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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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John Magolske | 8 Jun 06:48 2016
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Re: New articles since last viewing via gnus-group-line-format?

Think I found a solution to this...

John Magolske <listmail <at> b79.net> writes:
> I'd like to have a mark show up next to each group in the Gnus group
> buffer to signify whether or not new articles have arrived since the
> last viewing of that group (similar to Mutt's "N if folder has new
> mail, blank otherwise"). I see there's %m in gnus-group-line-format:
>
>     %m  Whether there is new(ish) mail in the group (char, "%")
>
> which should place by default a %, or other character as defined by the
> gnus-new-mail-mark variable. So I put a %m in my gnus-group-line-format:
>
>     (setq gnus-group-line-format "%P%m %M%S%p%5,5y/%-5,5t :%*%B%-60,60ug%ud\n")
>  
> ..but I'm not seeing the % mark in the group buffer next to groups that
> have new email.

I put together the following elisp, which seems to be doing what I want.
Upon exiting a group, the number of unread articles is recorded as a
parameter. Then, the function gnus-user-format-function-N compares that
against the current total number of unread articles. If the current
number is greater, an N is displayed via gnus-group-line-format. I
*think* this is working properly... any suggestions for improvements or
alternate approaches are welcome. One thing that is required for this to
work is for every group to be initially entered/exited at least once.

;; Used gnus-group-set-timestamp as an example when writing this:
(defun gnus-group-record-unread-count ()
  "record the number of unread messages in a group, can be used in hooks like `gnus-select-group-hook'or `gnus-group-catchup-group-hook'."
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Live System User | 5 Jun 15:31 2016
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Determining why some articles are marked for downloading and related issues

Hi,

        I noticed that while in a newsgroup "*Summary..." buffer
        when I type SPC, I get the message:

              Message marked for downloading

        Going to the next message (response to same subject) and typing
        SPC `(gnus-summary-next-page)' displayed the article.

        For example, currently the gmane.emacs.devel newsgroup
        *Summary...* buffer has, from the top:

4.5k│%. │Live System User       ║ ┏●  Does anybody know how to debug a live Emacs process?
4.3k│R. │Eli Zaretskii          ║ ┗━━❯  
    │   │                       ║ ┏○  Re: xref rocks!
6.4k│%. │Dmitry Gutov           ║ ┣━━❯  Re: xref rocks!
5.4k│R. │Nicolas Petton         ║ ┃┣━━❯  
7.1k│ . │Robert Weiner          ║ ┃┗━━❯  

      The first article "Does anybody..." (from Thu, 28 Apr 2016)
      is marked for download.

      The second article from Eli is displayed.

      The third and forth articles displayed " marked for download".

      Why doesn't the first, third, and forth, etc articles get
      displayed?  Did Gmane expire them?

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Alice Bob | 4 May 09:21 2016
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Re: make sent emails synced in imap sent folder

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)
>>>>> 	 "nnimap+That-Account:Sent")))
>> If all `cond' does not match, where will the `archive' message go?
>> (for example, just write a new mail by `m' without enterning any
>> group. Just stay on the start `Group' buffer)
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notbob | 12 Apr 18:46 2016

gnus cheatsheet

I normally use slrn, but want to start using gnus as a newsreader.  I
was once learning the different keystrokes fer gnus, but got
sidetracked back to slrn and forgot most of 'em.  Anyone have a link
to a good gnus cheatsheet?

nb
Winston | 1 May 03:25 2016

Re: how to get a message out of nndraft:queue

dieter <at> duenenhof-wilhelm.de (H. Dieter Wilhelm) asked:
> The only way I succeeded was with guessing "M-x gnus-draft-send-message"
> could help and indeed it worked.

> Do you know a keyboard shortcut for this command or a more elgant way to
> behave in such situations?

As to your first question, where-is should tell you where, if anywhere,
a command is bound.  Also, a look at the output of describe-bindings
might reveal some useful command.
 -WBE
Alice Bob | 21 Apr 13:47 2016
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How to remove duplicate nnimap servers?

Don't why there are two exactly same servers in 'server' buffer
list.

It's like this:

```
{nnimap: gmail} (opened)
{nnimap: outlook} (opened)
{nnimap: gmail} (opened)
```

The frist and third line points to the same Gmail account. I can
verify this by RET to check their mail forders.

I trid to execute 'k' to kill the third one. But Gnus reminds:

,----
| gnus-server-kill-server: Read-only server nnimap:gmail
`----

How to remove either one?

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N. Raghavendra | 13 May 08:59 2016
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Mail posting in newsgroups

I read the mailing lists I am subscribed to as newsgroups through Gmane.
Lately, I've been having problems with posting through Gmane --- posts
don't reach the mailing list for several hours, first postings to a list
don't trigger an auto-authorization message from Gmane, etc.

So, I am wondering if it is possible to post articles and followups in
Gmane newsgroups by email.  For example, if I am in the summary buffer
of the gmane.emacs.orgmode group, and hit `a', I'd like Gnus to start
composing a mail message to emacs-orgmode <at> gnu.org.  Similarly, if I am
in the summary buffer of that group and hit "F", I'd like Gnus to start
composing a *mail* reply to the selected article, with
emacs-orgmode <at> gnu.org as the "To" address.  Is there a way to do this?

I was reading about group parameters in the manual.  Will setting
to-address and to-list parameters of the gmane.emacs.orgmode group to
emacs-orgmode <at> gnu.org do what I've described above?  Unfortunately, I
can't test it without spamming the mailing list with test messages.

Thanks,
Raghu.

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