Commit 2340abde authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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(Rmail Make Summary): Mention rmail-summary-by-senders on C-M-f.

Use active voice for previous change.
(Rmail Summary Edit): Mention rmail-summary-undelete-many, and C-M-n/p.
Name the commands bound to the various keys.  Mention prefix argument
for searching.
parent a5110f66
......@@ -8,9 +8,12 @@
<rmail-summary-by-topic>: Headers includes the subject.
<rmail-summary-by-recipients, rmail-summary-by-topic>: Give more
details, including prefix arguments.
Mention rmail-summary-by-senders on C-M-f.
Not counting lines might be faster.
(Rmail Summary Edit): More details on the delete commands.
Add rmail-summary-bury.
Mention rmail-summary-undelete-many, rmail-summary-bury, and C-M-n/p.
Name the commands bound to the various keys. Mention prefix argument
for searching.
(Rmail Display): Mention rmail-displayed-headers. Fix typo.
Simplify rmail-highlighted-headers description. Update face name.
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......@@ -834,14 +834,17 @@ Summarize all messages (@code{rmail-summary}).
Summarize messages that have one or more of the specified labels
(@code{rmail-summary-by-labels}).
@item C-M-r @var{rcpts} @key{RET}
Summarize messages that have one or more of the specified recipients
Summarize messages that match the specified recipients
(@code{rmail-summary-by-recipients}).
@item C-M-t @var{topic} @key{RET}
Summarize messages that have a match for the specified regexp
@var{topic} in their subjects (@code{rmail-summary-by-topic}).
@item C-M-s @var{regexp}
@item C-M-s @var{regexp} @key{RET}
Summarize messages whose headers match the specified regular expression
@var{regexp} (@code{rmail-summary-by-regexp}).
@item C-M-f @var{senders} @key{RET}
Summarize messages that match the specified senders.
(@code{rmail-summary-by-senders}).
@end table
@kindex h @r{(Rmail)}
......@@ -862,8 +865,8 @@ commas.
@findex rmail-summary-by-recipients
@kbd{C-M-r @var{rcpts} @key{RET}} (@code{rmail-summary-by-recipients})
makes a partial summary mentioning only the messages that have one or
more recipients matching the regular expression @var{rcpts}. Commas can
be used to separate multiple regular expressions. These are matched
more recipients matching the regular expression @var{rcpts}. You can
use commas to separate multiple regular expressions. These are matched
against the @samp{To}, @samp{From}, and @samp{CC} headers (with a prefix
argument, this header is not included).
......@@ -871,7 +874,7 @@ argument, this header is not included).
@findex rmail-summary-by-topic
@kbd{C-M-t @var{topic} @key{RET}} (@code{rmail-summary-by-topic})
makes a partial summary mentioning only the messages whose subjects have
a match for the regular expression @var{topic}. Commas can be used to
a match for the regular expression @var{topic}. You can use commas to
separate multiple regular expressions. With a prefix argument, the
match is against the whole message, not just the subject.
......@@ -882,6 +885,13 @@ makes a partial summary that mentions only the messages whose headers
(including the date and the subject lines) match the regular
expression @var{regexp}.
@kindex C-M-f @r{(Rmail)}
@findex rmail-summary-by-senders
@kbd{C-M-f @var{senders} @key{RET}} (@code{rmail-summary-by-senders})
makes a partial summary that mentions only the messages whose @samp{From}
fields match the regular expression @var{senders}. You can use commas to
separate multiple regular expressions.
Note that there is only one summary buffer for any Rmail buffer;
making any kind of summary discards any previous summary.
......@@ -915,8 +925,14 @@ serves as a repeat count. A negative argument reverses the meaning of
the relevant direction, the delete commands go to the first or last
message, rather than staying on the current message.) @kbd{o} and
@kbd{C-o} output the current message to a FILE; @kbd{r} starts a reply
to it. You can scroll the current message while remaining in the
to it; etc. You can scroll the current message while remaining in the
summary buffer using @key{SPC} and @key{DEL}.
@c rmail-summary-scroll-between-messages not mentioned.
@findex rmail-summary-undelete-many
@kbd{M-u} (@code{rmail-summary-undelete-many}) undeletes all deleted
messages in the summary. A prefix argument means to undelete that many
of the previous deleted messages.
The Rmail commands to move between messages also work in the summary
buffer, but with a twist: they move through the set of messages included
......@@ -928,28 +944,42 @@ Here is a list of these commands:
@table @kbd
@item n
Move to next line, skipping lines saying `deleted', and select its
message.
message (@code{rmail-summary-next-msg}).
@item p
Move to previous line, skipping lines saying `deleted', and select
its message.
its message (@code{rmail-summary-previous-msg}).
@item M-n
Move to next line and select its message.
Move to next line and select its message (@code{rmail-summary-next-all}).
@item M-p
Move to previous line and select its message.
Move to previous line and select its message
(@code{rmail-summary-previous-all}).
@item >
Move to the last line, and select its message.
Move to the last line, and select its message
(@code{rmail-summary-last-message}).
@item <
Move to the first line, and select its message.
Move to the first line, and select its message
(@code{rmail-summary-first-message}).
@item j
@itemx @key{RET}
Select the message on the current line (ensuring that the RMAIL buffer
appears on the screen). With argument @var{n}, select message number
@var{n} and move to its line in the summary buffer; this signals an
error if the message is not listed in the summary buffer.
Select the message on the current line (ensuring that the Rmail buffer
appears on the screen; @code{rmail-summary-goto-msg}). With argument
@var{n}, select message number @var{n} and move to its line in the
summary buffer; this signals an error if the message is not listed in
the summary buffer.
@item M-s @var{pattern} @key{RET}
Search through messages for @var{pattern} starting with the current
message; select the message found, and move point in the summary buffer
to that message's line.
to that message's line (@code{rmail-summary-search}). A prefix argument
acts as a repeat count; a negative argument means search backward
(equivalent to @code{rmail-summary-search-backward}.)
@item C-M-n @var{labels} @key{RET}
Move to the next message with at least one of the specified labels
(@code{rmail-summary-next-labeled-message}). @var{labels} is a
comma-separated list of labels. A prefix argument acts as a repeat
count.
@item C-M-p @var{labels} @key{RET}
Move to the previous message with at least one of the specified labels
(@code{rmail-summary-previous-labeled-message}).
@end table
@vindex rmail-redisplay-summary
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