Cecil Westerhof | 24 Apr 07:33 2014
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Really remove mailbox

I use Gnus for reading my gmail. When I create a new folder in gmail
it is displayed under ‘Gnus active’. I can remove it with ‘C-k’ but
after R it is displayed again. How can I remove it permanently? (From
Gnus, not from gmail.)

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Emanuel Berg | 23 Apr 23:45 2014
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Re: Mark own message automatically as read

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

> Igor Sosa Mayor <joseleopoldo1792 <at> gmail.com> writes:
>
>> thanks for your answer, but I'm afraid Emanuel Berg
>> is completely right in describing the problem I was
>> trying to point out with my primitive English...
>
> I don't think the problem is your English, it is that
> I don't understand the problem; sorry.

To the OP: I understand your problem and there is
nothing wrong with you English. My comment ("sort of")
referred to that the KILL solution removes your own
messages, yes, but part of the problem remains, namely
they still show up in the group buffer. Tell me if you
need instructions for setting up the KILL file, and, of
course, if you find a better way for doing this.

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Emanuel Berg | 23 Apr 23:42 2014
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Re: Mark own message automatically as read

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

>> To me, it sounds like all Gcc'd messages will be
>> marked as read. But even so, people very seldom use
>> the Gcc header anyway - or so it would seem.
>
> Really? I Gcc: all my emails and articles. That is
> how Gnus archives outgoing messages...

Yes, I do that as well. And I can live with those being
marked as read, if that's what happens with the option
you provided. Though, optimally, I would like them to
be *not* read (always shown) in my *archive* group, and
*never* shown in the group(s) you send them to. With
the rare exception when you post a question, and then
find the answer yourself - then, I like to quote
myself, and provide the answer. I guess that's a bit
"stöddigt" but it is beneficial to people who might
Google the same problem, and perhaps others who follow
the group and might be interested in general...

No - I meant, reading the docstring of the option you
suggested, it looked like all the stuff you get by
means of Gcc gets marked as read. And people might use
it to send things to you, right? But *that* never
happens to me - I don't think I ever got a single mail
that way. So perhaps it is OK just the same.

> But it may very well only be the archived copy that
> is automatically marked as read.
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Haines Brown | 23 Apr 15:01 2014
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Symbol's function definition is void

For no obvious reason, gnus now fails to display about half the messages
in groups. There is a header, no body, and in minibuffer the error
message:  "Symbol's function definition is void:
mailcap-parse-mailcaps".

I don't believe this is a problem with ~/mailcap. There may be a probem
with FLIM version or loaded in wrong order, but I don't know how to
verify or correct if so.

Haines Brown
David Hume | 23 Apr 15:22 2014

subscribe without downloading active

I have found that by putting this line into *scratch* and evaluating it,
I can subscribe to the group without downloading the active file, which
is useful. But is there a way to do this through the UI? I tried
apropos-command but this command does not get listed.

(gnus-subscribe-interactively "gnu.utils")

I have also tried to prevent re-downloading the active file with

(setq gnus-read-active-file nil)

but it still downloads it when I type AA to see groups I am not
subscribed to. I don't think it needs to do this, maybe it is stored
somewhere or I can make it get stored somewhere?
Emanuel Berg | 22 Apr 23:29 2014
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Re: Mark own message automatically as read

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

> (setq gnus-gcc-mark-as-read t)

The documentation says:

"If non-nil, automatically mark Gcc articles as read."

To me, it sounds like all Gcc'd messages will be marked
as read. But even so, people very seldom use the Gcc
header anyway - or so it would seem.

I will definitely try this, because I have the same
problem as the OP. I sort of solved it by putting
*myself* in the KILL file, but that doesn't solve the
problem the OP mentions (or sort of) that this only
applies when I *enter* a group - optimally, I would
like all my "kills" applied transparently so I never
hear about them...

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Igor Sosa Mayor | 22 Apr 15:52 2014
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Mark own message automatically as read

Hi,

this is maybe very easy, but I can not find how to do it. I would like
gnus to mark as read all messages sent by me.

If gnus could achieve this even in the groups buffer, that is, without
entering the summary buffer, it would be perfect...

many thanks in advance!

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Damien Wyart | 22 Apr 08:37 2014
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Re: Group Specific Sorting and Threading

* Les Harris <lharris <at> gnome.org> in gnu.emacs.gnus:
> Is it possible to have different sorting and threading functions on
> a per group basis?

> I have a group using the nnrss backend and the feed comes with posts
> newest first and threaded. For this group, I would like posts to be
> sorted oldest first and have no threading.

You can find something close to this in this file
(http://people.irisa.fr/Nicolas.Berthier/file:.gnus.el):

,----
| ;; RSS in summary buffer:
| (add-hook
|  'gnus-summary-mode-hook
|  (lambda ()
|    (when (string-match "^nnrss:.*" gnus-newsgroup-name)
|      (make-local-variable 'gnus-show-threads)
|      (make-local-variable 'gnus-use-adaptive-scoring)
|      (make-local-variable 'gnus-use-scoring)
|      (make-local-variable 'gnus-score-find-score-files-function)
|      (make-local-variable 'gnus-summary-line-format)
|      (setq gnus-show-threads nil
|        gnus-use-adaptive-scoring nil
|        gnus-use-scoring t
|        gnus-score-find-score-files-function 'gnus-score-find-single
|        gnus-summary-line-format "%U%R%z%d %I%(%[ %s %]%)\n"))))
`----

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Damien Wyart | 22 Apr 08:30 2014
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Re: Group Specific Sorting and Threading

* Les Harris <lharris <at> gnome.org> in gnu.emacs.gnus:
> Is it possible to have different sorting and threading functions on
> a per group basis?

Have a look at group and topic parameters:

http://www.gnus.org/manual/gnus_28.html
http://www.gnus.org/manual/gnus_39.html

You can also have a construct like this in your .gnus.el:

(add-hook 'gnus-summary-mode-hook
   (lambda ()
      (if (equal gnus-newsgroup-name "xxx")
         (progn
            (setq gnus-summary-thread-gathering-function 'gnus-gather-threads-by-subject)
            (setq gnus-use-scoring t)
            (setq gnus-thread-sort-functions ;; and so on...)))))

to override your default values (several tests on the group name can be
used, of course).

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Les Harris | 22 Apr 07:05 2014
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Group Specific Sorting and Threading

Apologies if this is easily found.  I can't seem to find how to do it:

Is it possible to have different sorting and threading functions on a
per group basis?

I have a group using the nnrss backend and the feed comes with posts
newest first and threaded. For this group, I would like posts to be
sorted oldest first and have no threading.

Ideally, I would like a way to do this on a Topic level, so these
settings would apply to all groups within a topic.  I may be getting
ahead of myself with that though.

Any help appreciated.

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Sharon Kimble | 20 Apr 14:24 2014
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copy & pasting to also include hyperlinks

I'm subscribed to several sites using their rss feed, and occasionally I like
to save the content by highlighting everything and then copy and pasting it to
an org document. It works but it doesn't get any hyperlinks, so how else can I
get it please?

Thanks
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I'm subscribed to several sites using their rss feed, and occasionally I like
to save the content by highlighting everything and then copy and pasting it to
an org document. It works but it doesn't get any hyperlinks, so how else can I
get it please?

Thanks
Sharon.
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