Exmh Related Documents and Japanization

Kazuro Furukawa <kazuro.furukawa at kek.jp>, Jan.31.1995. - Jan.13.2005.

Exmh is a graphical user interface to the electric mail system written by Brent Welch at parc.xerox. MH (RAND Mail Handling System) is used for mail handling and Tcl/Tk is employed for X-Window graphics. It provides graphical user interface to MIME-messages, nested-folders, URL, PGP, aliases, faces, address database, network-news, etc. It can process Japanese texts.

Exmh Software and Document Archives


Exmh official source distribution at Scriptics
Exmh official CVS repository at SourceForge
Exmh OLD official source distribution at parcftp.xerox.com
MH-6.8.3 source distribution at UCI
MH-6.8.3-JP Japanized MH source distribution at IIJ (originally posted to fj.sources ?)
Tcl/Tk official source distribution at SMLI
ftp://ftp.scriptics.com/pub/tcl/tcl8_0/{ tcl8.0.5.tar.gz | tk8.0.5.tar.gz }
ftp://ftp.scriptics.com/pub/tcl/tcl8_0/{ tcl8.0.3.tar.gz | tk8.0.3.tar.gz }
ftp://ftp.sunlabs.com/pub/tcl/{ tcl8.0p2.tar.Z | tk8.0p2.tar.Z }
ftp://ftp.sunlabs.com/pub/tcl/{ tcl7.6p2.tar.Z | tk4.2p2.tar.Z }
Tcl/Tk OLD official source distribution at Berkeley
Japanized Tcl/Tk official patch distribution at SRA
ftp://ftp.sra.co.jp/pub/lang/tcl/jp/{ tcl8.0.5jp1.5.patch.gz | tk8.0.5jp1.5.patch.gz }
ftp://ftp.sra.co.jp/pub/lang/tcl/jp/{ tcl8.0p2jp1.0.patch.gz | tk8.0p2jp1.0.patch.gz }
Metamail distribution at bellcore.com
Face distribution at Indiana
Glimpse distribution at Arizona
PGP 2.6.3i (international) distribution at ftp.pgp.net
Ifile inteligent mail filter distribution at CMU
fMHvms2mh VMS to MH mail transfer


Exmh Home Page
Exmh OLD Home Page at Sun Labs
Exmh OLD Home Page at parc.xerox
EXMH Documentation by Achim Bohnet
EXMH and EMACS (MULE) by Ben Escoto
EXMH and News by Chris Keane
EXMH Mail Archive
MH and xmh (and exmh) Book by Jerry Peek
The MH Mailer -- A brief intro
Rand MH Message Handler Home page
Introduction to MIME
PGP (Pretty Good Privacy)
Quadralay Cryptography Archive (including PGP FAQ)
Tcl/Tk related pointers at KEK (only historical)

Japanese related information for exmh-2.0.2

If you have problems during the installation of exmh-2.0.2, please try one of these.
1) execute the install script under C locale
     % setenv LANG C
     % wish8.0 exmh.install

2) execute the install script as
     % wish8.0
     > source exmh.install
   Wish prints error messages.  But it continues to work.
Combination of Exmh-2.0.2 and Tcl-8.0p2jp/Tk-8.0p2jp or Tcl-7.6p2jp/Tk-4.2p2jp seems to be O.K. Before starting exmh-2.0.2 (wish8.0/wish4.2), we should set envronment variable LANG to ja_JP. (I didn't look into the relation between wish8.0/wish4.2 and locale.)

setenv LANG ja_JP
If you have paste actions twice, <Button-2> should be removed from selpaste sedit binding, which is now the default. With Tk4.2p2jp the built-in web browser (WebTk) does not work. With Tk8.0p2jp it partially works. Tcl-7.6 seems to have a bug in Tcl_SplitList, which makes the exmh installer fails. Please set the locale to C only during installation.

