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> Mail commands are entered from the Message (MSG)
> prompt (< ). When you enter a MSG command, you will
> only need to type the first letter of the command.MSG
> recognizes and completes the command. You must press
> <ENTER> after each command.
For example, to answer message 3, enter:
< A 3
To delete messages 5 and 7, enter:
It helps to seperate the commands from your explanations and if you have the
option to put user entered info in another font, like courier.
It's a frustrating problem. Even with this solution, I'd bet money that people
will enter the prompt along with the rest of the command.
Hope that helps,
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