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The mh-e entry point for reading mail is M-x mh-rmail. This
command incorporates your mail and creates a buffer called `+inbox'
in MH-Folder mode. The M-x mh-rmail command shows you only new
mail, not old mail. (8) The `+inbox' buffer contains scan lines,
which are one-line summaries of each incorporated message. You can
perform most MH commands on these messages via one-letter commands
discussed in this chapter. See
scan(1) for a description of the
contents of the scan lines, and see the Figure in section Receiving Mail, for an example.
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