Pine has other useful features that have not been covered in this
introductory document. Although originally designed for novice email
users, Pine has evolved to support many advanced features. It has
become an easy-to-use program for sending, receiving, and filing
Internet electronic mail messages and bulletin board (USENET)
messages including multimedia attachments.
If you would like to learn more about Pine:
Try all of the commands at the bottom of each Pine screen, including
the ones that appear when you press O (OTHER CMDS).
Read Pine's online help. It contains tips to help you at every stage of
learning Pine. Read about different functions, even those you don't
Explore Pine's other options. To see them, at the Pine Main Menu,
press S (Setup). You see a message asking you to choose one
of the following tasks:
At the Pine Main Menu, press R (RelNotes) to see Pine's
P (Printer) to select a printer
N (Newpassword) to change your account password
C (Config) to allow advanced users to set different Pine
configurations (there are many Pine commands that are not available
by default and have to be enabled before you can use them)
U (Update) to read technical notes
S (Signature) to create an email signature
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UnixWare 7 Release 7.1.4 - 22 April 2004