*Conan The Librarian
1 - /CC_PROMPT
/CC_PROMPT /NOCC_PROMPT Enables the prompt for the CC: line in the mail header. At the CC: prompt, enter the names of other users to whom you want to send a copy of the mail message. The /NOCC_PROMPT qualifier disables the CC: prompt. The /CC_ PROMPT and /NOCC_PROMPT qualifiers override the SET CC_PROMPT and SET NOCC_PROMPT commands.
2 - /EDIT
/EDIT /NOEDIT Invokes a text editor to edit the reply you are sending. Unless you have entered the SET EDITOR command, the DECTPU-based EVE editor is invoked. When you exit from the editor, Mail sends the edited message. To cancel sending the message, enter the command to quit. If you enter the DCL command MAIL/EDIT=(REPLY) and then decide that you do not want to invoke the editor for your response, enter the command ANSWER/NOEDIT.
3 - /EXTRACT
Invokes an editor to enable you to edit the current message to which you are replying. Unless you have selected a different editor, the DECTPU-based EVE editor is invoked.
4 - /LAST
Specifies that the last message you sent will be used as text for the reply to the message that you are reading. You can use the /LAST qualifier with the /EDIT qualifier to edit the message before sending it.
5 - /PERSONAL_NAME
/PERSONAL_NAME=name /NOPERSONAL_NAME Specifies a personal name to be used when answering a message. A personal name is a field of text that is appended to the end of the From: field of mail messages you send. You can fill this field with your full name or any other information. The /PERSONAL NAME qualifier overrides the default personal name specified with the SET PERSONAL_NAME command for this message only. The /NOPERSONAL_NAME qualifier sends a message with a null personal name field.
6 - /SELF
/SELF /NOSELF Determines whether Mail sends a copy of the response to you. The default qualifier is /NOSELF unless you have used the SET COPY_ SELF command to specify that copies be sent to you automatically. The /NOSELF qualifier overrides the SET COPY_SELF SEND command.
7 - /SIGNATURE_FILE
/SIGNATURE_FILE[=file-name] /NOSIGNATURE_FILE Specifies a file to be appended to the end of a mail message. The signature file contains text and has a default file type of .SIG. An example of a signature file is a text file formatted as business card, containing the user's company name, address, telephone, and Internet address. Specify the /SIGNATURE_FILE qualifier when you want to override the default established by the SET SIGNATURE_FILE command (if you want to send a signature file that is different from that default specification). If there is no default setting, specify the /SIGNATURE_FILE qualifier to interactively include a signature file with a particular mail message. To determine if the SET SIGNATURE_FILE command is in effect, use the SHOW SIGNATURE_FILE or SHOW ALL command. When you use the /SIGNATURE_FILE qualifier, note the following: o When you create a mail message that includes a signature file, that message requires more temporary disk space than a conventional message because temporary files are created during the operation. After the message is sent, those temporary files are deleted. o If you do not specify a directory, the Mail utility looks for the signature file in your mail directory. o If you do not specify a file, the Mail utility uses the file specification in your user profile. If there is no default signature file in the profile, Mail will send the message without one. o If a specified signature file does not exist, the system displays an error message. Specify the /NOSIGNATURE_FILE qualifier when you do not want to include a signature file with a particular mail message. Specifying this qualifier overrides the current setting, including any specifications in your user profile.
8 - /SUBJECT
/SUBJECT="subject-text" Enables you to specify a different subject when replying to a message. Use quotation marks (" ") around the subject heading to include more than one word, to print in lowercase letters, or to include any spaces or nonalphanumeric characters.