[OT] gnus automatic-expiry
David Z Maze <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes:
> Gnus has a couple of nice features. One is automatic expiry: for
> selected groups (including all of the high-traffic Debian lists I'm
> on), mail sits around for about a week, then automatically gets
Will this work in conjunction with immediate-expiry-on-reading?
For example, in my ~/.gnus I have:
(setq gnus-total-expirable-newsgroups "imap.+Mail.+debian-user")
(cond ((string-match "debian-user" group)
This expires all the articles when I leave the summary buffer with c
y. I would also like all articles older than, say, 4 days, to
disappear regardless of whether I've read them. I've added
(expiry-wait . ) to my group parameters:
;;; Editing the group parameters for `nnimap+imap.cs.ubc.ca:Mail/debian-user'.
;; Type `C-c C-c' after you've finished editing.
((uidvalidity . "968964967")
(expiry-wait . 4)
but I haven't seen if it works yet.