Random832 | 30 Aug 22:04 2015

gnus-summary-refer-parent-article doesn't work


If I press ^ on an article whose parent does exist on the server but not
in the summary buffer I expected it to fetch the parent from the
server. Instead I just get "Couldn't fetch article <Message-ID>", which
makes the key essentially useless since if it only works for articles
whose parent is in the summary list I can simply use P to select it.

Does anyone know how to make this work? Does this depend on server
support for some feature?

Bastien | 27 Aug 19:03 2015
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When replying, set From: to use the address where I received the email

Hi Gnus,

when I receive an email to an address, I would like to use this
address as the From: header for the reply I send -- pretty much
the heuristic that notumch is using, provided that you tell it
what emails are yours.

Is it possible to do this with gnus ?

I don't want to use posting styles, because I use different email
addresses within the same group.

Thanks in advance for any hint!

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Kevin Brubeck Unhammer | 25 Aug 10:54 2015
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(wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil) in gnus-range-difference

I've been getting these errors like

Debugger entered--Lisp error: (wrong-type-argument number-or-marker-p nil)
  gnus-range-difference((nil . 11531) nil)
  nnimap-update-info(("dill" (3 . 482) ((1 . 11503)) ((dormant 1939 4482 4777 5488 6176) (reply 11418)
(tick 3356 3854 3856 3866 3892 3930 (3932 . 3933) 4923 5016 5041 5101 (5171 . 5172) 5174 5752 6259 6403 6414
6800 6953 7665 8047 8427 8491 9736 9789 9895 10153 10515 10517 11185 11357 11418) (unexist (1 . 1938) (1940 .
3355) (3357 . 3853) 3855 (3857 . 3865) (3867 . 3891) (3893 . 3929) 3931 (3934 . 4481) (4483 . 4776) (4778 .
4922) (4924 . 5015) (5017 . 5040) (5042 . 5100) (5102 . 5170) 5173 (5175 . 5487) (5489 . 5751) (5753 . 6175)
(6177 . 6258) (6260 . 6402) (6404 . 6413) (6415 . 6799) (6801 . 6952) (6954 . 7664) (7666 . 8046) (8048 . 8426)
(8428 . 8490) (8492 . 9735) (9737 . 9788) (9790 . 9894) (9896 . 10152) (10154 . 10514) 10516 (10518 . 11184)
(11186 . 11356) (11358 . 11375) (11377 . 11378) 11386 11402 11431 11436) (seen 1939 3356 3854 3856 3866 3892
3930 (3932 . 3933) 4482 4777 4923 5016 5041 5101 (5171 . 5172) 5174 5488 5752 6176 6259 6403 6414 6800 6953
7665 8047 8427 8456 8491 8686 9512 9736 9789 9895 (9994 . 10071) (10073 . 10639) (10641 . 11437) (11439 .
11468) (11471 . 11494) (11496 . 11503))) nil ((modseq . "14951") (uidvalidity . "1329730088") (active
1939 . 11505) (permanent-flags %Answered %Flagged %Deleted %Seen %Draft gnus-forward gnus-expire
gnus-dormant gnus-save %*))) (nil nil nil nil 11532 nil not-scanned "1329730088" nil nil))

once in a while, on opening Gnus. I typically "solve" them by removing a
line from ~/.newsrc and trying again. The actual error happens in
(> min1 max1) in gnus-range-difference; the previous line is nnimap.el:1481

		   (read (gnus-range-difference
			  (cons start-article high) unread)))

Does anyone know of a better fix to this than randomly editing newsrc's
until it works?

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Julien Cubizolles | 20 Aug 09:38 2015
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Fancy splitting and spam detection

I'm trying to setup fancy splitting on an imap server and I can't get
spam-split to work:

Here are what I think are the relevant parts of my .gnus.el

--8<---------------cut here---------------start------------->8---
(setq gnus-ignored-from-addresses (regexp-opt '("j.cubizolles <at> free.fr" "j.cubizolles <at> gmail.com")))

(spam-initialize 'spam-use-move)

(setq spam-use-bogofilter t)

(require 'spam)

(setq spam-mark-ham-unread-before-move-from-spam-group t)
(setq spam-mark-only-unseen-as-spam t)

(setq spam-split-group "Junk") ;unqualified group name

(setq nnmail-split-methods 'nnmail-split-fancy)

(setq nnmail-split-fancy
      `(|
	("from" ,gnus-ignored-from-addresses "sent-mail")
	(: (lambda ()
		(car (bbdb/gnus-split-method))))
	("gnus-warning" "duplicat\\(e\\|ion\\) of message" "duplicate")
	;; all the rest
	"General"
	))
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Gabriel Hidasy Rezende | 14 Aug 19:43 2015