More Japanese Patch for exmh-2.0.2 (version 5.2)

I added (1) kanji-code independent read functions, (2) a chooser of input/output/internal kanji codes in preferences, (3) kanji-font support in exmh font selector (only with tk4.2), and also (4) whois/ph suport. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/exmh-2.0.2p.tar.gz, exmh-2.0.2 with official patches and more5.2-japanese. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/more5-japanese-2.0.1.patch old patch for exmh-2.0.1. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/more4-japanese-2.0z.patch old patch for exmh-2.0zeta. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/more4-japanese-2.0d.patch old patch for exmh-2.0delta. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/more4-japanese-2.0g.patch old patch for exmh-2.0gamma. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/more3-japanese-2.0b.patch patch version 3 for exmh-2.0beta. ( ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/more2-japanese-2.0a.patch patch version 2 for exmh-2.0alpha. )

Japanese related problems with exmh-2.0.2

MIME text/enriched messages are not displayed right with JIS code. (EUC/SJIS codes are OK, but these are not allowed under certain conditions.) JIS code may contain characters like "<", which confuses the processing tcl code...

With Tk4.2p2jp, Web browser (WebTk) in Exmh does not work. With Tk8.0p2jp some web pages can be displayed. However, at least, Japanese pages cannot be displayed.

With Tk8.0p2jp the font selector in exmh does not work because of the new compound font handling. Sorry.

If you use Exmh/Wish on Digital-Unix/Alpha you need a patch for Tk. Please ask me.

Japanese related information for exmh-1.6 through 1.6.9

Exmh-1.6 - 1.6.9 supports Japanese messages. All known Japanese related patches for exmh-1.5.3 were included in the baseline. (I really appreciate Brent's effort to include Japanese patches.) You need Japanized Tcl-7.3/Tk-3.6 (or Japanized Tcl-7.4/Tk-4.0) and MH (original or preferably Japanized).

Japanese text can be entered with kinput2 in sedit built-in editor. You may want to use GNU mule/emacs as the secondary editor, which is also usefull.

If you use 7bit-JIS code for MH messages, you can use exmh without modification. If you use EUC or SJIS code, please find the following piece of codes in the file "exmh" and modify it (or find "More Japanese Patch for exmh-1.6.9" below).

# modified by k.furukawa, jul.1994.  for kanji
# this piece of code enables japanese kanji display if you use
# tk-jp extension and JIS code.  if you use EUC for MH processing 
# codes, you may replace JIS with EUC and you may need more works.

if {[info commands kanji] == "kanji"} {
    kanji internalCode JIS
    option add *Text.Font a14
In my environment the combination of exmh-1.6.x and Japanized Tcl-7.4/Tk-4.0 was not stable (because of several malloc problems). The combination of exmh-1.6.x and Japanized Tcl-7.3/Tk-3.6 is quite stable. I didn't look into it well. If you face problems, please try it with Japanized Tcl-7.3/Tk-3.6.

More Japanese Patch for exmh-1.6.9

I added (1) kanji-code independent read functions, (2) a chooser of input/output/internal kanji codes in preferences, and (3) address browser by Berry Kercheval. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/more-japanese-1.6.9.patch.

Problem with MIME boundary

You don't need this patch if you use exmh-1.6.6. or lator

If you use internationalized (i18n or others) "date" command on your unix, MIME boundary specification may become weird. ftp://olive.kek.jp/pub/tcl/exmh/seditMime-1.6.patch.

Japanese related infos/patches/faqs for exmh-1.5.3

After 1.5delta, Japanese messages are supported in the exmh baseline. (I really appreciate Brent's effort to include Japanese patches.) You need Japanized Tcl-7.3/Tk-3.6 and MH (original or preferably Japanized). Japanese text can be entered with kinput2.

Up to now three patches are prepared to improve Japanese processing.

Patched Exmh-1.5.3 source distribution

Patched version of the Exmh-1.5.3 kit is available. It includes following Japanese and PGP related patches (and a FTOC patch from Brent).

Font mapping failure for MIME message (core dumps)

MIME iso-2022-jp messages may hit the -font handling bug of Japanized Tk.

on 09 Jan 1995, by Kazuro Furukawa.

Exmh cannot startup (core dumps)

Depending on the the font registration order on the X-server, exmh may hit the -font handling bug of Japanized Tk again.

on 24 Jan 1995, by Toyohisa Kameyama.

