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If you want to lower the score of crossposts, the line to match on is
("xref" (" talk.politics.misc:" -1000))
If you want to lower the score of articles that have been crossposted to more than, say, 3 groups:
("xref" ("[^:\n]+:[0-9]+ +[^:\n]+:[0-9]+ +[^:\n]+:[0-9]+" -1000 nil r))
This is generally not a very good idea—it takes a very long time.
Gnus actually has to fetch each individual article from the server. But
you might want to anyway, I guess. Even though there are three match
All), you should choose one
and stick with it in each score file. If you use any two, each article
will be fetched twice. If you want to match a bit on the
Head and a bit on the
Body, just use
All for all
You will probably want to mark articles that have scores below a certain number as read. This is most easily achieved by putting the following in your ‘all.SCORE’ file:
You may also consider doing something similar with
If you say stuff like
[^abcd]*, you may get unexpected results.
That will match newlines, which might lead to, well, The Unknown. Say
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