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- To: BUG-ZWEI at MIT-MC
- From: Kent M. Pitman <kmp at MIT-MC>
- Date: Wed ,7 Apr 82 15:57:00 EDT
When *Mail-n* buffers are emptied and the To: --Text follows...-- line is
put in them anew, they should be set not-modified. Then if you type c-X M
and hit Abort first thing (eg, if it was a typo), you don't have a lingering
buffer which thinks it is modified and waiting to be returned to by c-U c-X M...
I find myself typing m-~ Abort to buffers empty of all but a To: prompt
so I don't end up with piles of empty mail buffers at the end of my session...