Making exmh choose iso-2022-jp charset automatically with kinput

With this patch below, exmh will automatically choose iso-2022-jp charset for MIME Content-type header, after you use kinput2 on the message. If you don't use kinput2 on the message, us-ascii or iso-8859-x will be chosen. Without this patch you have to play with components or replcomps of MH and menus of Exmh to have correct Content-type.

on 24 Jan 1995, by Kazuro Furukawa.

iso-2022-jp charset message cannot be sent with PGP clear text

To my understanding, PGP takes only us-ascii or other 8bit charset as texts. Since iso-2022-jp texts have Escape characters to introduce 16bit charset, PGP treats it as binaries. I think we need a "force clear text" option in the PGP command. (This problem was addressed by someone on fj.sources recently, Jan-Mar.1997. I didn't try it yet.)

Strange location of URI's text button in an iso-2022-jp message

Since Japanized Tcl does not have Japanized regsub command yet, exmh misunderstands the position of the URI string. I don't know when it's fixed. However, you can still push the misplaced button. Don't worry.

Exmh on OpenWindows hangs with an iso-2022-jp message

"Antony Sou" wrote on 06 Jan 1995, at "exmh-users"

Why does exmh hang the machine (Sun 4.1.3 in my case) whenever I get a Japanese mail item.

"Roman Maeder" wrote on 06 Jan 1995, at "exmh-users"

I assume you use OpenWindows. Apparently it tries to render the font you specify and this may take time. During that time the window manager locks essentially up. Wait some time and it will recover. Same thing happens when I start Mosaic, it has quite a list of fonts that are not part of standard OpenWindows.

Problem is fixed in Solaris (OpenWindows) (one of the few things that are better there....)

"Kenji Okamoto" wrote on 08 Jan 1995, at "exmh-users"

I suppose you may need to chabge mimeFontSize from 140 to 130, which is the true size for k14 (default kanji fonts, I assume).

Exmh FAQ (not included in standard faq)

