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Re: trying to set nnmail-split-methods neatly


From: Enila Nero
Subject: Re: trying to set nnmail-split-methods neatly
Date: Thu, 22 Apr 2004 16:07:07 GMT

Reiner Steib <address@hidden> writes:

> On Thu, Apr 22 2004, Rafael Villarroel wrote:
>
>> (setq common-string "stuff")
>>
>> (setq nnmail-split-methods
>>     '(("Foo" (concat common-string "more-stuff")
>>        "Foo2" (concat common-string "other-stuff")
>>        ("Misc" ""))))
>>
>> but everything goes into Misc, even those mails that go into Foo when
>> I write that rule directly as ("Foo" "stuffmore-stuff").
>
> (setq common-string "stuff"
>       nnmail-split-methods
>       `(("Foo" ,(concat common-string "more-stuff")
>        "Foo2" ,(concat common-string "other-stuff")
>        ("Misc" ""))))
>
> See (info "(elisp)Backquote") for explanations.
>
> Bye, Reiner.
> -- 
>        ,,,
>       (o o)
> ---ooO-(_)-Ooo--- PGP key available via WWW   http://rsteib.home.pages.de/

The other problem is that the syntax for nnmail-split-methods is
wrong:  first goes the newsgroup name and then the pattern:

 (setq nnmail-split-methods
       '(("mail.4ad" "From:.*4ad")
         ("mail.junk" "From:.*Lars\\|Subject:.*buy")
         ("mail.misc" "")))

(via C-h v nnmail-split-methods)

May use the backquote syntax or something like

 (setq nnmail-split-methods
       (list
        (list (concat common-string "." "spam") "^X-Spam-Flag: YES")
        (list (concat common-string "." "newshub") "^From.*newshub")
        (list "mail.misc" "")
))

Enila


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