Caesar rotate (aka. rot13) the current message
message-caesar-buffer-body). If narrowing is in effect, just
rotate the visible portion of the buffer. A numerical prefix says how
many places to rotate the text. The default is 13.
Elide the text between point and mark (
The text is killed and replaced with the contents of the variable
message-elide-ellipsis. The default value is to use an ellipsis
This is a format-spec string, and you can use ‘%l’ to say how many lines were removed, and ‘%c’ to say how many characters were removed.
Kill the address under point.
Kill all the text up to the signature, or if that’s missing, up to the
end of the message (
Delete all text in the body of the message that is outside the region
Insert four newlines, and then reformat if inside quoted text.
Here’s an example:
> This is some quoted text. And here's more quoted text.
If point is before ‘And’ and you press M-RET, you’ll get:
> This is some quoted text. * > And here's more quoted text.
‘*’ says where point will be placed.
Rename the buffer (
message-rename-buffer). If given a prefix,
prompt for a new buffer name.
message-tab-body-function is non-
nil, execute the
function it specifies. Otherwise use the function bound to TAB in