Linux for blind general discussion <firstname.lastname@example.org> writes: > The emacs manual is generally easy to understand but I'm having the > opposite experience with gnus. I don't understand much of the > terminology, I don't yet know elisp and ATM I'm just trying to figure > out how to set up gmail.
Yeah, pretty much my experience back in 2004. If you plan on learning elisp, I'd suggest the elisp intro. It's in the info documentation that comes with emacs. Well it does on most distros anyway, but Debian puts it in a separate package in their nonfree repository. Package is called emacs24-common-non-dfsg, emacs25-common-non-dfsg, or some other such thing. Because politics. I think it's called eintr. So if you use C-h i to get into the info reader, g (eintr) will display it. I could probably send you all my mail-related configs. They're scattered across three or four files. -- Chris _______________________________________________ Blinux-list mailing list Blinuxemail@example.com https://www.redhat.com/mailman/listinfo/blinux-list