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3.5.2 Summary Post Commands

Commands for posting a news article:

S p
a
Prepare for posting an article (gnus-summary-post-news). By default, post to the current group. If given a prefix, disable that. If the prefix is 1, prompt for another group instead.
S f
f
Post a followup to the current article (gnus-summary-followup).
S F
F
Post a followup to the current article and include the original message (gnus-summary-followup-with-original). This command uses the process/prefix convention.
S n
Post a followup to the current article via news, even if you got the message through mail (gnus-summary-followup-to-mail).
S N
Post a followup to the current article via news, even if you got the message through mail and include the original message (gnus-summary-followup-to-mail-with-original). This command uses the process/prefix convention.
S o p
Forward the current article to a newsgroup (gnus-summary-post-forward). If no prefix is given, the message is forwarded according to the value of (message-forward-as-mime) and (message-forward-show-mml); if the prefix is 1, decode the message and forward directly inline; if the prefix is 2, forward message as an rfc822 MIME section; if the prefix is 3, decode message and forward as an rfc822 MIME section; if the prefix is 4, forward message directly inline; otherwise, the message is forwarded as no prefix given but use the flipped value of (message-forward-as-mime). By default, the message is decoded and forwarded as an rfc822 MIME section.
S O p
Digest the current series and forward the result to a newsgroup (gnus-uu-digest-post-forward). This command uses the process/prefix convention.
S u
Uuencode a file, split it into parts, and post it as a series (gnus-uu-post-news). (see Uuencoding and Posting).

Also See Header Commands, for more information.