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whom - report to whom a message would go
whom [-tocc | -notocc] [-dcc | -nodcc] [-bcc | -nobcc] [-alias | -noalias] [-Version] [-help] file...
Whom is used to list the recipient addresses in the headers of a message.
Per default, whom lists sighted and hidden recipients. The -notocc option suppresses the listing of sighted recipients (To and Cc). The -nodcc option suppresses the listing of hidden DCC recipients. The -nobcc option suppresses the listing of hidden BCC recipients. If the printing of multiple kinds of recipients is requested and hidden ones are present, they are separated by a line similar to `` ==DCC=='' or `` ==BCC==''. The actual separator may change, but the regular expression /^[ \t].*[DB]CC/ should always match. No separator is printed if only one kind of recipients is requested for printing, or if multiple are requested but no hidden recipients are present.
With -alias, aliases for all recipients are expanded, according to the alias files given by the `Aliasfile:' profile entry. This is somehow similar to running:
ali `whom /path/to/msg`
^$HOME/.mmh/profile~^The user profile
^Path:~^To determine the user's mail storage ^Aliasfile:~^For default alias files
`-tocc' `-dcc' `-bcc' `-alias'
whom does not (yet) accept msg and +folder arguments.