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MUTTPRINT(1)		    Muttprint Short Manual		  MUTTPRINT(1)

NAME
       muttprint - pretty printing of mails with Mutt

SYNOPSIS
       muttprint [options]... [-f file]

DESCRIPTION
       This manual page	documents briefly the Muttprint	utility. This manual
       page was	written	originally written for the Debian GNU/Linux
       distribution because the	original program did not have a	manual page,
       but now I took over this	man page in POD-format.

       Muttprint is a utility that formats the printing	of Mutt	and other mail
       clients like XFMail or PINE to be like the printing of Netscape
       Messenger or Kmail. It can print	a little penguin on the	first page and
       a headline on every page. Furthermore, it only prints the most
       important headers, but not the whole plethora of	them.

       For detailed information	about Muttprint	look read the User's guide in
       PDF and HTML format at /usr/local/share/doc/muttprint/.

       Anyway, you have	to put the following line in your
       /usr/local/etc/Muttrc or	~/.muttrc:

	       set print_command="muttprint"

       If you want to customize	the settings of	Muttprint, just	copy
       /usr/local/share/doc/muttprint/sample-muttprintrc-en to
       /usr/local/etc/Muttprintrc or ~/.muttprintrc in reliance	if you want
       change the settings for the whole system	or one user.

       Muttprint defaults to English language settings if the environment
       variable	LANG is	not set.  For example in a German environment you
       should set:

	       export LANG=de_DE

       This can	for instance be	done in	in your	local ~/.bashrc. For a more
       detailed	information about localization of Muttprint read the User's
       guide.

OPTIONS
       PLEASE NOTICE: This options override the	corresponding settings in
       ~/.muttprintrc and /usr/local/etc/Muttprintrc.

       And here's the description of all command line options (a descriptions
       of the settings in the rcfile is	included in the	sample-muttprintrc-en
       distributed with	Muttprint):

       -h, --help
	      Prints a list of all possible options.

       -v, --version
	      Prints the current version of Muttprint.

       --print-locale
	      Prints out information about the current locale environment and
	      exits.

       -f file,	--file file
	      Reads from file instead of STDIN.	Useful for some	mail clients
	      as XFMail.  If file is -,	Muttprint reads	from STDIN.

       -p printername, --printer printername
	      Uses another printer than	the default printer or the setting in
	      the rcfile.  You can also	print in file using
	      TO_FILE:/path/to/file as printer name. If	you would like to have
	      the result in STDOUT, set	the printer name to -.

       -C print	command, --printcommand	print command
	      Sets the command which is	used for printing to print command.
	      Thereby the string $PRINTER is replaced by the specified printer
	      name.  CUPS support could	be activated by	CUPS; alternatively
	      you can specify any command that contains	the string
	      $CUPS_OPTIONS which is replaced by the options used for CUPS.

       -i file,	--penguin file
	      Takes file as picture printed on the right top of	the sheet.
	      file must	contain	the full path. Set file	to off if you wouldn't
	      like to print a picture.

       -x, --x-face | -nox, --nox-face
	      Turns on or off the printing of the picture which	was
	      transmitted in the X-Face: header. Read the documentation	for a
	      detailed explanation.

       -t number, --speed number
	      This is the amount of time in seconds which your printer needs
	      to print one page. It is only necessary if you use duplex
	      printing.	 Default is 30 (seconds).

       -w number, --wait number
	      Amount of	time in	seconds	which Muttprint	should wait between
	      printing odd and even pages for duplex printing.

       -F fontname, --font fontname
	      Here you can choose a nice font family for your printing.
	      Possible are: Latex, Latex-bright, Latin-modern, Times, Utopia,
	      Palatino,	Charter, Bookman, CentSchool, Chancery,	Helvetica and
	      AvantGarde.  If all fonts	are available on your system depends
	      of your installed	LaTeX-system. Default is Latex.

       -H, --headrule |	-noH, --noheadrule
	      Here you can choose whether it should be printed a rule after
	      the top line on pages greater than 2 or not.

       -b, --footrule |	-nob, --nofootrule
	      Here you can choose whether it should be printed a rule over the
	      foot line	or not.

       -S style, --frontstyle style
	      Choose a style for the printing of the mail headers on the first
	      page: plain, border (default), Border, fbox, shadowbox, ovalbox,
	      Ovalbox, doublebox, grey,	greybox. Read the manual for a
	      detailed description of this values.

       -a headers, --printed-headers headers
	      Specify the headers that should be printed. Separate each	header
	      with "_".	Headers	that are embedded in * are printed bold; use /
	      for italic printing. If a	header does not	exist, it will be
	      omitted.	The given order	is the same as on the printing.

	      Two examples:

		      Date_To_From_CC_Newsgroups_*Subject*   (default)
		      /Date/_To_From_X-Mailer_*/Subject/*

       -P paperformat, --paper paperformat
	      Choose your paper	format:	A4 in most countries ("DIN A4" in
	      Germany) and letter in the U.S.

       -e String, --date String
	      This option accepts two settings:	original and local. If you use
	      original,	the date will be printed unchanged as it appears in
	      the mail header, i. e. in	English	and in the sender's time zone.
	      If set to	local, the date	will be	printed	in the local language
	      and in the system's time zone. See the options --date-format and
	      --lang.

