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To compose a reply to a message, use the r (
command. If you supply a prefix argument (as in C-u r), the
message you are replying to is inserted in your reply after having first
been run through
mhl with the format file `mhl.reply'. See
mhl(1) to see how you can modify the default `mhl.reply'
When you reply to a message, you are first prompted with `Reply to whom?'. You have several choices here.
Response Reply Goes To from The person who sent the message. This is the default, so RET is sufficient. to Replies to the sender, plus all recipients in the `To:' header field. all cc Forms a reply to the sender, plus all recipients.
Depending on your answer,
repl is given a different argument to
form your reply. Specifically, a choice of from or none at all
repl -nocc all, and a choice of to runs
to. Finally, either cc or all runs
repl -cc all
Two windows are then created. One window contains the message to which you are replying. Your draft, in MH-Letter mode (described in section Editing a Draft), is in the other window.
If you wish to customize the header or other parts of the reply draft,
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