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Re: From Gnus to mu4e


From: Bastien
Subject: Re: From Gnus to mu4e
Date: Thu, 27 Aug 2015 19:08:47 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.130014 (Ma Gnus v0.14) Emacs/25.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Julien Cubizolles <address@hidden> writes:

>   + regarding filtering and spam detection, do you rely on the
>   possibilities offered by you mail provider (Gmail or other)?

For providers that do spam filtering, obviously yes.  For others, I
first fetch emails on a server using fetchmail/spamassassin, then
expose these emails using dovecot on the server.
>
>   + you said you're running Dovecot. Gnus could also directly access the
>   local maildir without a local imap server the way mu4e does, couldn't
>   it ? What's the benefit of running it ?

Sorry I wasn't clear.

I have

1. an address from my internet provider
2. an address from my own remote server

multiple addresses are collected on 2 (using fetchmail/spamassassin)
and dovecot is running on this remote server.

I use maildir for both 1 and 2 on my local machine, sync'ing all
mails with mbsync.

>> - postfix with smtp_sender_dependent_authentication to use various
>>   smtp servers depending on the email I'm using.  I see people use
>>   msmtp and msmtp-mta, which I tried for a while, but I'm just too
>>   impatient with the .3s you have to wait when sending.  
>
>   From looking at my fossilized .gnus.el, I'm using smtpmail, which
>   would be equivalent to msmtp.
>
>   + I'm gonna need to duplicate this setup on two machines (laptop and
>   desktop). I guess running offline imap on the two machines and
>   synchronizing the nnml, nnarchive mail by unison would work.

I guess so, yes.

> Thanks a lot for all this information. I've a much clearer idea of all
> the possibilities now.

You're welcome!

PS: I secretly love anything related to emails, this is fascinating.

-- 
 Bastien



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