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Re: sending a draft message

From: Phillip Lord
Subject: Re: sending a draft message
Date: 13 May 2005 13:01:39 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.09 (Gnus v5.9.0) Emacs/21.4

>>>>> "Philip" == Philip Clark <address@hidden> writes:

  Philip> Karl Kleinpaste <address@hidden> writes:

  >> Philip Clark <address@hidden> writes:
  >>> I try to send it with Ctrl c c. However, this just seems to save
  >>> a new version of the draft and doesn't actually send it.
  >> Once you have used `D e', you should have the message in an
  >> ordinary "*message*" buffer.  `C-c C-c' should certainly send it.
  >> What does `C-h c C-c C-c' report?  It should identify that key
  >> sequence as message-send-and-exit.
  >> As a stopgap, if it is truly merely saving new drafts without
  >> sending, try `D s' in the drafts group to send it.

  Philip> I just tried `C-h c C-c C-c' and I get that the key sequence
  Philip> is undefined which is weird.

What does C-h c D e report in the group summary buffer. There is
another discussion going on at the moment, about gnus-draft-mode not
being set. I wonder if you are having the same problem. 


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