Does 'whom -check' have any real relevance in today's world?
It probably has a LITTLE relevance. If I use it I find that I can use
it to check if local email addresses are valid (when I'm submitting to
my work mail server). However, I never use that myself and I realize
that the usage case is so small that I can't really justify keeping
it. If someone else wants to kill it, I won't object.
$ g whom ~/.mh_profile
My finger muscles know to use it before every send.
I'd like it to be able to perform more checks, and to display its output
in a better format.