Commit 2b02353b authored by Richard M. Stallman's avatar Richard M. Stallman
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Minor clarifications.

parent f44aa267
......@@ -93,9 +93,10 @@ header fields, such as @samp{Date} and @samp{Sender}, are created
automatically when you send the message. Others, such as the recipient
names, must be specified by you in order to send the message properly.
Mail mode provides a few commands to help you edit some header fields,
and some are preinitialized in the buffer automatically at times. You can
insert and edit header fields using ordinary editing commands.
In the mail buffer, you can insert and edit header fields using
ordinary editing commands. Mail mode provides a commands to help you
edit some header fields, and some are preinitialized in the buffer
automatically when appropriate.
The line in the buffer that says
......@@ -110,7 +111,7 @@ headers precede it. The delimiter line itself does not appear in the
message actually sent. The text used for the delimiter line is controlled
by the variable @code{mail-header-separator}.
Here is an example of what the headers and text in the mail buffer
Here is an example of what the headers and text in the mail buffer
might look like.
@example
......@@ -221,7 +222,7 @@ of places to send the message. These fields can also have
continuation lines: one or more lines starting with whitespace,
following the starting line of the field, are considered part of the
field. Here's an example of a @samp{To} field with a continuation
line:@refill
line:
@example
@group
......@@ -433,9 +434,8 @@ lowest priority for reselection by default, since you are finished with
using it. This is the usual way to send the message.
In a file-visiting buffer, sending the message does not clear the
modified flag, because only saving the file should do that. As a
result, you don't get a warning if you try to send the same message
twice.
modified flag, because only saving the file should do that. Also, you
don't get a warning if you try to send the same message twice.
@c This is indexed in mule.texi, node "Recognize Coding".
@c @vindex sendmail-coding-system
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