Type a (
gnus-Subject-post-news) to post a new article.
If the variable
gnus-interactive-post is non-
newsgroup, subject, and distribution are asked for interactively. The
command f (
gnus-Subject-post-reply) fills these values in
automatically from those of the original article. Type C-c C-y
news-reply-yank-original) to include the original article. The
command F (
gnus-Subject-post-reply-with-original) yanks the
original article automatically. If you want to followup to several
articles in a single article and want to include them in it, type
F for each of them. You will be asked if a text being edited
should be erased. You should answer `n' to the question.
If the variable
gnus-novice-user is non-
confirmations will be required for composing a new article.
The major mode for composing a new article is News Mode which is
borrowed from `rnewspost.el'. Type C-h m
describe-mode) to get more help on News Mode.
Suppose you post an article and then later realize that you made a
horrible mistake. You really do not want anyone to see your article.
You want the article to be removed from any machines that it may have
reached. The command C (
intended to do this. First select the offending article as current,
then type C.
Use the command r (
gnus-Subject-mail-reply) to reply to
the author of the article. Type C-c C-y to include the original
article. The command R
gnus-Subject-mail-reply-with-original) yanks the original
Mail message composer is defaulted to use Mail Mode. If you want to
use mh-e letter Mode instead of it, set the variable
gnus-mail-other-window-using-mhe. It is possible to use other
mailers by customizing these variables. See Info file `emacs', node `Mail Mode', for more information on Mail Mode.