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When a program (or a person) wants to respond to a message—reply,
follow up, forward, cancel—the program (or person) should just put
point in the buffer where the message is and call the required command.
Message will then pop up a new
message mode buffer with
appropriate headers filled out, and the user can edit the message before
|1.1 New Mail Message||Editing a brand new mail message.|
|1.2 New News Message||Editing a brand new news message.|
|1.3 Reply||Replying via mail.|
|1.4 Wide Reply||Responding to all people via mail.|
|1.5 Followup||Following up via news.|
|1.6 Canceling News||Canceling a news article.|
|1.7 Superseding||Superseding a message.|
|1.8 Forwarding||Forwarding a message via news or mail.|
|1.9 Resending||Resending a mail message.|
|1.10 Bouncing||Bouncing a mail message.|
|1.11 Mailing Lists||Send mail to mailing lists.|
You can customize the Message Mode tool bar, see M-x customize-apropos RET message-tool-bar. This feature is only available in Emacs.
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