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The version of mh-e in the current version of Emacs should be up to date. It is most likely to be more up to date than the copy that comes with the the MH distribution in `miscellany/mh-e'.
New mh-e releases will appear at SourceForge before they appear in an Emacs release. You can read the release notes on that page to determine if the given release of mh-e is already installed in your version of Emacs.
If you go this route, I suggest that you extract the files from `mh-e-m.n.tgz' in the following fashion:
% cd # Start in your home directory % mkdir lib lib/emacs # Create directory for mh-e % cd lib/emacs % zcat path/to/mh-e-m.n.tgz | tar xvf - # Extract files
To use these new files, add the following to `~/.emacs':
(setq load-path (cons (expand-file-name "~/lib/emacs") load-path))
That's it! If you're already running Emacs, please quit that session and start again to load in the new mh-e. Check that you're running the new version with the command M-x mh-version after running any mh-e command. The distribution comes with a file called `MH-E-NEWS' so you can see what's new.
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