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(gnus)The Summary Buffer

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The Summary Buffer

   A line for each article is displayed in the summary buffer.  You can
move around, read articles, post articles and reply to articles.

   The most common way to a summary buffer is to select a group from the
group buffer (Note: Selecting a Group).

   You can have as many summary buffers open as you wish.

Summary Buffer Format
Deciding how the summary buffer is to look.
Summary Maneuvering
Moving around the summary buffer.
Choosing Articles
Reading articles.
Paging the Article
Scrolling the current article.
Reply Followup and Post
Posting articles.
Marking Articles
Marking articles as read, expirable, etc.
You can limit the summary buffer.
How threads are made.
How articles and threads are sorted.
Asynchronous Fetching
Gnus might be able to pre-fetch articles.
Article Caching
You may store articles in a cache.
Persistent Articles
Making articles expiry-resistant.
Article Backlog
Having already read articles hang around.
Saving Articles
Ways of customizing article saving.
Decoding Articles
Gnus can treat series of (uu)encoded articles.
Article Treatment
The article buffer can be mangled at will.
MIME Commands
Doing MIMEy things with the articles.
Character set issues.
Article Commands
Doing various things with the article buffer.
Summary Sorting
Sorting the summary buffer in various ways.
Finding the Parent
No child support? Get the parent.
Alternative Approaches
Reading using non-default summaries.
Tree Display
A more visual display of threads.
Mail Group Commands
Some commands can only be used in mail groups.
Various Summary Stuff
What didn't fit anywhere else.
Exiting the Summary Buffer
Returning to the Group buffer,
or reselecting the current group.
Crosspost Handling
How crossposted articles are dealt with.
Duplicate Suppression
An alternative when crosspost handling fails.

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