William Xu <william.xwl@xxxxxxxxx> writes:
> Is there a way to re-apply nnmail-split-fancy to a group after .gnus
> settings are updated?
Sure. Enter the group, mark all articles with the process mark (`M P
a') and respool them (`B r').
| B r runs the command gnus-summary-respool-article
| which is an interactive compiled Lisp function in `gnus-sum.el'.
| It is bound to B r, <menu-bar> <Article> <Copy, move,... (Backend)> <Respool
| (gnus-summary-respool-article &optional N METHOD)
| Respool the current article.
| The article will be squeezed through the mail spooling process again,
| which means that it will be put in some mail newsgroup or other
| depending on `nnmail-split-methods'.
| If N is a positive number, respool the N next articles.
| If N is a negative number, respool the N previous articles.
| If N is nil and any articles have been marked with the process mark,
| respool those articles instead.
| Respooling can be done both from mail groups and "real" newsgroups.
| In the former case, the articles in question will be moved from the
| current group into whatever groups they are destined to. In the
| latter case, they will be copied into the relevant groups.
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