What can I do if exmh becomes insane?
Clear ~/Mail/context and ~/Mail/.exmhcontext (or `mhpath`/context and `mhpath`/.exmhcontext. And make sure there is an
unseen-sequence: unseen
in your .mh_profile, and make sure there is *not* a mh-sequences:
line in your profile, which turns on private sequences. ("Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>, Mon, 27 Jan 1997 13:37:05 -0800)
What can I do if exmh has a sticky "unseen" message or a sticky "current" message?
Clear .exmhcontext. See above.
How to stop creating defunct processes?
defunct processes are caused by Tk 4.2 before patchlevel 3 and if you have a bogus "play command" in sound preferences. This is a bug in Tcl's exec command fixed in the Tk 4.2 patch releases. If you use Tk 4.2, you should update to the "p3" release. ("Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>, Thu, 15 May 1997 12:51:15 -0700)
How to configure "Thread" to meet my custom scan form?
Put this in your .exmh-defaults:
*Fops.more.m.c_thread: busy Thread_DisplayAll 20 +->
Twiddle with the numeric value until it displays to your satisfaction. (Hal L DeVore <hdevore@bmc.com>, Wed, 07 May 1997 07:33:52 -0500)
Also you need this for "Search.../Display Related Messages".
*Fops.search.m.c_thread: Thread_Display 20 +->
How to prefill subject on forwards?
There are many options. Simple example is to put these in .exmh-defaults
*Mops.reply.m.uentrylist: sep forw
*Mops.reply.m.l_forw: Forward
*Mops.reply.m.c_forw: Msg_Reply -nocc all -cc me -form replcomps.forw -filter mhl.replforw
How to quote more than one message?
Select text in a message and use the "More.../Cite Selection" menu item in Sedit. (Frank Murphy <frank@tenetwork.com>, Wed, 07 May 1997 08:51:41 -0700)
How to run two copies of exmh consistently?
What I do is at work I have exmh periodically "inc" into folders. The one I run at home i start like this:
exmh -bgAction flist
so it only polls to figure out where teh new messages are, and it lets the other guy do the filtering.
To keep these in sync, I manually hit the "Flist" button when I first start using a copy. To be most robust, I also try to remember to change to an unused folder as I leave. ("Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com>, Mon, 05 May 1997 17:43:37 -0700)
How to create a random signature?
exmh is happy to execute signature scripts, so this is could be as easy as 1) create the script and call it ~/.signature.random
("Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com>, Mon, 05 May 1997 17:56:07 -0700)
How to set an auto-expiry-date for mails already read?
Not EXACTLY automatic but a simple execution of the "pick" command stuck in your crontab should do it just fine. Something like:
rmm +inbox `pick +inbox notunseen -before -3`
The pick selects messages in folder "inbox" whose Date: component is older than three days ago and that are no in the "unseen" sequence (which is what makes them blue in exmh).
NOTE: this requires that the following entry appear in your .mh_profile:
sequence-negation: not (From: Hal L DeVore <hdevore@bmc.com>, Mon, 12 May 1997 07:48:49 -0500)
Can we remove audit files?
You can remove them. Exmh doesn't depend on any of them. Use them as you see fit. I've been meaning to make these optional anyway. (From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com>, Tue, 13 May 1997 10:22:21 -0700)
How can I tell 'exmh' to use correct fonts for messages with charset=iso-8859-2?
Here's what I use in .exmh-defaults for this:
*mimeUCharsets: koi8-r iso-8859-2
*mime_koi8-r_registry: koi8
*mime_koi8-r_encoding: 1
*mime_koi8-r_plain_families: courier
*mime_koi8-r_fixed_families: courier
*mime_koi8-r_proportional_families: times
*mime_koi8-r_title_families: helvetica
*mime_iso-8859-2_registry: iso8859
*mime_iso-8859-2_encoding: 2
Works for me, your mileage may vary.
(From: Valdis.Kletnieks@vt.edu, Tue, 27 May 1997 14:34:04 -0400)
How to put the hostname on Title and Icon?
Add the following to your ~/.exmh-defaults file:
*iconUpLabel: $flist(newMsgs) Unseen-[info hostname]
*iconDownLabel: exmh-[info hostname]
*iconSpoolLabel: $exmh(numUnInced) Spooled-[info hostname]
You need Tcl 7.5 or lator. (From: John Robert LoVerso <john@loverso.southborough.ma.us>, Date: Wed, 28 May 1997 18:31:44 -0400)
How to re-sort messages?
If you refile everything into +MyIncTmp (a folder named MyIncTmp) and then get exmh to do the inc, the right thing will happen. (From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com>, Mon, 30 Sep 1996 13:34:31 -0700)
What are the good mh front-ends if X is not available?
vmail from ftp://ftp.ucs.ubc.ca/pub/mh/vmail.[1-3]of3.Z
plum from ftp://ftp.statsci.com/pub/users/scott/mail/plum/
mh-e or mew on emacs/mule
mutt (with MH folder handling)
pine (with MH folder handling)
write by yourself with ctk
write by yourself with newt
Return-receipt-to processing in exmh?
Don't use it. It will disappear eventually. Current (v8) sendmail does not support it. Use Disposition-notification-to instead.
Many defunct processes.
The usual cause is that sound feedback is turned on but the play command is not valid. (From: Hal DeVore <hdevore@bmc.com>)
And that you are running a beta version of Tk. (From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com>)

Exmh configuration files of mime (k.f)

Current exmh main script file of mine, which exec's the next one.
Current exmh real script file of mine
This is the main exmh script which was generated by exmh installation script.
Current exmh configuration file of mine
This file is automatically generated by exmh mainly based on preference window. You can edit this file as well.
Current exmh color configuration file of mine (optional)
This file is used to colorize some windows.
Current mail processing configuration file of mine (optional)
This file is used by sendmail to automatically process incomming mails.
Sample slocal configuration file of mine (optional)
This file is used by slocal to sort (classify) incomming mails.
Current MH-customization file of mine (optional)
This file is used by MH programs.
Current exmh supplementary script of mine (optional)
Normally this file is placed in the directory ~/.tk/exmh.
Current glimpse indexing script of mine (optional)
This file is executed everyday by cron to index mails.
Current compose mail template of mine (optional)
This file is used as a template on composing a mail.
Current reply mail template of mine (optional)
This file is used as a template on replying a mail.
Current reply mail template of mine with includes (optional)
This file is used as a template on replying a mail including the original.
Current include file for replcomps.inc (optional)
This file is a include directive for replcomps.inc.
Current scan command of mine (optional)
This file is executed to scan a folder with MIME header decode (with Japanized MH).
Current scan template of mine (optional)
This file is used as a template to scan a folder (with Japanized MH).
Current async mule client of mine (optional)
This file is an async 2nd editor script specified in preferences/editor.

