Commit 0d8bae5c authored by Eli Zaretskii's avatar Eli Zaretskii

Fix capitalization of mail headers

* doc/emacs/sending.texi (Mail Format, Mail Headers)
(Mail Aliases, Header Editing): Use consistent capitalization of
CC, BCC, and FCC.  (Bug#31532)
parent 845fe038
......@@ -82,7 +82,7 @@ hear the lamentation of their women.
At the top of the mail buffer is a set of @dfn{header fields}, which
are used for specifying information about the email's recipient(s),
subject, and so on. The above buffer contains header fields for
@samp{To}, @samp{Cc}, @samp{Subject}, and @samp{From}. Some header
@samp{To}, @samp{CC}, @samp{Subject}, and @samp{From}. Some header
fields are automatically pre-initialized in the mail buffer, when
appropriate.
......@@ -152,23 +152,23 @@ more than one address, use commas to separate them.
@item Subject
The subject of the message.
@item Cc
@item CC
Additional mailing address(es) to send the message to. This is like
@samp{To}, except that these readers should not regard the message as
directed at them.
@item Bcc
@item BCC
Additional mailing address(es) to send the message to, which should
not appear in the header of the message actually sent. @samp{Bcc} stands
not appear in the header of the message actually sent. @samp{BCC} stands
for @dfn{blind carbon copies}.
@item Fcc
@item FCC
The name of a file, to which a copy of the sent message should be
appended. Emacs writes the message in mbox format, unless the file is
in Babyl format (used by Rmail before Emacs 23), in which case Emacs
writes in Babyl format. If an Rmail buffer is visiting the file,
Emacs updates it accordingly. To specify more than one file, use
several @samp{Fcc} fields, with one file name in each field.
several @samp{FCC} fields, with one file name in each field.
@item Reply-to
An address to which replies should be sent, instead of @samp{From}.
......@@ -198,7 +198,7 @@ this is normally filled in automatically for you.
@end table
@noindent
The @samp{To}, @samp{Cc}, and @samp{Bcc} fields can appear any number
The @samp{To}, @samp{CC}, and @samp{BCC} fields can appear any number
of times, and each such header field can contain multiple addresses,
separated by commas. This way, you can specify any number of places
to send the message. These fields can also have continuation lines:
......@@ -221,11 +221,11 @@ To: foo@@example.net, this@@example.net,
buffer by setting the variable @code{mail-default-headers} to a
string. Then @kbd{C-x m} inserts this string into the message
headers. For example, here is how to add a @samp{Reply-to} and
@samp{Fcc} header to each message:
@samp{FCC} header to each message:
@smallexample
(setq mail-default-headers
"Reply-to: foo@@example.com\nFcc: ~/Mail/sent")
"Reply-to: foo@@example.com\nFCC: ~/Mail/sent")
@end smallexample
@noindent
......@@ -293,7 +293,7 @@ alias definitions and include commands.
Mail aliases expand as abbrevs---that is to say, as soon as you type
a word-separator character after an alias (@pxref{Abbrevs}). This
expansion takes place only within the @samp{To}, @samp{From},
@samp{Cc}, @samp{Bcc}, and @samp{Reply-to} header fields (plus their
@samp{CC}, @samp{BCC}, and @samp{Reply-to} header fields (plus their
@samp{Resent-} variants); it does not take place in other header
fields, such as @samp{Subject}.
......@@ -418,16 +418,16 @@ Move to the @samp{To} header (@code{message-goto-to}).
@item C-c C-f C-s
Move to the @samp{Subject} header (@code{message-goto-subject}).
@item C-c C-f C-c
Move to the @samp{Cc} header (@code{message-goto-cc}).
Move to the @samp{CC} header (@code{message-goto-cc}).
@item C-c C-f C-b
Move to the @samp{Bcc} header (@code{message-goto-bcc}).
Move to the @samp{BCC} header (@code{message-goto-bcc}).
@item C-c C-f C-r
Move to the @samp{Reply-to} header (@code{message-goto-reply-to}).
@item C-c C-f C-f
Move to the @samp{Mail-Followup-To} header field
(@code{message-goto-followup-to}).
@item C-c C-f C-w
Add a new @samp{Fcc} header field, with file-name completion
Add a new @samp{FCC} header field, with file-name completion
(@code{message-goto-fcc}).
@item C-c C-b
Move to the start of the message body (@code{message-goto-body}).
......@@ -463,7 +463,7 @@ the body.
@findex message-tab
@kindex TAB @r{(Message mode)}
While editing a header field that contains addresses, such as
@samp{To:}, @samp{Cc:} and @samp{Bcc:}, you can complete an address by
@samp{To:}, @samp{CC:} and @samp{BCC:}, you can complete an address by
typing @key{TAB} (@code{message-tab}). This attempts to insert the
full name corresponding to the address based on a couple of methods,
including EUDC, a library that recognizes a number of directory server
......
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