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msgchk - check for messages
msgchk [ -help ] [ -nodate ] [ -notify all|mail|nomail ] [ users ... ]
The program checks all known mail drops for mail that is waiting for you. It displays whether you have mail waiting to be read or not and
shows the date that you last read your mail.
You can check other user's maildrops by specifying their user names as the users argument on the command line.
-help Prints a list of the valid options for this command.
-nodate Prints the date when you last read your mail. This is the default behavior of The -nodate option can be used of you do not want
to print this date.
-nonotify Indicates under what circumstances should produce a message. There are three legal values: all, mail, and nomail. The default
is -notify all, which reports the status of the maildrop regardless of whether it has mail in it or not. The -notify mail option
reports the status of the maildrop only if there is mail waiting. The -notify nomail option reports the status of the maildrop
only if there is no mail in it.
Specifies the source which are checked for mail. The only value allowed is file, which is the user's maildrop. Additional val-
ues are supported only for use with other mail systems.
does not understand the $MAILDROP environmental variable. If mail is fetched from a location other than will not be able to determine if
new mail has arrived. However, can still be used to fetch mail when it arrives.
For this version, the -source option only supports the value file. Additional values are supported for use only with other mail systems.
This example shows a user Smith checking his own maildrop:
New file source mail waiting ; last read on Tue, 07 Jun 88 17
The next example shows a user checking the maildrops of two other local users on the same system, Rabb and Jones:
% msgchk Rabb Jones
No file-source mail waiting ; last read on Tue, 07 Jun 13:22:
New file source mail waiting ; last read on Tue, 07 Jun 17:30
The user profile.
The system customization file.
The user's maildrop.