Damien Wyart | 27 Nov 07:38 2014
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Re: [attachments] Circumventing the mime description and type query

* dieter <at> duenenhof-wilhelm.de (H. Dieter Wilhelm) in gnu.emacs.gnus:
> I hardly ever need to specify the description and type when attaching
> a file. Are there options for circumventing these queries? I don't
> care about the description and would like to specify the type, mostly
> for images, as "inline" by default.

No, there is currently no way in the code to bypass (all or some)
queries completely (see mml-attach-file in mml.el).

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H. Dieter Wilhelm | 26 Nov 20:19 2014
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[attachments] Circumventing the mime description and type query

Hello Gnus,

I hardly ever need to specify the description and type when attaching a
file.  Are there options for circumventing these queries?  I don't care
about the description and would like to specify the type, mostly for
images, as "inline" by default.

Thanks
        Dieter
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Damien Wyart | 22 Nov 12:08 2014
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Re: Problem with encoding in header [test: frække frølÃ¥r]

* Rémi Vanicat <vanicat <at> debian.org> in gnu.emacs.gnus:
> Yes, it appear that side effect on my code did break searching again.
> I believe I have fixed most of my problem now.

Yes, accents appear correclty now on my side.

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Damien Wyart | 21 Nov 19:23 2014
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Re: Problem with encoding in header [test: frække frølÃ¥r]

* Remi Vanicat <vanicat <at> debian.org> in gnu.emacs.gnus:
> Well, I hadn't change my gnus configuration, but another change to my
> Emacs configuration was the culprit. The problem come from a code I've
> borrowed[1], It break the way gnus was quoting my message.

> If anybody is interested, I've a version that does not break sending
> mail[2]

Mmm, there is still something fishy: in your last message, accented
chars appear as UTF8 in your headers.

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Damien Wyart | 21 Nov 16:29 2014
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Re: Problem with encoding in header

* Remi Vanicat <vanicat <at> debian.org> in gnu.emacs.gnus:
> From recently, I've a problem when sending mail or posting with gnus:
> it doesn't seem to quote the accentuated letter anymore in header,
> making Emacs ask me about what encoding I want for them, and from time
> to time the mail will be reject from some server (debian.org) claiming
> it doesn't respect the RFC.

Strange, I don't remember something changing in this area recently; my
quite old Gnus settings work fine with recent versions of Emacs...

Could you give additional details about the problem? What is the precise
error message you get? Maybe the main settings you have in .emacs and
.gnus.el about encodings (did you customize gnus-group-posting-charset-alist ?).

Thanks,
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Remi Vanicat | 21 Nov 15:06 2014
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Problem with encoding in header

Hello,

From recently, I've a problem when sending mail or posting with gnus: it
doesn't seem to quote the accentuated letter anymore in header, making
Emacs ask me about what encoding I want for them, and from time to time
the mail will be reject from some server (debian.org) claiming it
doesn't respect the RFC.

I'm using gnus from Emacs 24.4 as packaged in debian sid as of today
(November the 21). And I've no idea of the source of the problem.

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Loris Bennett | 21 Nov 11:47 2014
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Re: Replying to one's own reply

Alberto Luaces <aluaces <at> udc.es> writes:

> "Loris Bennett" <loris.bennett <at> fu-berlin.de> writes:
>
>> Alberto Luaces <aluaces <at> udc.es> writes:
>>
>>> "Loris Bennett" writes:
>>>
>>>> Hi,
>>>>
>>>> If someone sends me an email message, I reply and then want to reply
>>>> again with further information, what gnus function should I use?
>>>>
>>>> If I do "resend edit" or "mail forward", I don't get the original
>>>> message quoted.
>>>>
>>>> Currently I simply reply and have to remember to change the to-address
>>>> from my own to that of the other person.
>>>>
>>>> Is there a better way?
>>>
>>> This works for me:
>>>
>>> S W runs the command gnus-summary-wide-reply-with-original.
>>
>> This does what I want with regard to the quoting, but the "to" and "cc"
>> fields still need to be swapped.
>
> If you have your own mail address configured (IIRC with
> user-mail-address), gnus automatically removes it.  Otherwise, you can
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Loris Bennett | 21 Nov 11:26 2014
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Re: Replying to one's own reply

Alberto Luaces <aluaces <at> udc.es> writes:

> "Loris Bennett" writes:
>
>> Hi,
>>
>> If someone sends me an email message, I reply and then want to reply
>> again with further information, what gnus function should I use?
>>
>> If I do "resend edit" or "mail forward", I don't get the original
>> message quoted.
>>
>> Currently I simply reply and have to remember to change the to-address
>> from my own to that of the other person.
>>
>> Is there a better way?
>
> This works for me:
>
> S W runs the command gnus-summary-wide-reply-with-original.

This does what I want with regard to the quoting, but the "to" and "cc"
fields still need to be swapped.

Loris

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Loris Bennett | 21 Nov 11:00 2014
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Replying to one's own reply

Hi,

If someone sends me an email message, I reply and then want to reply
again with further information, what gnus function should I use?

If I do "resend edit" or "mail forward", I don't get the original
message quoted.

Currently I simply reply and have to remember to change the to-address
from my own to that of the other person.

Is there a better way?

Cheers,

Loris

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leo.butler | 18 Nov 22:42 2014
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nnimap alias failing

Gnus developed a problem recently accessing an imap server defined in
secondary-select-method. The method is defined as

(nnimap "My.Example"
        (nnimap-authinfo-file "~/.authinfo.gpg")
        (nnimap-address "imap.my.example.com")
        (nnimap-authenticator 'digest-md5)
        (nnimap-server-port 993)
        (nnimap-stream ssl))

If I browse the server via its url, then I am able to do so. On the
other hand, I am getting a message about an non-existent mailbox when I
try to browse the alias.

This seems like a corrupted .newsrc.eld, but I have no idea if that is
true, or how to fix the problem.

Leo

Gijs Hillenius | 19 Nov 20:22 2014
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Re: resend message: Wrong type argument: stringp, mail-user-name

On 19 Nov 2014, Tassilo Horn wrote:

> Gijs Hillenius <gijs <at> hillenius.net> writes:
>
> Hi Gijs,
>
>> This is most likely a local bug: when I want to resend an email, I do
>> `SDr`. Invariably, when hitting C-c C-c, the result is
>> "message-make-from: Wrong type argument: stringp, mail-user-name"
>>
>> Alternatively, SDe just works.
>>
>> Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument stringp
>> mail-user-name) string-match("[^- !#-'*+/-9=?A-Z^-~]" mail-user-name)
>> message-make-from()
>
> Looking at the code, the line with the error is
>
> (string-match "[^- !#-'*+/-9=?A-Z^-~]" fullname)
>
> where fullname is let-bound to
>
> (or name
> (and (boundp 'user-full-name)
> user-full-name)
> (user-full-name))
>
> `name' is not provided according to your backtrace.  So I guess you
> have somewhere in your init file
>
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