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VM provides general purpose "marks" that may be applied to any and
all messages within a given folder. Certain VM commands can be
subsequently invoked only on those message that are marked.
To mark the current message, type `C-c C-@' (`vm-mark-message'). If
you give a numeric prefix argument N, the next N-1 messages will be
marked as well. A negative prefix argument means mark the previous
N-1. An asterisk (`*') will appear to the right of the message numbers
of all marked messages in the summary window.
To remove a mark from the current message, use `C-c SPC'
(`vm-unmark-message'. Prefix arguments work as with `vm-mark-message'.
Use `C-c C-a' to mark all message in the current folder; `C-c a'
removes marks from all messages.
To apply a VM command to all marked message you must prefix it with
the key sequence `C-c RET' (`vm-next-command-uses-marks'). The next VM
command will apply to all marked messages, provided the command can be
applied to such messages in a meaningful and useful way. The current
commands that can be applied to marked message are:
`vm-delete-message', `vm-discard-cached-data', `vm-followup',
`vm-followup-include-text', `vm-reply', `vm-reply-include-text',
`vm-save-message', `vm-save-message-sans-headers', `vm-send-digest',
`vm-undelete-message', and `vm-unread-message'.
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