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Email-related questions across the different clients (gnus, mu4e, rmail, etc.)

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I think the problem is: (nnimap-split-method default) which is missing an 's' (methods), and then the variable nnimap-split-methods should be called nnmail-split-methods in your setq afterwards. A …
answered Feb 13 '16 by asjo
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.1180.1266014215.14305.info-gnus-english@gnu.org>: (setq message-draft-headers '(References From)) automated sending is activated by this (otherwise it will be sent the first time you fetch new email after time … is up, I think): ; Demon to send queued email every other minute: (gnus-demon-add-handler 'gnus-delay-send-queue 1 nil) (gnus-demon-init) To use it, write your email, and instead of pressing C-c C …
answered Mar 1 '16 by asjo
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The IncomingXXXXX-files are backups of incoming email (typically only enabled in development versions of Gnus). The variable mail-source-delete-incoming controls the behaviour. You can open an mbox … . (Another way is to copy the IncomingXXXXX-files into /var/mail/YOURLOGIN, if you have configured Gnus to fetch email from there, but with G f you have more control over the process.) …
answered Mar 29 '16 by asjo