NAME¶mmhwrap - invoke mmh commands if they are not in $PATH
mmhwrap command [options...]
DESCRIPTION¶Use mmhwrap if you want to invoke mmh programs without adding the mmh bindir into $PATH, or if you want to install nmh and mmh both. As their tools are equally named (but incompatibe) you can only have one of both tool chests accessible through $PATH. Use the wrapper to access mmh tools, if you have the nmh tools in your $PATH (first).
Copy mmhwrap into a directory that's part of $PATH, likely $HOME/bin or /usr/local/bin. You likely want to rename mmhwrap to something shorter, like `m' for instance:
cp /usr/lib/mmh/mmhwrap $HOME/bin/m chmod +x $HOME/bin/m
Then use it this way:
% m folder inbox+ has 162 messages (1-177); cur=131; (others). % m scan -help Usage: scan [+folder] [msgs] [switches] switches are: -form formatfile -width columns -(file) file -Version -help % m scan f 1 2012-02-13 To: meillo laber blubb % m refile l +foo