	      Examples:

		      original:	Tue, 15	Jan 2002 21:43:49 +0100
		      local:	Dienstag, 15. Januar 2002 21:43:49
					(German	locale)

       -E String, --date-format	String
	      This options allows you to change	the date format	(if you've
	      chosen local before). The	argument is a format string according
	      to strftime(3), e. g.:

		      "%A, %d. %B %Y %H:%M:%S" (standard in Germany)
		      "%a, %d.%m.%y %H:%M"     (shorten	form)
		      "%Y-%m-%d	%H:%M:%S"      (ISO format)

       -A String, --addressformat String
	      With this	option you can set how mail addresses are printed. The
	      value original does not change the header. Otherwise you have to
	      specify a	format string; following substitutions are done:

		      %r	      name ("real name")
		      %a	      mail address
		      \n	      newline

	      The default setting is %r	_%a_,\n. Moreover, you can emphasize
	      some parts with bold or italic printing. You have	to enclose
	      these parts with stars ("*") for bold or with slashes ("/") for
	      italics.

	      Example:

		      "/%r/ (%a),"

	      The quotes are necessary because the string contains spaces.
	      Otherwise	the shell splits the string into two parts.

       -n String, --verbatimnormal String
	      This sets	the options which are passed to	the Verbatim
	      environment that is necessary to print the normal	mail text.
	      Detailed explanations are	in the user's guide. Some examples:

		      fontshape=it	     italic fonts
		      frame=topline	     border above the block
		      fontfamily=helvetica   Helvetica font
		      fontsize=\Huge	     huge font

	      To combine options, you have to separate each option with	a
	      comma, e.	g.  fontshape=it,fontseries=b.

       -V String, --verbatimsig	String
	      Same as --verbatimnormal,	but this sets how the signature	is
	      printed. If the argument is raw, there is	now discrimination
	      between normal text and signature.

       -D, --debug | -noD, --nodebug
	      Choose whether Muttprint writes to a log file
	      /tmp/muttprint.log.  Useful to ask some other about help if
	      Muttprint	doesn't	work.

       -B, --background	| -noB,	--nobackground
	      After reading from standard input, Muttprint runs	in the
	      background.  The advantage is that the you can use mail client
	      immediately after	start printing.	The disadvantage is that error
	      message could not	be printed anymore. So use this	option only if
	      Muttprint	works error-free on your system.

       -d, --duplex | -nod, --noduplex
	      Enables or disables duplex printing. If enabled, Muttprint
	      prints only odd pages and	waits some time	before it prints even
	      pages.

       -2 | -1
	      Prints two pages on one sheet as shown here:

		      +----------+----------+
		      |		 |	    |
		      |		 |	    |
		      |	   1	 |     2    |
		      |		 |	    |
		      |		 |	    |
		      |		 |	    |
		      +----------+----------+

	      This feature is called papersave mode in the manual and in the
	      rcfile.

       -g number, --topmargin number
	      Sets the top margin in millimeters.

       -G number, --bottommargin number
	      Sets the bottom margin in	millimeters.

       -j number, --leftmargin number
	      Sets the left margin in millimeters.

       -J number, --rightmargin	number
	      Sets the right margin in millimeters.

       -s, --rem_sig | -nos, --norem_sig
	      Removes the signature (separated by "-- ") in the	printing. This
	      is useful	for very long signatures. But more and more people (or
	      mail clients) doesn't separate the signature correctly so	this
	      feature works not	always,	see also the next option.

       --sig_regexp Regular Expression
	      Sets the regular expression (in Perl syntax) used	to recognize
	      signatures.  The default is ^-- $.

       -q, --rem_quote | -noq, --norem_quote
	      Remove the quoted	paragraph from the printing.

	      Muttprint	detects	the quoting with the same regular expression
	      as Mutt, so it should work.

       -z size,	--fontsize size
	      Specifies	the font size. Possible	values are 10pt, 11pt and
	      12pt.

       -W number, --wrapmargin number
	      Controls how long	the longest line could be. Longer lines	are
	      wrapped automatically and	the paragraph will be reformatted.

       -r file,	--rcfile file
	      Specifies	another	configuration file, which is read additionally
	      to /usr/local/etc/Muttprintrc and	~/.muttprintrc.	This file
	      overwrites all other settings, including this one	which are done
	      by command line parameters. (It makes no sense to	include	other
	      options despite -f if you	use this option.)

FILES
       /usr/local/bin/muttprint
	      The program Muttprint itself.

       /usr/local/bin/muttprint-langinfo
	      Helping program for reading the system's default encoding.

       /usr/local/etc/Muttprintrc
	      System-wide configuration	file.

       ~/.muttprintrc
	      User configuration file.

       /tmp/muttprint-XXXXX
	      Temporary	files created by Muttprint.

       /usr/local/share/doc/muttprint/
	      Muttprint	manual files in	different languages and	formats.

       /usr/local/share/muttprint/
	      Some pictures which can be used for printing on the first	page
	      of your mail.

       /usr/local/lib/muttprint/translations
	      Translation files.

SEE ALSO
       mutt(1)

       Homepage: http://muttprint.sf.net

COPYRIGHT
       (c) 2000-03 Bernhard Walle

       This is free software; see the source for  copying  conditions.	There
       is NO warranty; not even	for MERCHANTABILITY or FITNESS FOR A
       PARTICULAR PURPOSE.

AUTHOR
       Bernhard	Walle <Bernhard.Walle@gmx.de>

MAINTAINER
       Lukas Ruf <lukas.ruf@lpr.ch>

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