Version history information

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-2.7.2
Date: Tue, 11 Jan 2005 10:40:13 -0800
From: Brent Welch 
To: exmh-users@redhat.com
X-mailer: exmh version 2.7.2 01/07/2005 with nmh-1.0.4

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.7.0
Date: Fri, 18 Jun 2004 23:36:24 -0700
From: Brent Welch <welch@panasas.com>
To: exmh-users@redhat.com

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.6.3
Date: Fri, 04 Apr 2003 17:44:57 -0800
From: Brent Welch <welch@panasas.com>
To: exmh-users@redhat.com
X-mailer: exmh version 2.6.3 04/02/2003 with nmh-1.0.4

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-2.6.2
Date: Tue, 25 Mar 2003 22:28:35 -0800
From: Brent Welch <welch@panasas.com>
To: exmh-users@redhat.com
X-mailer: exmh version 2.6.2 03/21/2003 with nmh-1.0.4

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.6.1
Date: Tue, 18 Feb 2003 22:43:40 -0800
From: Brent Welch <welch@panasas.com>
To: exmh-workers@redhat.com, exmh-users@redhat.com
X-mailer: exmh version 2.6.1 02/18/2003 with nmh-1.0.4

X-mailer: exmh version 2.6 02/09/2003 with nmh-1.0.4

Subject: announce exmh-2.5
Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 18:18:27 -0700
From: Brent Welch <welch@panasas.com>
To: exmh-workers@redhat.com
X-Mailer: exmh version 2.5 07/13/2001 with nmh-1.0

X-mailer: exmh version 2.4 05/15/2001 with nmh-1.0

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.3.1 released
Date: Thu, 18 Jan 2001 23:39:38 -0800
From: Brent Welch <brent.welch@interwoven.com>
To: exmh-users@redhat.com
X-mailer: exmh version 2.3 01/14/2001 with nmh-0.24

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.3 released
Date: Wed, 17 Jan 2001 22:08:54 -0800
From: Brent Welch <brent.welch@interwoven.com>
To: exmh-users@redhat.com

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.2
Date: Fri, 23 Jun 2000 00:56:47 -0700
From: Brent Welch <welch@ajubasolutions.com>
To: exmh-users@redhat.com, exmh-workers@redhat.com

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.1.2
Date: Thu, 08 Jun 2000 23:34:14 -0700
From: Brent Welch <welch@ajubasolutions.com>
X-mailer: exmh version 2.1.2 06/08/2000

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.1.1
Date: Fri, 15 Oct 1999 15:07:39 -0700
From: Brent Welch <welch@scriptics.com>
X-mailer: exmh version 2.1.1 10/15/1999

Subject: exmh-2.0.3 re-released
Date: Tue, 23 Mar 1999 22:27:40 -0800
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0.3 9/28/98
From: Brent Welch <welch@scriptics.com>
To: exmh-users@redhat.com, exmh-workers@redhat.com

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.0.2 released, mailing lists moving
Date: Wed, 25 Feb 1998 14:36:51 -0800
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0.2 2/23/98
From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@Eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.0 released
Date: Mon, 22 Dec 1997 16:29:06 -0800
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0 12/22/97
From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@Eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh 2.0zeta
Date: Fri, 25 Jul 1997 21:15:29 -0700
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0zeta 7/24/97
From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@Eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: Re: New delta version ...
Date: Wed, 04 Jun 1997 13:58:27 -0700
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0delta 6/3/97
From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com>

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-2.0gamma
Date: Mon, 27 Jan 1997 18:32:12 -0800
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0gamma 1/24/96  (It meant to be 1/24/97)
From: "Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh 2.0beta
Date: Mon, 23 Dec 1996 17:24:59 -0800
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0beta 12/23/96
From: "Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh 2.0alpha
Date: Tue, 03 Dec 1996 16:07:35 -0800
X-mailer: exmh version 2.0alpha 12/3/96
From: "Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-1.6.9 released
Date: Thu, 22 Aug 1996 16:08:44 -0700
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6.9 8/22/96
From: "Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-1.6.8
Date: Wed, 21 Aug 1996 15:19:40 -0700
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6.8 8/16/96
From: "Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-1.6.7
Date: Sat, 04 May 1996 21:16:54 -0700
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6.7 5/3/96
From: "Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-1.6.6
Date: Mon, 25 Mar 1996 20:20:04 -0800
From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@Eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-1.6.5 (resend)
Date: Tue, 12 Dec 1995 09:41:05 -0800
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6.5 12/8/95
From: "Brent B. Welch" <bwelch@sunlabs.eng.Sun.COM>

