I think that bash can do it automaticaly. bash is a 'very good' (IMHO)
shell from GNU, or is that FSF?
try "newmail -i x" where x is any number of seconds, the gap between mail daemonQuote:>How can I tell the shell to warn me when new mail arrives,
>not just as often as when .cshrc is being invoked ?
>I was thinking of piping the mail to the echo command like :
>"|/usr/bin/echo 'New mail has arrived'"
>but it doesn't work.
>Anyone knows ?
<UL>Has anybody had any luck with sounding the audio alert upon arrival
of new mail?
<P>I configured Preferences accordingly, but never hear any sound when
new mail arrives.
<P>Any suggestions welcome.