Kevin Brubeck Unhammer | 14 Jul 14:51 2016
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xdg-email vs browse-url-mail

Hi,

I just tried using browse-url-mail as a mailto-handler with the below
script as my mail handler (set in XFCE settings):

#!/bin/bash
mailto="${*//\"/}"
if [[ ! ${mailto} =~ ^mailto: ]]; then
    mailto="mailto:${mailto}"
fi
emacsclient -c --eval "(browse-url-mail \"${mailto}\")"

It seems to work with xdg-email, but when I use --attach to attach a
file, it just appears as an "Attach: /path/to/file" header instead of
the usual <#part thing. After sending, nothing is attached to the
received message that I can tell. Is there a way to make browse-url-mail
do the right thing, or to make message-mode treat that "Attach:" line
correctly?

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Ted Zlatanov | 11 Jul 17:18 2016
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Re: how to set gnus authinfo file

On Sat, 09 Jul 2016 10:17:50 +0200 Tassilo Horn <tsdh <at> gnu.org> wrote: 

TH> asjo <at> koldfront.dk (Adam Sjøgren) writes:
>>> Ha, this is my idead: since `authinfo.gpg' is only for Gnus mail
>>> authentication, why not put it under emacs directory? File under
>>> home (~/.authinfo.gpg) should be used for the whole user
>>> account. Is this reasonable?
>> 
>> Do any other programs use ~/.authinfo.gpg?

TH> I think so.

TH> ,----[ (info "(auth)Overview") ]
TH> | The auth-source library is simply a way for Emacs and Gnus, among
TH> |                                                             ^^^^^
TH> | others, to answer the old burning question “What are my user name and
TH> | ^^^^^^
TH> | password?”
TH> `----

TH> And looking at my ~/.authinfo.gpg, I have at least two entries which are
TH> not mail servers although I cannot remember why I've put them there.
TH> One of them is the old Gnus git repository, so maybe Magit/VC are able
TH> to read credentials there when pushing?

Outside Emacs, I wrote a credentials plugin for Git that uses it:
https://git.kernel.org/cgit/git/git.git/tree/contrib/credential/netrc

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Alice Bob | 3 Jul 14:47 2016
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Re: how to set gnus authinfo file

asjo <at> koldfront.dk (Adam Sjøgren) writes:

> Alice writes:
>
>> Ha, this is my idead: since `authinfo.gpg' is only for Gnus mail
>> authentication, why not put it under emacs directory? File under
>> home (~/.authinfo.gpg) should be used for the whole user
>> account. Is this reasonable?
>
> Do any other programs use ~/.authinfo.gpg?
I am not sure yet. AFAIS, only Emacs/Gnus use ~/.authinfo.gpg (by default).
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Alice Bob | 3 Jul 13:20 2016
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Re: how to set gnus authinfo file

asjo <at> koldfront.dk (Adam Sjøgren) writes:

>> (setq nnimap-authinfo-file
>
> Where did you get this variable name? As far as I can see, it is nowhere
> in the Gnus source code.
This variable will be released in next version of Gnus.

>>       smtpmail-auth-credentials
>>       smtpmail-starttls-credentials
>
> Where did you find these variable names? I can't see them in
> smptmail.el.
There variables were used prior to Emacs 24.1 and deprecated
>
> To me it looks like auth-sources is the variable to look at:
Got it. I am using `auth-sources' now.
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Alice Bob | 3 Jul 13:17 2016
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Re: how to set gnus authinfo file

Emanuel Berg <embe8573 <at> student.uu.se> writes:

> Alice Bob <alicebob <at> riseup.net> writes:
>
>> I would like to change the default location
>> of .authinfo.gpg file. For example, put it
>> under ~/.emacs.d/gnus/.authinfo.gpg
>>
>> I cannot find a way to do this.
>
> Try
>
>     M-x apropos-value RET authinfo RET
>
> It seems `auth-sources' is what you seek.
Yeah, I have now changed to `auth-sources' instead of `nnimap-authinfo-file'.
>
>>From the help: "Entries are tried in the order
> in which they appear."
>
> But - why move it from the home dir? What is
> the gain in that?

Ha, this is my idead: since `authinfo.gpg' is only for Gnus mail
authentication, why not put it under emacs directory? File under
home (~/.authinfo.gpg) should be used for the whole user
account. Is this reasonable?

