Few months ago, I switch from gnus to Evolution at work, mainly for contact management and calendar stuff. Even if bbdb is cool, I prefer sometimes a GUI. These day, I take the decision to switch from mutt to Gnus for my personal usage. I like to be able to read news (usenet) and mail from the same software, maybe I'm wrong, but it's the samething for me. That is why I didn't want configure a new tool (slrn ?) while I was more or less happy with mutt.
Anyway, I now switched to gnus, and after lost few hours to configure/tweak it, it's very nice. Though, I need to hack the mail reply function to overwrite the To: header (and remove the Cc: one) with the To-List group parameter when it defined.
(defun replace-recipients () (message-remove-header "To") (goto-char 0) (message-add-header (concat "To: " (gnus-parameter-to-list gnus-newsgroup-name))) (message-remove-header "cc") ) ;; Fonction de réponse (defun my-mail-reply () "Followup (with original) reply, reformat original, replace To: (and remove Cc:) if to-list group paramer is defined, useful for mailing list without Reply-To header." (interactive) (gnus-summary-followup-with-original 1) (save-excursion (if (gnus-parameter-to-list gnus-newsgroup-name) (replace-recipients)) (goto-char (point-min)) ;; On reformate le paragraphe (let* ;; selection ( ;; debut du mail (result (search-forward-regexp "^--text follows this line--$" nil t)) (first-match (and result (+ 1 (match-end 0)))) ;; signature (result (search-forward-regexp "^-- $" nil t)) (second-match (and result (match-beginning 0) )) ) ;; formatage (fill-individual-paragraphs first-match second-match) ) ) )
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