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9.3 Inserting Messages

Messages can be inserted with C-c C-i (mh-insert-letter). This command prompts you for the folder and message number, which defaults to the current message in that folder. It then inserts the messages, indented by mh-ins-buf-prefix (‘> ’) unless mh-yank-behavior is set to one of the supercite flavors in which case supercite is used to format the message. Certain undesirable header fields (see mh-invisible-header-fields-compiled) are removed before insertion.

If given a prefix argument (like C-u C-c C-i), the header is left intact, the message is not indented, and ‘> ’ is not inserted before each line. This command leaves the mark before the letter and point after it.