Pine and Pico Introduction
Description: Introduction Pine is an easy-to-learn electronic mail system. It is menu driven, which means that you will be presented with command choices at the bottom of each screen, as well as on-line Help. This document also describes Pico, Pine’s default text editor, which you automatically use when you compose a message. NOTE: After Monday, July […]
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Pine/Pico: Advanced
Description: Doing More With Your Email Client Pine is one of the most popular email clients used on UNIX platforms today, but most users are familiar with only a small handful of Pine’s extensive features. In this document you can explore some of the more advanced and useful features of the Pine email client and its […]
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Secure Email with Pine (S/MIME)
Description: S/MIME support for Pine lets you send/receive secure mail and use electronic signatures with your mail messages. Setup Secure Email with Pine 1. From the Menu, press for , then for . 2. Scroll down to the line titled smime-options. verify-on use-SSL_CERT_DIRECTORY sign-default-on save-certs-and-crl 3. Exit ( ) and save the configuration menu and return […]
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Deleting All Inbox Messages In Pine
Description: Why Use Pine to Delete Messages? This document assumes that you already have access to Pine through a SSH Secure Shell Client, Secure CRT or Mac OS-X terminal. The most efficient way to clear many messages from an inbox or subfolder is to use Pine. Because this email program does not have a graphic interface […]
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What is Pine?
Description: What is Pine? Pine (Program for Internet News and Email) is intended to be an easy-to-use program for sending, receiving, and filing Internet electronic mail messages and Internet News (Usenet) messages. Pine supports the following Internet protocols and specifications: SMTP (Simple Mail Transport Protocol) MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) IMAP (Internet Message Access Protocol) NNTP […]
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