Re: nnimap vs nnmaildir & nnir

Seens like a nice improvement to my setup, will do it someday
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Gabriel Hidasy Rezende | 12 Aug 22:09 2015

Re: nnimap vs nnmaildir & nnir

For me nnmaildir is unbearably slow for large groups (almost one hour to
load my archive folder with just a little over 2GB of mail)

nnimap was a much faster and better solution, as some times I need to
read mail offline I installed a local IMAP server (dovecot) and
configured offlineimap to sync everything

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SStar | 29 Jul 01:18 2015
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Re: How to change the behavior when replying to your own message

This is awesome, it works as experted.
On Sat, Jul 25 2015, Adam Sjøgren wrote:
> SStar writes:
>
>> Just wondering if there is a easy way to identify that I am replying my
>> own message, which actually means to reply to the Receiver.
>
> There is, configure the variable message-dont-reply-to-names to match
> your email-address(es).
>
> ,----[ C-h v message-dont-reply-to-names RET ]
> | message-dont-reply-to-names is a variable defined in `message.el'.
> | Its value is
> | "\\(asjo\\|adam\\) <at> \\(koldfront.dk\\|asjo.org\\)"
> | Original value was nil
> | 
> | Documentation:
> | *Addresses to prune when doing wide replies.
> | This can be a regexp or a list of regexps.  Also, a value of nil means
> | exclude your own user name only.
> | 
> | You can customize this variable.
> | 
> | This variable was introduced, or its default value was changed, in
> | version 24.3 of Emacs.
> `----
>
> And then do a wide reply.
>
> Some what related: You can also set gnus-ignored-from-addresses, which
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SStar | 25 Jul 03:16 2015
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Re: How to change the behavior when replying to your own message

Thanks for your reply.

I just checked, both `S W` and `f` will generate the same sort of header

To: myself address
CC: the other emails

Just wondering if there is a easy way to identify that I am replying my
own message, which actually means to reply to the Receiver.

I replied some of my own message by `r` meaning to follow up to send
additional message, but it turns out the message is sent to myself, this
is not suppose to happen, there is no warming that I am send to myself.
Since I never put my own email in To field, is there a way to
permanently prevent this to happen in the future.

On Fri, Jul 24 2015, Brady Trainor wrote:
> f is for newsgroups, "followup". Maybe S W for wide reply. Maybe try
> menu-bar-mode while you get familiar with all the gnus commands.
>
> --
> Brady

SStar | 24 Jul 18:31 2015
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How to change the behavior when replying to your own message

Hello, I have a problem, when I replying my own message that I previous
send to the other part by pressing 'R' on my own message , the new
heading indicates the new message will send to myself. I actually want
it send to the other part. I tried use 'F', it still send to myself with
cc to the others.  Thought about to attack this problem by change
posting styple `gnus-posting-styles`, but looks like it only accept one
condition in sequence, I need two conditions, that is in some group and
from myself. Need suggestions to solve this. 

Thanks ahead.
Gour | 19 Jul 10:18 2015
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nnimap vs nnmaildir & nnir

Hello,

last few months I spent with mu(4e) which was working nicely when mail
is concerned.

Otoh, I prefer using Gmane for mailing lists which offer superior
interface and (un)subscribing is much easier than going via mailing
lists’ software, so I’ve decided to go (back) to Gnus…

However I like mu’s capabilities when it comes to search and considering
to use notmuch (there is no nnir-mu-engine) along with Gnus, but I
looking for advice how to configure it.

There are, afaict, two options:

a) continue using mbsync to sync my remote IMAP accounts with localhost
Maildir tree and then use nnir-notmuch for searching all my email (of
course, gmane engine is used for Gmane newsgroups) and nnmaildir as
back-end for the complete mail.

b) use nnimap back-end for accessing remote IMAP email as well as imap
backend in nnir for searching ’IMAP’ mail and use nnir-notmuch for
quering my ’archive’.[1]

Ocassionaly I have a need to receive/send mail using my Android smart
phone[2], so I can not simply using e.g. getmail to fetch my email to my
localhost and simply using nnmaildir therbey avoiding need for syncing.

Moreover, I remember that in the past nnmaildir was quite slow and
people were complained about its non-standard using of flags, so I’m
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astarsupera | 3 Jul 21:29 2015
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Mark Message Expirable, it disappear immediately.

I currently exprience an abnormal behavior of lossing Expirable
messages. Whenever the msgs are marked expirable, they will be gone
forever, even with `C-u RET' can not get them back.

It used to be different way,That is even the msg is marked expireable, I
still be able to pull them show up in summary buffer. Things changed
after I run a command `gnus-summary-expire-articles-now' at a time. I
checked all possible locations that this command might have revised,
including the custom file.

My question is how did this happen, how to undo the `side-effect` of
`gnus-summary-expire-articles-now'.

Best Regards
SStar


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