Commit 6c82bad2 authored by Glenn Morris's avatar Glenn Morris
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(rmail-user-mail-address-regexp): Move here from rmailsum.el.

Regenerate with extracted autoloads.
parent a5e92116
......@@ -266,6 +266,24 @@ Currently known variants are 'emacs and 'mailutils."
;; If so, this can be moved there.
(rmail-movemail-variant-p)
;;;###autoload
(defcustom rmail-user-mail-address-regexp nil
"Regexp matching user mail addresses.
If non-nil, this variable is used to identify the correspondent
when receiving new mail. If it matches the address of the sender,
the recipient is taken as correspondent of a mail.
If nil \(default value\), your `user-login-name' and `user-mail-address'
are used to exclude yourself as correspondent.
Usually you don't have to set this variable, except if you collect mails
sent by you under different user names.
Then it should be a regexp matching your mail addresses.
Setting this variable has an effect only before reading a mail."
:type '(choice (const :tag "None" nil) regexp)
:group 'rmail-retrieve
:version "21.1")
;;;###autoload
(defcustom rmail-dont-reply-to-names nil
"A regexp specifying addresses to prune from a reply message.
......@@ -4152,6 +4170,225 @@ encoded string (and the same mask) will decode the string."
(widen)
nil))
;;; Start of automatically extracted autoloads.
;;;### (autoloads (rmail-edit-current-message) "rmailedit" "rmailedit.el"
;;;;;; "c70c6c35b8c5bbdb73787a48b83e5adc")
;;; Generated autoloads from rmailedit.el
(autoload 'rmail-edit-current-message "rmailedit" "\
Edit the contents of this message.
\(fn)" t nil)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (rmail-next-labeled-message rmail-previous-labeled-message
;;;;;; rmail-read-label rmail-kill-label rmail-add-label) "rmailkwd"
;;;;;; "rmailkwd.el" "2a8211ddb881a6eeb44634909fecb6ee")
;;; Generated autoloads from rmailkwd.el
(autoload 'rmail-add-label "rmailkwd" "\
Add LABEL to labels associated with current RMAIL message.
Completes (see `rmail-read-label') over known labels when reading.
LABEL may be a symbol or string. Only one label is allowed.
\(fn LABEL)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-kill-label "rmailkwd" "\
Remove LABEL from labels associated with current RMAIL message.
Completes (see `rmail-read-label') over known labels when reading.
LABEL may be a symbol or string. Only one label is allowed.
\(fn LABEL)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-read-label "rmailkwd" "\
Read a label with completion, prompting with PROMPT.
Completions are chosen from `rmail-label-obarray'. The default
is `rmail-last-label', if that is non-nil. Updates `rmail-last-label'
according to the choice made, and returns a symbol.
\(fn PROMPT)" nil nil)
(autoload 'rmail-previous-labeled-message "rmailkwd" "\
Show previous message with one of the labels LABELS.
LABELS should be a comma-separated list of label names.
If LABELS is empty, the last set of labels specified is used.
With prefix argument N moves backward N messages with these labels.
\(fn N LABELS)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-next-labeled-message "rmailkwd" "\
Show next message with one of the labels LABELS.
LABELS should be a comma-separated list of label names.
If LABELS is empty, the last set of labels specified is used.
With prefix argument N moves forward N messages with these labels.
\(fn N LABELS)" t nil)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (rmail-mime) "rmailmm" "rmailmm.el" "98c43a3b0581c474563166c99ec1c42c")
;;; Generated autoloads from rmailmm.el
(autoload 'rmail-mime "rmailmm" "\
Process the current Rmail message as a MIME message.
This creates a temporary \"*RMAIL*\" buffer holding a decoded
copy of the message. Content-types are handled according to
`rmail-mime-media-type-handlers-alist'. By default, this
displays text and multipart messages, and offers to download
attachments as specfied by `rmail-mime-attachment-dirs-alist'.
\(fn)" t nil)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (set-rmail-inbox-list) "rmailmsc" "rmailmsc.el"
;;;;;; "de01c37c81339201034a01732b97f44e")
;;; Generated autoloads from rmailmsc.el
(autoload 'set-rmail-inbox-list "rmailmsc" "\
Set the inbox list of the current RMAIL file to FILE-NAME.
You can specify one file name, or several names separated by commas.
If FILE-NAME is empty, remove any existing inbox list.
This applies only to the current session.
\(fn FILE-NAME)" t nil)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (rmail-sort-by-labels rmail-sort-by-lines rmail-sort-by-correspondent
;;;;;; rmail-sort-by-recipient rmail-sort-by-author rmail-sort-by-subject
;;;;;; rmail-sort-by-date) "rmailsort" "rmailsort.el" "3f2b10b0272ea56cb604f29330d95fc4")
;;; Generated autoloads from rmailsort.el
(autoload 'rmail-sort-by-date "rmailsort" "\
Sort messages of current Rmail buffer by \"Date\" header.
