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2.4 Insertion

C-c C-y
Yank the message that's being replied to into the message buffer (message-yank-original).
C-c C-M-y
Prompt for a buffer name and yank the contents of that buffer into the message buffer (message-yank-buffer).
C-c C-q
Fill the yanked message (message-fill-yanked-message). Warning: Can severely mess up the yanked text if its quoting conventions are strange. You'll quickly get a feel for when it's safe, though. Anyway, just remember that C-x u (undo) is available and you'll be all right.
C-c C-w
Insert a signature at the end of the buffer (message-insert-signature).
C-c M-h
Insert the message headers (message-insert-headers).
C-c M-m
Mark some region in the current article with enclosing tags. See message-mark-insert-begin and message-mark-insert-end. When called with a prefix argument, use slrn style verbatim marks (‘#v+’ and ‘#v-’).
C-c M-f
Insert a file in the current article with enclosing tags. See message-mark-insert-begin and message-mark-insert-end. When called with a prefix argument, use slrn style verbatim marks (‘#v+’ and ‘#v-’).