Re: A question about gnus.
> > or, you may try GNUS (I bet it can do everything. :) but i
> > suspect you will like it. ;) but who knows? ;)
P.S. If you don't like Emacs/Lisp, and if you are okay with Shell/Perl,
you may find nmh (New MH) quite good. Indeed, nmh can do everything too. :)
> I have here about it. But if i have not misunderstood, it work in xemacs.
> If it does, how to make xemacs support chinese. I use below command to
> install my xemacs, but i can not see chinese when i input chinese from
> apt-get install xemacs21 (i confirm install all it suggest).
In my ~/.emacs: (remove the comment `;' of course. ;)
; ) 'global '(mule-fonts) 'prepend)
In my ~/.xinitrc: (Some minor modification maybe needed :P)
xmodmap -e "keycode 22=BackSpace" &
exec /usr/bin/gnome-session # I'm not sure about this, anyway..
> now, i use mutt and vim like before. I want to this function so much,
> you know, Foxmail in Win9x works very well.
Hehe, this situation you, umm, we're facing is quite typical to Chinese
only, I suppose. i.e. Pity SMTP service, very pity. Indeed I use my Debian
box (Exim) instead of finding a real SMTP on the large after I moved to
Beijing and got my own email addr without them porviding me SMTP.
This situation is only worsed when I find quite some of my favorite Mailing
lists' policy to spamming are really tough. :(
| This message was re-posted from email@example.com
| and converted from gb2312 to big5 by an automatic gateway.