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Re: .gnus problem with emacspeak



The only config I have specific to gnus is in my .emacs and is as
follows 

(setq gnus-select-method '(nntp "news.internode.on.net")
      gnus-posting-styles
      '((".*"
         (signature-file "~/.news-signature")
         (name "Tim X")
         (address "timx@spamto.devnul.com")
         (Reply-to "timx@spamto.devnul.com"))))

and thats all. I don't have a specific .gnus file.

Tim
Nath writes:
 > Thanks Tim for your response. OK I'lll try VM too but Tim if you read news
 > with Gnus you probably have a .gnus file in which you have indicated the
 > urls of the news servers and others things. And what have you done  after
 > writing your .gnus file in order to have it read by Gnus at start up ? It
 > seems that with Emacspeak another .gnus file is read when you start Gnus
 > but I can't find it on my hard disk. I tried to move my .gnus into the
 > emacspeak lisp directory but it didn't change anything.
 > If you or others have ideas ? thanks.
 > 
 > 
 > --
 > Nath
 > 
 > *********** REPLY SEPARATOR  ***********
 > 
 > On 05/01/03 at 23:49 Tim Cross wrote:
 > 
 > >I only use gnus for reading newsgroups, not for mail. It works fine
 > >for me. For reading mail, you are probably better off using vm - this
 > >is what Raman uses and is probably the best supported mail reader in
 > >emacspeak.
 > >
 > >You can get vm from http://www.wonderworks.com/vm
 > >
 > >Tim
 > >Nath writes:
 > > > Hi all,
 > > >
 > > > I try to use Gnus with Emacspeak  in order to read my mails but I
 > >encounter
 > > > a big problem. since a long month I try to understand why my .gnus file
 > > > located in my HOME directory is not considered when I start Gnus. And
 > >this
 > > > morning after long researches I think it's a problem with Emacspeak. I
 > > > explain :
 > > > When I run Emacs without Emacspeak and start Gnus my .gnus file is
 > > > considered and all works well. But when I run Emacspeak it is not the
 > >case.
 > > > I see that I have nntp groups but in my .gnus I tell only to fetch
 > >mails !
 > > > I search for a solution : I found a emacspeak-gnus.el file in the lisp
 > > > directory but I don't know if I must modify something in this file or
 > >not
 > > > in order to solve the problem. I think some of you are using Gnus here
 > >with
 > > > Emacspeak and so perhaps have you ever had the problem and have you
 > >found
 > > > the solution ?
 > > > Thanks in advance for your help.
 > > >
 > > >
 > > > --
 > > > Nath
 > > >
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