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Re: is nnimap broken? Is gnus 5.11 broken?

From: Barutan Seijin
Subject: Re: is nnimap broken? Is gnus 5.11 broken?
Date: Wed, 30 Jul 2008 09:10:09 -0500
User-agent: Gnus/5.11 (Gnus v5.11) Emacs/22.2 (darwin)

On 30 Jul 2008, Ed wrote:

> When I go to the second line, and hit SPC, I see:
> K    618: INBOX
> K      0: Mail/archive
> K      0: Mail/drafts

> When I go to the first line and hit SPC I can see the mail messages in
> my inbox.

> Then, if I go back to the groups buffer, it allows me to subscribe to
> nnimap+main:INBOX

>        0: nndraft:queue
>       0: nndraft:drafts
>     618: nnimap+mail:INBOX

> So that seems good. But the next time I open GNUS this group is not
> there, and I have to go back to the server buffer and read the email
> through that.

> So how do I get this INBOX group to stick around?

Are you sure there is new mail for you to see?

You can screw up your .newsrc* files if you're playing with your .gnus
and changing servers.  Not that it's bad to play with it in your
case -- on the contrary, you need to to get your gnus set up properly.

I've had a similar problem (but not with imap) with my local
newserver.  I'd subscribe to groups, and i could read them when i
first subscribed, but not with a new instance of gnus.  I could touch
.newsrc and see all the articles, but otherwise, i could never read
certain groups.  What worked for me was to create a new user and read
news from the new account.  Not a very elegant solution, but it has
worked so far.


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