mail in /var/mail
In Mac OS X's Terminal, I see the following messages:
You have mail in /var/mail/kite
It's probably mail from cron jobs I sat up. How do I read my mail on Mac OS X? Do I use the Mail.app? It wants to set up POP and SMTP, which I do not want.
try "mail -f /var/mail/kite" or just "less /var/mail/kite"
you can also try installing pine or elm.
Ok. Thanks. I see that there is a very rudimentary mail program that I can just run from the command-line.
ya. go to terminal and type "mail".
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