wl-score-folder-alist specifies score files or variables in which
scores are defined, corresponding to folder names.
(setq wl-score-folder-alist '(("^-.*" "news.SCORE" "my.SCORE") (".*" "all.SCORE")))
If paths to the score files are omitted, the directory specified in the
wl-score-files-directory is assumed.
No matter what you write in
wl-score-folder-alist, the default
wl-score-default-file (`all.SCORE') is always
read (it does not have to exist).
Therefore, in the example above, the three score files,
`news.SCORE', `my.SCORE', and `all.SCORE' are read for
the folders that matches `^-.*'.
Scores are attached to the messages that are specified by
wl-summary-score-marks temporarily when the summary is updated;
when you exit from the summary, the scores are removed and reverts to
In the summary buffer, move to an appropriate message and type L. Then type s, s, and p at a prompt in a mini-buffer. The string in Subject is presented. Edit it and press RET.
This makes -1000 are scored for messages with the same `Subject:' as the string you entered. That is, such a score file is created automatically.
Then, try typing h and e in the same summary buffer. The score file you just made appears. This buffer is called score editing buffer thereafter. When you type C-c C-e in it, you are prompted in the mini-buffer as you are previously; type a. Then a score entry for "From" should be inserted. In this way, you can create a score file easily either in the summary buffer or in the score editing buffer.
By the way, you might be aware the numbers of key strokes are different
between s s p and a.
This is determined by
This variable specifies the default score entries corresponding to
For example, for "subject" field, a type and a time limit are prompted,
but for "from" field, they are fixed upon automatically as substring and
However, score values can be modified by the prefix argument.
Typing ? at the mini-buffer shows a help on keys and corresponding
headers and types.
At last, type C-c C-c in the score editing buffer. This saves the score file and terminates the edit mode. Typing C-c C-c after erasing contents of the buffer deletes the score file being edited.
You can change score files to which scores are appended by
If you add the same entries by
scores for the entry is summed up.
For example, if you create `from' entry with the score of -1000 by L a and again `from' with -200, one entry with the score of -1200 will be created as a result.
Creating `Thread' key by
wl-summary-lower-score appends `Message-ID' of all children.
Creating `Followup' key by
wl-summary-lower-score appends `Message-ID' of the message
at the cursor to `References' key.
wl-score-auto-make-followup-entry is non-nil,
`Message-ID' of all messages to be followed up within dates
nil. Messages with scores larger than this value are attached with the important mark (`$'). If
nil, no important marks are attached.
nil. Messages with scores larger than this value are attached with the target mark (`*'). If
nil, no target marks are attached.
nil. Messages with scores smaller than this value are deleted from the summary. If
nil, they are not deleted.
(list wl-summary-new-mark)Messages with these marks are scored.
nilin the score file. It is also used in
wl-summary-lower-score, on condition that the value of
t. If non-nil, it enables deletion of time-limited scores.
fuzzy, this specifies a regular expression to be deleted from the string. Because this is usually used for Subject, the default is prefixes that are attached by mailing list programs.
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