If prefix argument REVERSE is non-nil, sorts in reverse order.
\(fn REVERSE)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-sort-by-subject "rmailsort" "\
Sort messages of current Rmail buffer by \"Subject\" header.
Ignores any \"Re: \" prefix. If prefix argument REVERSE is
non-nil, sorts in reverse order.
\(fn REVERSE)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-sort-by-author "rmailsort" "\
Sort messages of current Rmail buffer by author.
This uses either the \"From\" or \"Sender\" header, downcased.
If prefix argument REVERSE is non-nil, sorts in reverse order.
\(fn REVERSE)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-sort-by-recipient "rmailsort" "\
Sort messages of current Rmail buffer by recipient.
This uses either the \"To\" or \"Apparently-To\" header, downcased.
If prefix argument REVERSE is non-nil, sorts in reverse order.
\(fn REVERSE)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-sort-by-correspondent "rmailsort" "\
Sort messages of current Rmail buffer by other correspondent.
This uses either the \"From\", \"Sender\", \"To\", or
\"Apparently-To\" header, downcased. Uses the first header not
excluded by `rmail-dont-reply-to-names'. If prefix argument
REVERSE is non-nil, sorts in reverse order.
\(fn REVERSE)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-sort-by-lines "rmailsort" "\
Sort messages of current Rmail buffer by the number of lines.
If prefix argument REVERSE is non-nil, sorts in reverse order.
\(fn REVERSE)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-sort-by-labels "rmailsort" "\
Sort messages of current Rmail buffer by labels.
LABELS is a comma-separated list of labels. The order of these
labels specifies the order of messages: messages with the first
label come first, messages with the second label come second, and
so on. Messages that have none of these labels come last.
If prefix argument REVERSE is non-nil, sorts in reverse order.
\(fn REVERSE LABELS)" t nil)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (rmail-summary-by-senders rmail-summary-by-topic
;;;;;; rmail-summary-by-regexp rmail-summary-by-recipients rmail-summary-by-labels
;;;;;; rmail-summary) "rmailsum" "rmailsum.el" "60bec0ae88b7ed18dd6845ddb9ccd904")
;;; Generated autoloads from rmailsum.el
(autoload 'rmail-summary "rmailsum" "\
Display a summary of all messages, one line per message.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-summary-by-labels "rmailsum" "\
Display a summary of all messages with one or more LABELS.
LABELS should be a string containing the desired labels, separated by commas.
\(fn LABELS)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-summary-by-recipients "rmailsum" "\
Display a summary of all messages with the given RECIPIENTS.
Normally checks the To, From and Cc fields of headers;
but if PRIMARY-ONLY is non-nil (prefix arg given),
only look in the To and From fields.
RECIPIENTS is a string of regexps separated by commas.
\(fn RECIPIENTS &optional PRIMARY-ONLY)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-summary-by-regexp "rmailsum" "\
Display a summary of all messages according to regexp REGEXP.
If the regular expression is found in the header of the message
\(including in the date and other lines, as well as the subject line),
Emacs will list the message in the summary.
\(fn REGEXP)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-summary-by-topic "rmailsum" "\
Display a summary of all messages with the given SUBJECT.
Normally checks just the Subject field of headers; but with prefix
argument WHOLE-MESSAGE is non-nil, looks in the whole message.
SUBJECT is a string of regexps separated by commas.
\(fn SUBJECT &optional WHOLE-MESSAGE)" t nil)
(autoload 'rmail-summary-by-senders "rmailsum" "\
Display a summary of all messages whose \"From\" field matches SENDERS.
SENDERS is a string of regexps separated by commas.
\(fn SENDERS)" t nil)
;;;***
;;;### (autoloads (unforward-rmail-message undigestify-rmail-message)
;;;;;; "undigest" "undigest.el" "b691540ddff5c394e9ebc3517051445f")
;;; Generated autoloads from undigest.el
(autoload 'undigestify-rmail-message "undigest" "\
Break up a digest message into its constituent messages.
Leaves original message, deleted, before the undigestified messages.
\(fn)" t nil)
(autoload 'unforward-rmail-message "undigest" "\
Extract a forwarded message from the containing message.
This puts the forwarded message into a separate rmail message
following the containing message.
\(fn)" t nil)
;;;***
;;; End of automatically extracted autoloads.
(provide 'rmail)
;; arch-tag: 65d257d3-c281-4a65-9c38-e61af95af2f0
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