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MAIL.MAILDIR(8)          System Manager's Manual         MAIL.MAILDIR(8)

NAME         top

       mail.maildir — store mail in a maildir

SYNOPSIS         top

       mail.maildir [-j] [pathname]

DESCRIPTION         top

       reads the standard input up to an end-of-file and adds it to the
       mail directory located in pathname or to the mail directory
       Maildir located in the user's home directory.

       The options are as follows:

       -j      Scan the message for an X-Spam header and move to the
               Junk folder if the result is positive.

EXIT STATUS         top

       The mail.maildir utility exits 0 on success, and >0 if an error

SEE ALSO         top

       mail(1), smtpd(8)

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GNU                         February 13, 2021            MAIL.MAILDIR(8)