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Re: Gnus question

From: Óscar Fuentes
Subject: Re: Gnus question
Date: Tue, 26 Jan 2016 06:18:34 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/25.0.50 (gnu/linux)

Pietro <> writes:

> Hi all,
> I am not sure this is the right place for a question regarding gnus, if
> there is a more specific mailing list for it please point me at that so
> I can try to post there.
> The webpage gives a mailing list for
> development but I haven't found anything for simple users.

Others suggested gmane, but my experience is that posts to
gmane.emacs.gnus.user are ignored. So you'll better use the
gnu.emacs.gnus newsgroup.

> I am wrestling with GNU to get my email splitting done, I am actually
> trying to split the email coming from the this mailing list address and
> this is how my .gnus.el looks like :
> ;; Split email
> (setq nnimap-split-inbox '("INBOX"))
> (setq nnimap-split-rule
>       '(
>       ("INBOX.gnu" "^To:")
>       )) 
> It is not working though and I am a bit lost, I am new to both emacs and
> gnus. Any recommendations or suggestions ?

There is no `nnimap-split-rule' variable on my Emacs. What I use is
`nnmail-split-fancy'. This is an example:

(setq nnmail-split-fancy
        ("To" "help-gnu-emacs@gnu\\.org" "emacs-help")
        ("From" "afriend@gmail\\.com" "Friends")
        ("From" "anotherfriend@gmail\\.com" "Friends")
        ("X-Spam-Score" ".*[^-][1-9][0-9]*\\.[0-9]+" "Spam")
        ("X-Spam-Level" ".*\\*\\{2,\\}.*" "Spam")
        ("X-Spam-Warning" "spam" "Spam")
        ("To" "ofv@wanadoo\\.es" "ofv")

If you need more information about how to use that variable, do

C-h v nnmail-split-fancy [ENTER]

or visit the node

(info "(gnus) Splitting Mail")

A trick: if you are reading this on Emacs, put the cursor after the
previous parenthesis and press C-x C-e


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