c, --command <string>
              command to run on button-click ("xterm -e mail" is default)

       -i, --intervall <number>
              number of seconds between mail-status updates (1 is default)

       -f, --familyname
              tickers the family-name if available

       -fps, --frames <number>
              ticker frames per second

       -s, --shortname
              tickers the nickname (all before the '@')

       -sc, --symbolcolor <string>
              symbol color-name

       -fc, --fontcolor <string>
              ticker-font color-name

       -bc, --backcolor <string>
              backlight color-name

       -oc, --offcolor <string>
              off-light color-name

       -bg, --background <string>
              frame-background for non-shaped window

       -ns, --noshape
              make the dockapp non-shaped (combine with -w)

       -n, --new
              forces wmail to show new mail exclusively

       -mb, --mailbox <string>
              specify another mailbox ($MAIL is default)

       -e, --execute <string>
              command to execute when receiving a new mail

       -sf, --statusfield
              consider the status-field of  the  mail  header  to  distinguish
              unread mails

       -rs, --readstatus <string>
              status field content that your client uses to mark read mails

       -fn, --tickerfont <string>
              use specified X11 font to draw the ticker

       -h, --help
              shows this help text and exit

       -v, --version
              shows program version and exit

       -w, --windowed
              runs the application in windowed mode

ENVIRONMENT

       wmail recognizes the following environment variables:

       $MAIL

              The location of the inbox you are using

NOTES

       Other mailing mechanisms like POP or IMAP are not supported. Use a tool
       like fetchmail to retrieve POP or IMAP based mail.

AUTHORS

       wmail was written by Sven Geisenhainer. This man page  was  written  by
       Felipe Augusto van de Wiel.

SEE ALSO

       fetchmail(1).



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