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MMH(1)				   [mmh-0.4]				MMH(1)

NAME
       mmh - initialize	the mmh	environment

SYNOPSIS
       mmh [-check] [-Version] [-help]

DESCRIPTION
       The command mmh creates the initial setup for a first-time mmh user.

       (For an introduction to the mmh system, see mmh-intro(7).)

       First, the mmh directory	$HOME/.mmh is created.

       Then  the  user is asked	to name	a directory that will be designated as
       the user's mail storage.	 If this directory does	not exist, the user is
       asked  if it should be created.	Normally, this directory should	be un-
       der the user's home directory. The default is $HOME/Mail.

       Afterwards, mmh writes an initial $HOME/.mmh/profile for	the user, con-
       taining	only  the path to the mail storage.  If	the profile is already
       present,	the user is asked to edit it.

       The -c option can be used to check whether or  not  mmh	has  been  in-
       stalled.	  This	can be used by other programs without having knowledge
       about the internals of mmh.

ENVIRONMENT VARIABLES
       $MMH	     Overrides the user's mmh directory	path
       $MMHP	     Overrides the user's profile path

FILES
       $HOME/.mmh			    The	user's mmh directory
       $HOME/.mmh/profile		    The	user's profile
       $HOME/.mmh/context		    The	user's context
       $HOME/Mail			    The	user's mail storage

PROFILE	COMPONENTS
       Path:		    To set the user's mail storage

CONTEXT
       None

SEE ALSO
       mmh-intro(7)

MH.6.8				  2019-01-06				MMH(1)

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