If a GNUS session is suspended by the command z
gnus-Group-suspend), it is possible to resume it later without
any time-consuming initializations. Switch to the Newsgroup buffer and
type g (
gnus-Group-get-new-news) to get newly arrived
articles if you want to resume the suspended GNUS session. It is a good
idea to update the startup file (see section Startup File) before suspending
If you want to forget what you read this GNUS session, exit GNUS by
the command Q (
gnus-Group-quit). Otherwise, exit by the
command q (
gnus-Group-exit) to update the startup
gnus-Exit-gnus-hook is called when exiting GNUS, and
gnus-Suspend-gnus-hook is called when suspending GNUS.
If you want to clear out Emacs buffers which were created by GNUS and
remain afterwards, use these hooks.