* make gnus split only /var/spool/mail/USER
@ 2021-11-30 2:45 hput
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| From: hput <email@example.com>
| Subject: make gnus split only /var/spool/mail/USER
| Newsgroups: gmane.emacs.gnus.general
| Date: Sun, 21 Nov 2021 11:09:48 -0500 (1 week, 1 day, 10 hours ago)
| Message-ID: <firstname.lastname@example.org>
So a second attempt below:
First, sorry to blabber and wonder as below but finding it difficult to
say what I'm after briefly.
I've been using the following `sources' setup to have gnus deliver
mail from /var/spool/mail/USER and procmail created mbox style mail
/spool/in/ ... mbox style groups with *.in suffix
'((file :path "/var/spool/mail/reader")
(directory :path "/spool/in/"
So procmail does the heavy work and gnus only delivers *.in mboxes to
similarly named nnml groups.
All good so far.
I'd like to have gnus split `file :path "/var/spool/mail/USER"'
but continue delivering the `name.in' mboxes as it now does.
I haven't been able to google up an example of such a thing.
I'm guessing it would be something like:
'((file :path "/var/spool/mail/USER"))
SPLITTING code here .. connected to only
Using larsi's example here but don't know how to connect it only to
the mail-souces above :
'(("mail.cron" "^From:.*Cron Daemon")
But cut down for my use and connected to above `mail-sources'.
Or something like that. . . . .
------- ------- ---=--- ------- -------
How to connect `mail-sources' and `nnmail-split-methods' above
But still have the delivery code below not be run thru splitting.
'((directory :path "/spool/in/"
NO SPLITTING HERE
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