Chris Tessone | 1 Feb 02:45 2003
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Re: sample .gnus files


How about http://my.gnus.org/ ?

Chris

Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Feb 15:55 2003
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Re: undefined func gnus-inews-insert-draft-meta-information in CVS Oort

anti-spam-pranav <at> cisco.com (Pranav K. Tiwari) writes:

> While editing a draft in latest Oort from CVS (Oort Gnus v0.13, emacs
> 20.7), I get an error while editing drafts. The error says
> gnus-inews-insert-draft-meta-information is undefined.

That function no longer exists.  It sounds like you're picking up
parts of an older version of Gnus and parts of a newer version.

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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Feb 16:02 2003
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Re: how to compress nnfolder group

Linh Dang <linh <at> linhdang.home> writes:

> I setup my imap mail groups to auto expire into local nnfolder group
> (Save-Jan-2003, Save-Dec-2002, etc.) It works flawlessly. Now I'd like
> compress the old nnfolder group (Save-Jan-2000 to Save-Jan-2000.bz2
> for example) while preserving all the meta-information. What is _the_
> way of doing it?

There is no pre-defined functionality in Gnus for doing this.

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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Feb 16:04 2003
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Re: ESC > p gets second to last article

Dan Jacobson <jidanni <at> dman.ddts.net> writes:

> When I do ESC > to go to the end of a summary buffer, and then do "p"
> I get the second to last article, not the last.  Maybe gnus thinks i
> was on the last line when in fact i was beyond it. 

All Gnus summary commands treat having the point on the empty line at
the end of the buffer as if you were on the final message.  It's a
feature. 

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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Feb 17:04 2003
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Re: expiring sent-mail folder

Shao Zhang <shao <at> cia.com.au> writes:

> Can anyone point out what is wrong with the following, my over 2 year
> old sent-mail folder just refuse to expire the articles. I am using oort
> 0.14.

[...]

> (setq nnmail-expiry-wait-function
>       (lambda (group)
> 	(cond ((string-match "sent-mail" group) 31)
> 	      (t 7))))

That looks ok to me...  when run the expiry process, does it say that
it's attempting to expire that group?

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Alex Schroeder | 1 Feb 17:31 2003
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Re: setting up antiword

Jesper Harder <harder <at> myrealbox.com> writes:

> The suggestion in the wiki seems to be workaround for a problem the
> author had with his mailcap file, or maybe the version of antiword.
> Just a mailcap entry works fine for me.
>
> The problem could have been that the quotes around the argument, '%s',
> are bogus.  You are not supposed to use quotes according to RFC 1524
> (the mailcap specification).

Hm, in my /etc/mailcap I have exactly that problem, then.  :)

application/msword; /usr/bin/antiword '%s'; copiousoutput; description="Microsoft Word Text"; nametemplate=%s.doc

I will write something on the wiki, if nobody does it first.  Thanks
for the explanation.

Alex.

Reiner Steib | 1 Feb 18:56 2003
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Re: mailing a highlighted region & oort send at specified time (C-c C-j) question

On Fri, Jan 31 2003, Kai Gro├čjohann wrote:

> Reiner Steib <4.uce.03.r.s <at> nurfuerspam.de> writes:
>
>> Did you setup `gnus-delay-initialize' as described in the manual?
[...]
> So should C-c C-j look if that has been done and complain if not?

Good idea.  Although this doesn't seem to be the point for Sivaram.

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Ichimusai | 1 Feb 19:29 2003

Re: Reply windows in GNUS

Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen <larsi <at> gnus.org> writes:

> Ichimusai <ichi <at> ichimusai.org> writes:
>
>> If I hit reply, I would like the reply buffer to take the space of the
>> main body of the mail/article, and not the way it does now, it covers
>> all the other buffers (except the status line).
>
> The default window conf is this:
>
>     (reply-yank
>      (vertical 1.0
> 	       (message 1.0 point)))
>
> So if you alter that to be the spec you want instead, you'll
> probably, er, get what you want.

Not sure hwo to add that properly to my config, I get "reply-yank"
symbols definition is void when I try to stick it in my .gnus.

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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Feb 19:33 2003
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Re: Digesting and forwarding with all headers

Alan Hadsell <ahadsell <at> MtDiablo.com> writes:

> No, both of these (and also ^C ^F) seem to strip most of the headers,
> and there doesn't seem to be any difference in the set of headers
> left. 

`S o m' includes absolutely all the headers for me.  You haven't done
any customizations in this area? 

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Lars Magne Ingebrigtsen | 1 Feb 20:48 2003
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Re: Digesting and forwarding with all headers

Alan Hadsell <ahadsell <at> MtDiablo.com> writes:

> By the way, this is only a problem when I forward *multiple*
> messages, meaning that the digest code is invoked.  When I forward a
> single message, all the headers are included.

Oh, in that case it's `gnus-uu-digest-headers'.

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