Folder mode looks like this. (In XEmacs, it looks much nicer ;-))
[-]Desktop:14186/35580/67263 Inbox:3/10/10 Trash:2/7/10 Drafts:0/0/3 Sent:0/9/348 [-]Emacsen:0/34/4837 Wanderlust ML:0/0/558 ELIPS ML:0/0/626 tm:0/0/821 XEmacs Beta:0/29/255 Mew:0/0/998 Mule-Win32:0/0/1491 fj's Emacsen:0/5/88
Each line means:
s key on the folder line updates these numbers. It changes its color if it has many new messages.
The whole folder mode is a folder group named `Desktop'. Folder group open/close by return key. A operation to a folder group is treated as operations on the children folders. For example, when you type s on `[-]Emacsen', six children folders update its unread number status.
To enter summary mode of the folder, type return (or space) key on
the folder line.
If the variable
wl-stay-folder-window has non-nil value,
summary window appears on the right of the folder mode window.
Folder mode's key binding (related to selecting folders) is following.
wl-subscribed-mailing-listis valid list). (
wl-summary-incorporate. If the cursor is on the folder group, it is executed recursively. (
t. If non-nil, unread information is saved and used in the next Wanderlust session.
nil. If non-nil, summary window is appeared on the right side of the folder buffer.
nil. If non-nil, use new frame for the folder window.
t, highlighting with various colors based on the message numbers. If it is
nil, highlighting with various colors based on the folder status. In addition, if it is a number (e.g. 1), highlighting will be done based on both the message numbers and the folder status.
nil. An alist of folder's realname and its nickname.
nil. Control automatic subscribing and unsubscribing of the children list of access groups. Each element is:
(regexp-of-access-folder . (subscribe-flag regexp-of-folders ...))If subscribe-flag is non-nil, folders which have name matched to regexp-of-folders are displayed. Otherwise, hidden. However, already unsubscribed folder is not displayed even when the subscribe-flag is non-nil. Multiple regexp-of-folders can be specified. Example:
'(("^-fj$" . (t "^-fj\\.\\(comp\\|editor\\|mail\\)" "^-fj\\.\\(net\\|news\\|os\\|rec\\)")) ("^-$" . (t "^-\\(fj\\|tnn\\|japan\\|gnu\\|comp\\)")) ("^\\+ml$" . (nil "^\\+ml$" "^\\+ml/tmp")))
("-" "-alt")A list of access groups which creates children folder list hierarchically. For example, if you specify
(setq wl-folder-hierarchy-access-folders '("-" "-alt" "-japan" "-comp" "-comp.unix"))such access group hierarchy is obtained.
[-]-:912/912/3011 [-]-fj:674/674/1314 -fj.comp.announce:0/0/2 -fj.comp.dev.cdrom:0/0/0 ... [+]-japan:238/238/1688 [-]-comp:0/0/4 [-]-comp.unix:0/0/0 -comp.unix.admin:0/0/0 -comp.unix.dos-under-unix:0/0/0 -comp.unix.programmer:0/0/0 [-]-comp.unix.bsd:0/0/23 -comp.unix.bsd.freebsd.announce:0/0/0 ...If you opened `-' in this example, only the direct children is created (`-fj', `-japan', `-tnn', ...). second hierarchy (`-fj.comp.announce', ..., `-comp.unix', ...) is not created until the children access group is opened.
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