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-1.6.4
Date: Tue, 10 Oct 1995 15:54:38 PDT
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6.4 10/10/95
From: "Brent B. Welch" <Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com>

Subject: exmh 1.6.1 released
Date: Thu, 25 May 1995 17:12:59 PDT
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6.1 5/24/95
From: Brent.Welch@eng.sun.com (Brent B. Welch)

Subject: exmh 1.6 released
Date: Fri, 21 Apr 1995 15:57:08 PDT
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6 4/21/95 (Tk 4.0)
From: "Brent Welch" <welch@parc.xerox.com>

Subject: exmh 1.6epsilon released
Date: Mon, 17 Apr 1995 22:35:08 PDT
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6epsilon 4/17/95 (bw)

Subject: exmh 1.6delta released
Date: Fri, 7 Apr 1995 18:34:41 PDT
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6delta 4/7/95

Subject: exmh1.6gamma released
Date: Fri, 31 Mar 1995 14:59:42 PST
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6gamma 3/30/95

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh 1.6 beta
Date: Thu, 23 Mar 1995 22:02:23 PST
X-mailer: exmh version 1.6beta 3/23/95

Subject: exmh-1.5.3 released
Date: Wed, 28 Dec 1994 20:53:26 PST
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5.3 12/28/94

Subject: exmh 1.5.2 released
Date: Wed, 21 Dec 1994 16:12:48 PST
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5.2 12/21/94

Subject: exmh 1.5.1 released
Date:   Fri, 2 Dec 1994 11:57:38 PST
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5.1 11/29/94

Subject: exmh-1.5 released
Date:   Tue, 22 Nov 1994 19:22:55 PST
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5 11/22/94

Subject: exmh-1.5omega released
Date:   Fri, 7 Oct 1994 17:45:57 PDT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5omega 10/6/94

Subject: exmh-1.5phi released
Date:   Thu, 15 Sep 1994 19:23:19 PDT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5phi 9/15/94

Subject: exmh-1.5zeta released
Date:   Thu, 15 Sep 1994 09:04:07 PDT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5zeta 9/14/94

Subject: exmh-1.5epsilon released
Date:   Mon, 12 Sep 1994 17:04:21 PDT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5epsilon 9/12/94

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-1.5delta
Date:   Tue, 30 Aug 1994 18:02:42 PDT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5delta 8/30/94
(Japanese support was included in the baseline.)

X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5gamma 8/15/94

X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5beta 8/10/94

X-Mailer: exmh version 1.5alpha 8/9/94

Subject: exmh 1.4.1 released
Date:   Thu, 21 Jul 1994 21:37:36 PDT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.4.1 7/21/94

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-1.2
Date: 14 Jan 1994 23:00:58 GMT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.2 1/14/94

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh1.2gamma
Date: 22 Dec 1993 04:23:04 GMT

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh 1.2beta
Date: 17 Dec 1993 18:34:55 GMT

Subject: ANNOUNCE: exmh-1.1
Date: Mon, 29 Nov 1993 23:10:29 GMT
X-Mailer: exmh version 1.1 11/29/93

Subject: ANNOUNCE exmh-1.0 (MH mail UI)
Date: Wed, 24 Nov 1993 04:02:03 GMT
From: welch@parc.xerox.com (Brent Welch)

Newsgroups: comp.lang.tcl,comp.mail.mh
Subject: Re: tkmh - A Tcl/Tk front end for Rand mh MUA
Date: 30 Aug 93 20:16:57 GMT
From: welch@parc.xerox.com (Brent Welch)
(beta announcement.)

Newsgroups: comp.lang.tcl
Subject: mxedit 2.0.1 released
Date: 22 May 93 00:51:44 GMT
From: welch@parc.xerox.com (Brent Welch)
(exmh was first mentioned on this news article.)

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Kazuro Furukawa <kazuro.furukawa at kek.jp>, Jan.31.1995. - Jan.13.2005.