message you are reading. Rather than having to go through the Send a Message
option, you could simply enter the Write action code.
The 'Write' command allows you to compose a new message, address it to a
separate set of [RECIPIENTS], and deliver it. After composing and sending
your message, MailMan will automatically return you to the original
message where you can continue with your reading.
To write and send a new message while reading another message, enter a 'W'
at the 'Enter message action' prompt.
You can use the Write action code (i.e., 'W') to 'write' (compose) a new
message while reading a message. The steps of creating a message using the
Write action code are the same as if you used the [SEND] a Message option.
Use the Write action code to immediately send a message while reading another
message. For example, if after reading a message, you suddenly remember that
you need to send a message about an unrelated matter to somebody else or if
you just want to send a message to the sender or one of the recipients of the