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Re: archive of sent messages: how to get to appear in Group buffer?

From: Sébastien Kirche
Subject: Re: archive of sent messages: how to get to appear in Group buffer?
Date: Wed, 08 Jun 2005 11:06:16 +0200
User-agent: Gnus/5.110004 (No Gnus v0.4) Emacs/22.0.50 (darwin)

Le 8 Jun 2005 à 02:06, Gernot Hassenpflug a formulé :

> OK, so far excellent, at least I know the messages are being stored
> safely. However, I cannot seem to be able to subscribe to my own
> groups in an editable manner. I.e., although I can use G D or G d to
> access them in read-only mode, I cannot get gnus to list them as
> editable mail or news groups from the Group buffer. I have tried F,
> and have tried various foreign group subscription methods.

Did you tried  to enter in nnfolder from the server  buffer (^ key while
in the group buffer) ?

As you defined  sent-mail as the archive method, it  should have added a
nnfolder:sent-mail server and you  could subscribe to you archive groups
with RET on the server followed by u on each group.

> So, I thought, if nnfolder is a mail group, then maybe I have to tell
> Gnus to fetch mail there, exactly like my other mail sources. In that
> case, I need to put, in addition to the code above, requisite mail
> source code into my .gnus.el. However, I did not see this in any of
> the many example .gnus files I have looked at on the web. Can anyone
> clarify for me what is going on here, or point me to some more
> documentation? I am especially confused still by the meaning of
> nnfolder "sent-mail" in relation to gnus-message-archive-group.

If  it can  help,  maybe you  can  look at  my  own configuration  files

I just set up some things to  use mail and news archiving, except that I
defined an nnml group and unset the archive method as i had some trouble
with it. 

By  doing  that  i  have  now  an nnml:archives  server  and  an  unused
nnfolder:archive. Maybe i am wrong ?

Sébastien Kirche

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