Commands for composing a mail message:
gnus-summary-reply-with-original). This command uses the process/prefix convention.
gnus-summary-wide-reply). A wide reply is a reply that goes out to all people listed in the
Mail-Followup-Tois present, that's used instead.
gnus-summary-wide-reply-with-original). This command uses the process/prefix convention, but only uses the headers from the first article to determine the recipients.
gnus-summary-wide-reply). A very wide reply is a reply that goes out to all people listed in the
Ccheaders in all the process/prefixed articles. This command uses the process/prefix convention.
gnus-summary-very-wide-reply-with-original). This command uses the process/prefix convention.
gnus-summary-reply-broken-reply-to). If you need this because a mailing list incorrectly sets a
Reply-Toheader pointing to the list, you probably want to set the
broken-reply-togroup parameter instead, so things will work correctly. See Group Parameters.
gnus-summary-mail-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.
gnus-summary-mail-other-window). By default, use the posting style of the current group. If given a prefix, disable that. If the prefix is 1, prompt for a group name to find the posting style.
gnus-summary-news-other-window). By default, post to the current group. If given a prefix, disable that. If the prefix is 1, prompt for a group to post to.
This function actually prepares a news even when using mail groups.
This is useful for “posting” messages to mail groups without actually
sending them over the network: they're just saved directly to the group
in question. The corresponding back end must have a request-post method
for this to work though.
gnus-summary-resend-bounced-mail). You will be popped into a mail buffer where you can edit the headers before sending the mail off again. If you give a prefix to this command, and the bounced mail is a reply to some other mail, Gnus will try to fetch that mail and display it for easy perusal of its headers. This might very well fail, though.
gnus-summary-resend-messagewill prompt you for an address to send the current message off to, and then send it to that place. The headers of the message won't be altered—but lots of headers that say
Resent-Fromand so on will be added. This means that you actually send a mail to someone that has a
Toheader that (probably) points to yourself. This will confuse people. So, natcherly you'll only do that if you're really eVIl.
This command is mainly used if you have several accounts and want to
ship a mail to a different account of yours. (If you're both
postmaster and get a mail for
root account, you may want to resend it to
postmaster. Ordnung muss sein!
This command understands the process/prefix convention
gnus-uu-digest-mail-forward). This command uses the process/prefix convention (see Process/Prefix).
This command is provided as a way to fight back against the current
crossposting pandemic that's sweeping Usenet. It will compose a reply
gnus-crosspost-complaint variable as a preamble. This
command understands the process/prefix convention
(see Process/Prefix) and will prompt you before sending each mail.
Also See Header Commands, for more information.