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Gnus Gcc bypasses spooling hooks, maybe an Agent problem? (was: Gnus-reg
Gnus Gcc bypasses spooling hooks, maybe an Agent problem? (was: Gnus-registry problems)
Wed, 30 Jun 2004 13:37:35 -0400
Gnus/5.110003 (No Gnus v0.3) Emacs/21.3.50 (gnu/linux)
On Wed, 30 Jun 2004, address@hidden wrote:
>>> 2. Another test: I write a message with Gcc: nnmaildir:mail.foo.
>>> and send it off. Followups to that message are not split to that
>>> group (unless I make some specific splitting rule). Is it supposed
>>> to work like this?
>> Depends. I don't know if Gcc will write the article with the
>> correct message ID (but common sense says it should). Again, see
>> what the Messages buffer says.
> There was nothing about Gcc there (see above).
Hmm. This is almost definitely a problem with Gcc then, it must
bypass the spooling hooks that I installed for the registry a long
Is there anyone familiar with the Gcc mechanism? I don't know why
gnus-inews-do-gcc is not calling the nnmail-spool-hook when it calls
gnus-request-accept-article. Could this have something to with the
Agent? I see the gnus-agent-possibly-do-gcc function and I'm not
sure if it may be called so as to bypass the nnmail-spool-hook for