shownonascii(1)                                   shownonascii(1)

NAME
       shownonascii  -  View  all  or part of a mail message in a
       non-ASCII font

SYNOPSIS
       shownonascii   charset-font-name  [-e  command-to-execute]
       file-name(s)

DESCRIPTION
       The  shownonascii program allows data in non-ASCII charac-
       ter sets to be viewed under X11.    By  default,  it  will
       open  up  an xterm using the font named in the first argu-
       ment, running the "more" command to view all of the  files
       named on the command line.

       If  the  -e  switch  is used, the rest of the command line
       will be taken as the command to tell xterm to run  instead
       of more.

       If  the MM_CHARSET environment variable is set and matches
       the character set named in the first argument, a new xterm
       window will not be opened.

       If  the  MM_AUXCHARSETS  environment  variable  is set the
       character set named in the first argument is a  subset  of
       that string, a new xterm window will not be opened.

SEE ALSO
       mailto-hebrew(1), mailto(1), metamail(1)

BUGS
       Nope.

COPYRIGHT
       Copyright  (c)  1991  Bell  Communications  Research, Inc.
       (Bellcore)

       Permission to use, copy, modify, and distribute this mate-
       rial  for  any  purpose and without fee is hereby granted,
       provided that the above copyright notice and this  permis-
       sion  notice  appear  in  all copies, and that the name of
       Bellcore not be used in advertising or publicity  pertain-
       ing  to  this material without the specific, prior written
       permission of an authorized  representative  of  Bellcore.
       BELLCORE  MAKES  NO  REPRESENTATIONS ABOUT THE ACCURACY OR
       SUITABILITY OF THIS MATERIAL FOR ANY PURPOSE.  IT IS  PRO-
       VIDED  "AS IS", WITHOUT ANY EXPRESS OR IMPLIED WARRANTIES.

AUTHOR
       Nathaniel S. Borenstein, Bellcore

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