redistribute mail using the Resent- notation
[ -rw ] [ --subargs ] addresses
[ -t addresses ] [ -c addresses ]
The resend command
is responsible for taking as input a standard mail message,
adding the various Resent- components to it, and then handing
it over to
The usual method of operation is to pipe a message into resend
and supply the addresses to which to resend the message on the command line.
The default behavior can be changed with the following flags:
After the flags have been processed, the address lists for
the message are built up. Normally all addresses are put onto
one ``Resent-To:'' line, but they can be broken up onto
several ``Resent-To:'' lines by prefixing a block of addresses
with the -t flag. Alternatively the -c flag will start
building up a list of ``Resent-Cc:'' addresses. resend
looks after all the other headers, such as ``Resent-Date'', ``Resent-From''
This specifies that error returns for this message are not required.
This flag enables you to follow the delivery attempt.
submit and its children will print out what they are doing.
Any argument starting in this manner is passed directly
to submit after losing the --.
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SCO OpenServer Release 5.0.7 -- 11 February 2003