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mhpath(1mh)							   mhpath(1mh)

Name
       mhpath - print full pathnames of MH messages and folders

Syntax
       mhpath [ +foldername ] [ msgs ] [ -help ]

Description
       Use  the	 command to display the full pathname of the specified folder.
       If you do not specify a folder, displays the pathname  of  the  current
       folder.

       If you specify a message with its message number, displays the pathname
       of the specified message.  You can also specify a number	 of  messages,
       or  a  range  of messages.  If the top of the range that you specify is
       greater than the last message in the folder, displays as	 much  of  the
       specified range as possible.

       Additionally can take a keyword or a sequence name.  The following key‐
       words are acceptable:

       first	 The first message in the folder.

       last	 The last message in the folder.

       new	 The message after the last message in the folder.  You cannot
		 use new as part of a message range.

       cur	 The current message in the folder.

       prev	 The message before the current message.

       next	 The message after the current message.

       all	 All of the messages in the folder.

Options
       -help	 Prints a list of the valid options to this command.

Examples
       In the following example, displays message 3 in the folder
       % mhpath +inbox 3
       /r/phyl/Mail/inbox

       The  following  example displays the pathname of messages 2 to 5 in the
       current folder:
       % mhpath 2-5
       /r/phyl/Mail/inbox/2
       /r/phyl/Mail/inbox/3
       /r/phyl/Mail/inbox/4
       /r/phyl/Mail/inbox/5

Profile Components
       Path:   To determine your Mail directory

Files
       The user profile.

See Also
       folder(1mh)

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