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Emacs with email, getting a little frustrated


From: Devin Prater
Subject: Emacs with email, getting a little frustrated
Date: Sun, 09 Apr 2017 15:44:08 +0000

To: address@hidden Subject: frustrated with email clients in
Emacs. Any ideas? From: Devin Prater <address@hidden> Gcc:
nnfolder+archive:sent.2017 --text follows this line-- Hi all. As a
somewhat-newbie, I thought I'd try my hand at configuring Gnus to my
liking: getting rid of the [number-of-lines] before subject, adding the
date to the summary buffer, that kind of stuff which modern mail clients
do. So, I went in, messed things up, went to the wiki about gnus with
Gmail, put a little of that in my ~/.gnus.el file, put a little more in
my .emacs.el file, and now, some headers display even though I told Gnus
to not show any headers, Quoted text is not in the quoted text face, and
I think I screwed gnus up pretty badly. So, any way to at least get it
back to total defaults? Or is there a better email client that works
with Emacspeak, which I can use? I’ve /tried/ to get offlineimap
working, but so far, I’ve failed with that, so I don’t think mu4e will
work. I’ve tried wanderlust, but it doesn’t seem to work with Emacspeak.
I would use a graphic client like Thunderbird, but for one, I like
Emacs, and for two, it thinks its 5 hours in the future. I have gotten
Mutt working, but that doesn’t work will at all with Emacspeak. So, any
ideas? -- Sent from Discordia using Gnus for Emacs. Email:
address@hidden Long days and pleasant nights!
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