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If you find that most of the time that you specify cc when you
reply to a message, set
mh-reply-default-reply-to to `cc'.
This variable is normally set to
nil so that you are prompted for
the recipient of a reply. It can be set to one of `from',
`to', or `cc'; you are then no longer prompted for the
recipient(s) of your reply.
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