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Re: Splitting the Emacspeak List?

On Sat, Jan 19, 2008 at 12:57:41PM -0800, Zachary Kline wrote:
>    This is precisely the sort of thing I was looking for.  I am using  
> Nnimap, because my email server runs IMAP and I do sometimes use multiple 
> clients to read it.  The default Gnus mail behavior of deleting 
> everything once fetched doesn't really appeal to me.

Or you can just run Fetchmail with the keep option, and filter incoming mail
into various folders with Procmail. All of this occurs outside Emacs so that
when you run Gnus, Vm or whatever you choose, it can access all of your mail
locally (no waiting around for network connections when you start reading

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