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Re: Help;fancy splitting not working


From: physiculus
Subject: Re: Help;fancy splitting not working
Date: Fri, 06 Mar 2020 19:16:41 +0100
User-agent: Gnus/5.13 (Gnus v5.13) Emacs/26.3 (gnu/linux)

physiculus <address@hidden> writes:

Hello,
i remembered wrong about the usage of this.
After i comment in, it runs.
I secondly have to edit my split, because i do not correct understand the sense
of & and |.
After some editions my split works!

Thanks for the hint
Poul

> hello,
> i recently switch my splitting to fany splitting.
> after start my gnus no error occured - Wow!
> but unfortunately no splitting is done.
> command B t reports allways message goes to bogus.
> does anyone knows, what is going wrong here?
>
> i use emacs 26.3 on linux kubuntu 18.04.
>
> here is my gnus config (exerpt)
>
> (setq gnus-secondary-select-methods '(
>                                       (nnimap "GoogleMail"
>                                               (nnimap-address 
> "imap.gmail.com")
>                                               (nnimap-server-port "imaps")
>                                               (nnimap-user "address@hidden")
>                                               (nnimap-stream ssl)
>                                               (nnimap-inbox "INBOX")
>                                               (nnimap-expunge 'on-exit)
>                                               (nnimap-record-commands t)
>                                               
> (spam-autodetect-recheck-messages t)
>                                               (nnimap-split-download-body t)
>                                               (spam-process ((spam 
> spam-use-bogofilter)
>                                                              (ham 
> spam-use-bogofilter)))
>                                               (nnmail-split-fancy
>                                                (&
>                                                 (: spam-split "regex-spam" 
> 'spam-use-regex-headers)
>                                                 (: 
> nnmail-split-fancy-with-parent)
>                                                 (: spam-split)
>                                                 )
>                                                 (|
>                                                  (any ".*xxx@xxxhaus\\.de" 
> "privat")
>                                                  (any 
> ".*xxx.xxx@xxxhaus\\.de" "privat")
>                                                  (any ".*yyy@yyyhaus\\.de" 
> "privat")
>                                                  (any ".*zzz@gmail\\.com" 
> "privat")
>                                                  (any ".*xxx@xxxhaus\\.de" 
> "privat")
>                                                  )
>                                                 (&
>                                                  (any 
> ".*emacs-orgmode@gnu\\.org" "OrgDigest")
>                                                  (any 
> ".*info-gnus-english@gnu\\.org" "gnus")
>                                                  (any ".*n3\\.nabble\\.com" 
> "notmuch")
>                                                  (any 
> ".*mu-discuss@googlegroups\\.com" "mu")
>                                                  (any ".*pinterest\\.com" 
> "Pinterest")
>                                                  (any 
> ".*bbdb-user-request@nongnu\\.org" "bbdb")
>                                                  (any 
> ".*emms-help-request@gnu\\.org" "emms")
>                                                  )
>                                                   "INBOX")
>                                               ;;(nnimap-split-methods default)
>                                               (get-new-mail t)
>                                               (nnir-search-engine imap)
>                                               )
>
> Any clues?
>
> Regards
> Poul



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