Commit 9e601b8d authored by Miles Bader's avatar Miles Bader
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Merge from gnus--devo--0

Revision: emacs@sv.gnu.org/emacs--devo--0--patch-1411
parent d45a49e3
2008-09-08 David Engster <dengste@eml.cc>
* gnus.texi (nnmairix): Point out that nnml uses MH format. Clarify
section about choosing back end servers.
2008-08-23 Glenn Morris <rgm@gnu.org>
* dired-x.texi (Shell Command Guessing):
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......@@ -4521,9 +4521,11 @@ mh= ... your nnml/mh folders which should be indexed ...
mbox = ... your mbox files which should be indexed ...
@end example
Specify all your maildir/nnml folders and mbox files (relative to the
base directory!) you want to index with mairix. See the man-page for
mairixrc for details.
This specifies all your mail folders and mbox files (relative to the
base directory!) you want to index with mairix. Note that the
@code{nnml} back end saves mails in MH format, so you have to put those
directories in the @code{mh} line. See the example at the end of this
section and mairixrc's man-page for further details.
@example
omit=zz_mairix-*
......@@ -4591,14 +4593,17 @@ The @strong{name} of the @code{nnmairix} server---choose whatever you
want.
@item
The @strong{mail back end} where mairix should stores its
searches. Currently @code{nnmaildir}, @code{nnimap} and @code{nnml} are
supported. As explained above, for locally stored mails, this can be an
existing mail back end where you store your mails. However, you can also
create e.g. a new @code{nnmaildir} server exclusively for
@code{nnmairix} in your secondary select methods (@pxref{Finding the
News}). If you want to use mairix remotely on an @acronym{IMAP} server,
you have to choose the corresponding @code{nnimap} back end here.
The name of the @strong{back end server} where mairix should store its
searches. This must be a full server name, like @code{nnml:mymail}.
Just hit @kbd{TAB} to see the available servers. Currently, servers
which are accessed through @code{nnmaildir}, @code{nnimap} and
@code{nnml} are supported. As explained above, for locally stored
mails, this can be an existing server where you store your mails.
However, you can also create e.g. a new @code{nnmaildir} server
exclusively for @code{nnmairix} in your secondary select methods
(@pxref{Finding the News}). If you want to use mairix remotely on an
@acronym{IMAP} server, you have to choose the corresponding
@code{nnimap} server here.
@item
@vindex nnmairix-mairix-search-options
2008-09-08 David Engster <dengste@eml.cc>
* nnmairix.el (nnmairix-create-server-and-default-group): Require match
in completing-read for back end server.
2008-09-03 Teodor Zlatanov <tzz@lifelogs.com>
* message.el (message-confirm-send): New variable to confirm sending a
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......@@ -877,7 +877,7 @@ All necessary information will be queried from the user."
(interactive)
(let* ((name (read-string "Name of the mairix server: "))
(server (completing-read "Back end server (TAB for completion): "
(nnmairix-get-valid-servers)))
(nnmairix-get-valid-servers) nil 1))
(mairix (read-string "Command to call mairix: " "mairix"))
(defaultgroup (read-string "Default search group: "))
(backend (symbol-name (car (gnus-server-to-method server))))
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