:: DIR ::
Syntax: D(IR) [<options>] [<board>] [<range>] ["<search string>"]
Lists lists the mails of <board>. <board> can either be the board of an user
(then <board> is the call of the user) or the name of a bulletin board. If
you do not specify a board, the mails of the current board will be listed.
You can specify a range and <search string>, to list certain mails. Options
can be specified in general or directly at the command. See HELP ALTER and
HELP OPTION. To set an option you must type "-" with the option behind, to
switch off an option type the option and "-" after it (e.g. "D -V- SOFTWARE").
Upper-/lowercase letters are of no matter.
Examples: D IBM Lists all mails in the board <IBM>.
D -V SOFTWARE Lists mails in the board <SOFTWARE>; also list
D -12 Lists the 12 NEWEST mails in the current board.
D YEASU "FT470" Lists all mails in the board <YEASU> which
include "FT470" in the title.
The flag behind the running number (option "-K") means following:
) mail is not read
R mail has been read
r mail has been replied
E mail is erased
F mail is forwarded
H mail is set on hold status
W distinguished as WP mail, deleted afterwards
3291) OE3DZW > DL2FZN 22.11.99 22:05 4 83241 #999 (BIN) help zur 1.42
3292r DC2RPT > DL2FZN 23.11.99 19:10 10 286 #999 Re: dns ais
3293R OE3DZW > DL2FZN 23.11.99 19:10 17 639 #999 Re: fragen
See also HELP DIR <subcommand>
Subcommands are: DETAIL (more explainations about DIR)
AFTER BOARDS MESSAGES NEWS OUTSTANDING PATH SENT USERS
HOLD UNKNOWN DESTINATIONS
Example: HELP DIR AFTER Shows help for DIR AFTER.
See also HELP OPTION, HELP BOARD, HELP BULLETIN, HELP RANGE and HELP LIST.