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xiewensheng | 1 Jul 07:32 2016
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Re: smtp outlook.com

On Friday, July 1, 2016 at 4:28:27 AM UTC+8, Dmitry Alexandrov wrote:
> xiewensheng <at> gmail.com writes:
> 
> > Hi, I have similar problem.
> > Fetching imap email is ok, but sending smtp email is not.
> >
> > I am working under windows + Emacs/gnus + gnutls.
> >
> > Have you solved the problem?
> 
> Well, I’ve got a registration at outlook.com purposefully to test it
> with Gnus — and it just works with no problem.  I’ve used the following
> configuration:
> 
> --8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
> (setq send-mail-function 'smtpmail-send-it
>       message-send-mail-function send-mail-function
>       smtpmail-default-smtp-server "smtp-mail.outlook.com"
>       smtpmail-smtp-service 587
>       smtpmail-smtp-user "example <at> outlook.com")
> --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
> 
> and the following .authinfo:
> 
> --8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
> machine smtp-mail.outlook.com login example <at> outlook.com password eXamp1e port 587
> --8<---------------cut here---------------end--------------->8---
> 
> Debian GNU/Linux Jessie, GnuTLS 3.3.8, GNU Emacs 25.1.50.
> 
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ST | 30 Jun 17:30 2016
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How to make Emacs Gnus to get new mails automatically?

Hello,

I try to fetch new mails with Gnus, but it doesn't work. I tried
following options in my `.emacs` file:

    ;(setq gnus-demon-timestep 10)
    (gnus-demon-add-handler 'gnus-group-get-new-news 1 nil)
    ;(gnus-demon-add-handler 'gnus-demon-scan-mail 1 nil)
    ;(gnus-demon-add-handler 'gnus-demon-scan-news 1 nil)
    (gnus-demon-init)

I tried to add each of the 3 handlers, and put `t` instead of `nil`, but
it didn't work. If I press `g` or run `M-x gnus-group-get-new-news`
manually Gnus does fetchs new mails. I checked `gnus-demon-handlers` and
it indeed says: `gnus-demon-handlers's value is
((gnus-group-get-new-news 1 nil))` but it doesn't fetch mails
automatically.

Thank you!!
Just in case: the question is also here:
http://stackoverflow.com/questions/38100542/how-to-make-emacs-gnus-to-get-new-mails-automatically

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Alice Bob | 12 Jun 14:07 2016
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Re: how to set gnus authinfo file

Martin <parozusa <at> web.de> writes:

>   Alice Bob writes:
>
>   > Emacs 24.5; Gnus 5.13.
>   >
>   > I would like to set file path of `~/.authinfo.gpg' which stores nntp,
>   > nnimap, smtp passwords. This is the code snippet:
>   >
>   > (setq nnimap-authinfo-file
>   >         (nnheader-concat gnus-home-directory "authinfo.gpg")
> ..................................................^ ?
>   >       smtpmail-auth-credentials
>   >         (nnheader-concat gnus-home-directory "authinfo.gpg")
> ..................................................^ ?
>   >       smtpmail-starttls-credentials
>   >         (nnheader-concat gnus-home-directory "authinfo.gpg"))
> ..................................................^ ?
>   >
>   > But this setting does not work.
>
> Hi,
>
> in my case just .authinfo.gpg in the home directory makes gnus ask for
> the passphrase to decrypt .authinfo.gpg. No seperate configuration
> needed.
>
Hi Martin,

I would like to change the default location of .authinfo.gpg
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Alice Bob | 12 Jun 08:12 2016
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how to set gnus authinfo file

Emacs 24.5; Gnus 5.13.

I would like to set file path of `~/.authinfo.gpg' which stores nntp,
nnimap, smtp passwords. This is the code snippet:

(setq nnimap-authinfo-file
        (nnheader-concat gnus-home-directory "authinfo.gpg")
      smtpmail-auth-credentials
        (nnheader-concat gnus-home-directory "authinfo.gpg")
      smtpmail-starttls-credentials
        (nnheader-concat gnus-home-directory "authinfo.gpg"))

But this setting does not work.
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Alice Bob | 8 Jun 15:58 2016
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Re: make sent emails synced in imap sent folder

Eric Abrahamsen <eric <at> ericabrahamsen.net> writes:

> Alice Bob <alicebob <at> riseup.net> writes:
>
>> Eric Abrahamsen <eric <at> ericabrahamsen.net> writes:
>>
>>> fkqqrr <at> autistici.org writes:
>>>
>>>> Eric Abrahamsen <eric <at> ericabrahamsen.net> writes:
>>>>
>>>>> Fkqqrr <fkqqrr <at> autistici.org> writes:
>>>>>
>>>>>> Eric Abrahamsen <eric <at> ericabrahamsen.net> writes:
>>>>>>
>>>>>>> fkqqrr <fkqqrr <at> autistici.org> writes:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> When sending email in Gnus, 'sent' emails by default go into
>>>>>>>> 'archive' folder locally.
>>>>>>>>
>>>>>>>> How to set sent emails to IMAP sent folder?
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> You can set the `gnus-message-archive-group' option to the desired
>>>>>>> "Sent" folder. If you have more than one account you're trying to set
>>>>>>> up, you can set that option to a function that takes one argument, a
>>>>>>> group name, and returns the appropriate archive group. In my case:
>>>>>>>
>>>>>>> (defun my-archiver-figure-outer (group)
>>>>>>>   (cond ((string-match-p "nnimap\\+This-Account\\|gmane" group)
>>>>>>> 	 "nnimap+This-Account:Sent")
>>>>>>> 	((string-match-p "nnimap\\+That-Account" group)
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