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Re: [h-e-w] Re: Gnus, anyone?

From: Chris McMahan
Subject: Re: [h-e-w] Re: Gnus, anyone?
Date: Thu, 20 Dec 2001 10:07:36 -0500

Before this turns into a real battle, let's just agree that Gnus and
VM are both good, and personal preferences can dictate which to use
for email.

Now shake hands :)


Graham Murray writes:
>Paul Kinnucan <address@hidden> writes:
>> Folders are files in which you can archive mail besides 
>> INBOX. You can have as many folders as you like. For example,
>> I have folders for storing mail relating to the JDE, my work,
>> my church, my kid's school and so on. I can save mail either
>> manually or automatically. To save the current item, you simple
>> press s and vm prompts you to enter the name of a folder
>> in which to archive the mail; it can be an existing or a new
>> folder. Press A and vm saves all the mail whose To: From: CC:
>> etc. fields match regular expressions that you have previously
>> specified in your vm initialization file (.vm).
>You can do the same thing in gnus. You can have as many mail groups as
>you want. Gnus can automatically route incoming mail to appropriate
>group(s) (See Splitting Mail in the manual) or you can manually (from
>the summary buffer) copy or move a mail to another group.

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