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anno(1mh)																 anno(1mh)

Name
       anno - annotate messages

Syntax
       anno [ +folder ] [ msgs ] [ -component field ] [ -help ] [ -[no]inplace ] [ -text body ]

Description
       The command annotates a message by adding one or more header fields to the message.

       The  command  allows  you to choose the name of the header field which you add.	It records the date at which the message is annotated, and
       allows you to add an additional field containing text, if you wish.

       You can use with and to keep track of how you have distributed, forwarded, or replied to messages.

       By default, annotates the current message in the current folder.  You can select another message by using the msg  and  +folder	arguments.
       You can also annotate more than one message, or a range of messages.

Options
       -component field
		 Specifies  the  name  of the header field which adds.	It should be a valid RFC 822-style message field name, which means that it
		 should consist of alphanumeric characters or dashes only.  If you do not supply this option, will prompt you for the field name.

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

       -inplace
       -noinplace
		 The -inplace switch causes annotation to be done in place in order to preserve links to the annotated message.

       -text body
		 Allows you to add a header field containing text to the message.  The command will create a second header field on  the  message,
		 containing  the  text that you specify.  If the text contains a space, you must enclose the text in double quotes (").  If you do
		 not supply this option, adds only one field, which contains the date of the annotation.

       The default settings for this command are:

	      +folder defaults to the current folder
	      msgs defaults to the current message
	      -noinplace

Examples
       This example annotates message number 1 in the folder The -component option specifies the name of the header field:
       % anno 1 +test -component Forwarded
       The following field is added to the message header:
       Forwarded: Tue, 08 Jan 91 16:10:06 +0000

       The next example shows how to use the -text option to add an additional field:
       % anno -component Forwarded -text "to David - as requested"
       The following lines are added to the message header:
       Forwarded: Tue, 08 Jan 91 16:13:27 +0000
       Forwarded: to David - as requested

       The final example shows how prompts for the name of the header field, if the -component option is not supplied:
       % anno
       Enter component name: forwarded
       The following line is added to the message:
       forwarded: Tue, 08 Jan 91 16:21:58 +0000

Profile Components
       Path:   To determine your Mail directory

Files
       The user profile.

See Also
       dist(1mh), forw(1mh), repl(1mh)

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NAME
anno - annotate messages SYNOPSIS
anno [+folder] [msgs] [-component field] [-inplace | -noinplace] [-date | -nodate] [-draft] [-append] [-list] [-delete] [-number [num|all]] [-preserve | -nopreserve] [-version] [-help] [-text body] DESCRIPTION
Anno manipulates header fields or annotations in messages. Header fields consist of a field name and an optional field body as defined by RFC-2822. The -component option specifies the field name, and the -text option specifies the field body. The messages are either the msgs in the named folder, or the draft if invoked with the -draft option. Usually, annotation is performed by the commands dist, forw, and repl, if they are given the -anno switch. This allows you to keep track of your distribution of, forwarding of, and replies to a message. By using anno, you can perform arbitrary annotations of your own. Each message selected will be annotated with the lines field: date field: body The -nodate switch inhibits the date annotation, leaving only the body annotation. By default, anno prepends the annotations to the message. Annotations are instead appended if the -append option is specified. If a -component field is not specified when anno is invoked, anno will prompt the user for the name of field for the annotation. The field specified must be a valid 2822-style message field name, which means that it may only consist of alphanumerics and dashes, The body specified is arbitrary text. Normally anno does the annotation inplace in order to preserve any links to the message. You may change this by using the -noinplace switch. The -list option produces a listing of the field bodies for header fields with names matching the specified component, one per line. The listing is numbered, starting at 1, if the -number option is also used. A tab character separates the number and the field body. The field body is treated as if it is a file name, and only the final path name component is listed. The complete field body is listed if the -text option is used, the contents of the text are ignored. The -delete option removes header fields from messages. The first header field whose name matches the component is deleted if no other options are specified. If the -text option is used in conjunction with the -delete option, the first header field whose name matches the component and whose body matches the text is deleted. The text is treated as if it was a file name; if it begins with a slash, the entire field body must match the text, otherwise just the last path name component of the field body must match. If the -number option is used in conjuction with the -delete option, header field num whose name matches the component is deleted. The number matches that which is pro- duced by the -list option. The special value all can be used for the number, and causes all components that match the name to be deleted. By default, anno changes the last-accessed and last-modified times on annotate messages to the time at which the annotation occurs. Anno preserves the original times if the -preserve option is used. A matching -nopreserve option exists that allows time preservation to be turned off if enabled in the profile. FILES
$HOME/.mh_profile The user profile PROFILE COMPONENTS
Path: To determine the user's nmh directory Current-Folder: To find the default current folder SEE ALSO
dist(1), forw(1), repl(1) DEFAULTS
`+folder' defaults to the current folder `msgs' defaults to cur `-inplace' `-date' CONTEXT
If a folder is given, it will become the current folder. The first message annotated will become the current message. MH.6.8 11 June 2012 ANNO(1)
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