The Wanderlust package contains two module groups.
You can customize the behavior of Wanderlust by changing the value
of environmental variables which begins with
The minimal requirement for settings is as the following.
;; The setting to use SEMI (require 'mime-setup) ;; autoload configuration ;; (These are not required if Wanderlust is installed as XEmacs package) (autoload 'wl "wl" "Wanderlust" t) (autoload 'wl-draft "wl-draft" "Write draft with Wanderlust." t) ;; Directory where icons are placed. ;; Default: the peculiar value to the running version of Emacs. ;; (This is not required if the default value has been set properly) (setq wl-icon-directory "~/work/wl/etc") ;; SMTP server for mail posting. Default:
nil(setq wl-smtp-posting-server "your.smtp.example.com") ;; NNTP server for news posting. Default:
nil(setq wl-nntp-posting-server "your.nntp.example.com")
`~/.wl' is automatically loaded when Wanderlust starts up (if such a file exists). So it is convenient to gather Wanderlust specific settings in `~/.wl'. Settings for "face" must be written in `~/.wl', because you can't write them in `.emacs' (if you write it to `.emacs', you'll get an error). See section Highlights.
All above described settings except `(require 'mime-setup)' and autoload configuration can be written in `~/.wl').
If you write following setting in you `.emacs', you can
start Wanderlust draft mode by typing C-x m (
This means it enables you to run Wanderlust as a default mail composer
It is effective only when your Emacs can define
See section `Mail Methods' in The Emacs Editor.
(autoload 'wl-user-agent-compose "wl-draft" nil t) (if (boundp 'mail-user-agent) (setq mail-user-agent 'wl-user-agent)) (if (fboundp 'define-mail-user-agent) (define-mail-user-agent 'wl-user-agent 'wl-user-agent-compose 'wl-draft-send 'wl-draft-kill 'mail-send-hook))
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