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If at any time you receive new mail, incorporate the new mail into your
`+inbox' buffer with i (
mh-inc-folder). Note that
i will display the `+inbox' buffer, even if there isn't any
new mail. You can incorporate mail from any file into the current
folder by specifying a prefix argument; you'll be prompted for the name
of the file to use (for example, C-u i ~/mbox RET).
Emacs can notify you when you have new mail by displaying `Mail' in the mode line. To enable this behavior, and to have a clock in the mode line besides, add the following to `~/.emacs':
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