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copying script from server to home computer using nova terminal

I'm using a nova session to create and edit scripts on my school's unix server.

I would like to pull my script off the server and put it in a notepad file on my desktop for the purposes of editing and copying and pasting my script in forums.

Can someone please help me with this? I'm sick of using the VI editor; I should be able to just edit scripts in notepad and then put them onto the server right?

Please excuse my ignorance in this matter

Thanks

V/R

Mike
 
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INSTALLSIEVE(1) 					      General Commands Manual						   INSTALLSIEVE(1)

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NAME
installsieve - user utility for managing sieve scripts SYNOPSIS
installsieve DESCRIPTION
installsieve is a utility that allows users to manage their sieve scripts kept on the server. OPTIONS
-v <name> View script with the given name. The script if retrieved sucessfully is output to standard output. -l List all of the scripts currently on the server. If one of the scripts is active a arrow is printed indicating that it is the active script. -p <port> Port to connect to. If left off this defaults to "sieve" as defined in /etc/services. -i <file> Install a file onto the server. If a script with the same name already exists on the server it is overwritten. Upon sucessfully putting the script on the server the script is set active. If <file> has the extension .script it is chopped when put on the server since sieve names may not contain a '.'. -a <name> Set <name> as the active script. The list of available names can be obtained from the '-l' option.. -d <name> Delete the sieve script on the server with <name>. -m <mechanism> Force installsieve to use <mechanism> for authentication. If not specified the strongest authentication mechanism is chosen. -g <name> Get the sieve script with <name> and save it to disk with a ".script" extension. If a file with that name already exists it is overwritten. -u <user> Userid/Authname to use for authentication; by default, the current user. CMU
Project Cyrus INSTALLSIEVE(1)

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