|libremail_cfg||allows the user to define the directory where are the configuration files of its mails boxes.|
|libremail_bright||allows the user to define the color to put information in obviousness by a displaying it in intensified brightness.|
|libremail_dark||allows the user to define the color of the lines concerning the directories which do not contain any email.|
|libremail_new||allows the user to define a character to put in first column in vmailsj to indicate the mails not yet read.|
|libremail_errtimeout||allows the user to define the duration of display for several error messages or warnings.|
|libremail_xorig||allows the user to define what will be displayed for the mails whose sender field From: was modified by an intermediate distributor.|
|mailenv||is initialized by the tool vmaildir and used by other tools of Libremail. It contains the directory in which the emails intended are memorized to be sent.|
is initialized by the tool vmaildir and used by
vmailsj and vmailfic.
It contains the directory towards which the emails sent to the dustbin are moved.
is initialized by the tool vmailsj and used by
vmailfic to memorize the name of the file which will
contain the call of the automatic translation software of to
be used to translate the email.
By using the same file for all the emails consulted from the same call of vmailsj we avoid to ask again the language of the email to the user for each consulted email.
is an optional environment variable nonspecific to Libremail.
It makes it possible the user to specify the text editor of his choice to write the emails. By default, the editor vi is used.
|LANG||is a system environment variable which contains the language of the user. When no file deflang-libremail is present, this variable is used by Libremail to determine the display language of the messages intended for the user and the language for sending the emails generated by several filtering tools. It is useful also to choose the character set (ISO-8859-n or UTF-8) used to display texts.|
|PATH||is a system environment variable which contains the list of access paths to the command files. It allows Libremail to find the file mess-libremail (messages which can be sent to the user) as well as contents of the emails generated by several filtering tools.|
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