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AA. Reading Mail with Rmail

Rmail is an Emacs subsystem for reading and disposing of mail that you receive. Rmail stores mail messages in files called Rmail files. Reading the message in an Rmail file is done in a special major mode, Rmail mode, which redefines most letters to run commands for managing mail. The command rmail-mode is used to switch into Rmail mode, and it runs the hook rmail-mode-hook as usual, but don't run this command by hand; it can't do a reasonable job unless the buffer is visiting a proper Rmail file.

AA.1 Basic Concepts of Rmail  Basic concepts of Rmail, and simple use.
AA.2 Scrolling Within a Message  Scrolling through a message.
AA.3 Moving Among Messages  Moving to another message.
AA.4 Deleting Messages  Deleting and expunging messages.
AA.5 Rmail Files and Inboxes  How mail gets into the Rmail file.
AA.6 Multiple Rmail Files  Using multiple Rmail files.
AA.7 Copying Messages Out to Files  Copying message out to files.
AA.8 Labels  Classifying messages by labeling them.
AA.9 Rmail Attributes  Certain standard labels, called attributes.
AA.10 Sending Replies  Sending replies to messages you are viewing.
AA.11 Summaries  Summaries show brief info on many messages.
AA.12 Sorting the Rmail File  Sorting messages in Rmail.
AA.13 Display of Messages  How Rmail displays a message; customization.
AA.14 Rmail and Coding Systems  How Rmail handles decoding character sets.
AA.15 Editing Within a Message  Editing message text and headers in Rmail.
AA.16 Digest Messages  Extracting the messages from a digest message.
AA.17 Converting an Rmail File to Inbox Format  Converting an Rmail file to mailbox format.
AA.18 Reading Rot13 Messages  Reading messages encoded in the rot13 code.
AA.19 movemail and POP  More details of fetching new mail.


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