Commit 715488f1 authored by Miles Bader's avatar Miles Bader
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Merge from gnus--rel--5.10

Patches applied:

 * gnus--rel--5.10  (patch 101)

   - Update from CVS
parent 98662f48
2006-05-12 Reiner Steib <>
* message.texi (Interface): Add tool bar customization.
(MIME): Index and text additions for mml-attach.
(MIME): Describe mml-dnd-protocol-alist and
* gnus.texi (Oort Gnus): Reorder entries in sections. Fix some
(Starting Up): Add references to "Emacs for Heathens" and to
"Finding the News". Add user-full-name and user-mail-address.
(Group Buffer Format): Add tool bar customization and update.
(Summary Buffer): Add tool bar customization.
(Posting Styles): Add message-alternative-emails.
2006-05-12 Glenn Morris <>
* calendar.texi (Displaying the Diary, Format of Diary File):
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......@@ -97,6 +97,9 @@ sending it.
* Mailing Lists:: Send mail to mailing lists.
@end menu
You can customize the Message Mode tool bar, see @kbd{M-x
customize-apropos RET message-tool-bar}. This feature is only available
in Emacs.
@node New Mail Message
@section New Mail Message
......@@ -817,10 +820,24 @@ doesn't have to do anything to make the @acronym{MIME} happen---Message will
automatically add the @code{Content-Type} and
@code{Content-Transfer-Encoding} headers.
@findex mml-attach
@kindex C-c C-a
The most typical thing users want to use the multipart things in
@acronym{MIME} for is to add ``attachments'' to mail they send out. This can
be done with the @kbd{C-c C-a} command, which will prompt for a file
name and a @acronym{MIME} type.
@acronym{MIME} for is to add ``attachments'' to mail they send out.
This can be done with the @kbd{C-c C-a} command (@kbd{M-x mml-attach}),
which will prompt for a file name and a @acronym{MIME} type.
@vindex mml-dnd-protocol-alist
@vindex mml-dnd-attach-options
If your Emacs supports drag and drop, you can also drop the file in the
Message buffer. The variable @code{mml-dnd-protocol-alist} specifies
what kind of action is done when you drop a file into the Message
buffer. The variable @code{mml-dnd-attach-options} controls which
@acronym{MIME} options you want to specify when dropping a file. If it
is a list, valid members are @code{type}, @code{description} and
@code{disposition}. @code{disposition} implies @code{type}. If it is
@code{nil}, don't ask for options. If it is @code{t}, ask the user
whether or not to specify options.
You can also create arbitrarily complex multiparts using the @acronym{MML}
language (@pxref{Composing, , Composing, emacs-mime, The Emacs MIME
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