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Re: Wide reply in Gnus


From: Jason Earl
Subject: Re: Wide reply in Gnus
Date: Sat, 23 Dec 2006 01:49:46 -0700
User-agent: Gnus/5.110006 (No Gnus v0.6) Emacs/22.0.91 (gnu/linux)

Leo <address@hidden> writes:

> Hi Shanks,
>
> * Shanks N. (2006-12-22 23:21 +0530) said:
>   ^^^^^^^^^
>> Leo <address@hidden> writes:
>>
>>> Hi there,
>>>
>>> I read gmane news groups. When I want to reply to an article posted by
>>> someone not subscribed, I want to write to him but also post to the
>>> newsgroup. By default, 'S w' will generate in the mail buffer:
>>>
>>> ,----
>>> | To: address@hidden>
>>> | Cc: address@hidden
>>> `----
>>>
>>> I subscribe to the list through gmane so directly posting to the list
>>> will fail. Does any one see this problem and what's your solution? I
>>> know Gnus is extremely powerful, so maybe there is already a function
>>> to do it. TIA.
>>
>> ummm....no it won't fail.  You'll get a mail from the gmane
>> autoauthoriser if you're a first time poster to that NG.  You'll have
>> to reply to that email.  And then on it'll silently post to the
>> groups.  That's how I've been posting on the mailing lists.  Always
>> through gmane.
>
> The header in my example says CC to address@hidden, I'll be
> surprised if I get the email from GMANE ;)
>
> The problem is I have subscribed to address@hidden through
> gmane. However when I do wide reply, the email will go to the sender
> and the address@hidden instead of the newsgroup
> gmane.emacs.help.

You need to "followup" instead of "wide reply."  To try it out find a
message that you would like to reply to and instead of hitting "R" hit
"F."  This should do the right thing.

Jason


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