On Fri, 12 Mar 2010 21:17:47 -0800, David Rogoff <da...@therogoffs.com> wrote:I started using Gnus for Usenet too. Then my Usenet time got way
>On 2010-03-12 15:15:26 -0800, Giorgos Keramidas said:
>> Gnus is the mail reader I use. I am still learning how to use it
>> effectively after almost two years, but it is a very nice program
>> with literally hundreds of options. I've even written some Lisp code
>> to extend it and tweak its behavior in an automated manner.
>> Gnus should be able to pull your messages from multiple IMAP and POP3
> vm is much easier to use for mail than gnus. gnus is great as a
smaller than the time I spent inside mutt. So I experimented with Gnus
for email too. Now I'm hooked up on features like:
* Offline mode -- the ability to read messages and post while being
* Excellent MIME and charset support -- the ability to read almost any
* GnuPG and keyring support -- the signing and encryption keys of Gnus
I still have to struggle a bit with the archiving methods of Gnus from
So VM is probably a good Emacs-based mailer, but I don't know enough
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