Words and commas

Words are separated by whitespace, or you can use double quotes "" to separate words, just like in the shell. Inside double quotes, the characters '\n' stand for a newline, and any other backslash sequence '\char' stands for char itself.

Commas separate different destinations. As soon as xzewd encounters a comma, it sends a message to the current destination, and clears the class, instance, recipient, and signature back to their default settings. Thus, while "-c big -i boy" sends a message to one place, "-c big, -i boy" sends it to two places: class "big", instance "PERSONAL" and class "MESSAGE", instance "boy".