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Some commands only make sense in mail groups. If these commands are invalid in the current group, they will raise a hell and let you know.
All these commands (except the expiry and edit commands) use the process/prefix convention (see Process/Prefix).
Expire all expirable articles in the group
Delete all the expirable articles in the group
Delete the mail article. This is ``delete'' as in ``delete it from your
disk forever and ever, never to return again.'' Use with caution.
Move the article from one mail group to another
Copy the article from one group (mail group or not) to a mail group
Crosspost the current article to some other group
Import an arbitrary file into the current mail newsgroup
Respool the mail article (
Edit the current article (
If you want to re-spool an article, you might be curious as to what group
the article will end up in before you do the re-spooling. This command
will tell you (
Similarly, this command will display all fancy splitting patterns used
when repooling, if any (
Some people have a tendency to send you "courtesy" copies when they
follow up to articles you have posted. These usually have a
If you move (or copy) articles regularly, you might wish to have Gnus
suggest where to put the articles.
gnus-move-split-methods is a
variable that uses the same syntax as
(see Saving Articles). You may customize that variable to create
suggestions you find reasonable.
(setq gnus-move-split-methods '(("^From:.*Lars Magne" "nnml:junk") ("^Subject:.*gnus" "nnfolder:important") (".*" "nnml:misc")))