Ebook: Emacs in 24 hours (February 16, 2004, 0) - Ran across http://freebooks.by.ru/view/EmacsIn24h/emacs173.htm from google:gnus+nntp+mail+source+example . Looks like a pretty good resource.
Don Marti’s e-mail productivity hack (April 13, 2007, 0) - See http://www.linuxworld.com/community/?q=node/387 for inspiration.
;;;_+ Inbox anti-addiction hack
;; The following code implements the inbox productivity hack described
;; by Don Marti in http://www.linuxworld.com/community/?q=node/387 .
;; People are not allowed to check mail for more messages unless the
;; number of ticked items has decreased since the last time checked
;; or `sacha/gnus-inbox-time-threshold' seconds have passed.
;; Use ! (tick article) to
Gnus multi-pane tricks, or I heart Planet Emacsen (December 16, 2007, 0) - The tips Joseph Miklojcik shared for reading e-mail in Gnus included this _really_ nifty thing that I hadn’t come across when I set up my Gnus before: multi-pane reading.
You know how modern news readers have a folder pane, a summary pane
and a preview pane?
Well, you can have that too.
Learning Gnus (May 30, 2003, 0) - A good Gnus tutorial can be found at http://people.mandrakesoft.com/~gc/html/howtos/howto-adopt-gnus.html .
Display subject on the first line, dynamically (March 8, 2004, 0) -
;;; gnus-summary-update-subject.el --- Display subject on the first line, dynamically
;; Modified by Sacha to work with subjects anywhere in the summary line.
(defvar gnus-summary-update-subject-overlay nil)
(defvar gnus-summary-update-subject-hide-overlay nil)
(setq gnus-summary-same-subject (propertize " " 'gnus-summary-same-subject t))
(defvar gnus-summary-update-subject-thread-marker ">")
(defun gnus-summary-update-subject (&optional window start)