Customizable variables that have not been described yet:
t. If non-nil, you are asked for confirmation when Wanderlust terminates.
t. If non-nil, you are asked for confirmation when mail is sent.
(("^&.*$" . "all") ("^\\+draft$\\|^\\+queue$" . "all"))This is an associative list of regular expressions of folder names and update range of the summary. Update range is one of the `all', `update', `rescan', `rescan-noscore', `first' and `last'. If a folder do not match, `update' is used.
nil, the value of
wl-folder-sync-range-alistis used for updating the summary when you changed folders.
x-ctext. This is the MIME charset for messages that are not MIME (e.g. without `Content-Type:'). This value also used as default charset for summary. (If you want to share Summary on Nemacs and other Emacsen, set this value as
tfor XEmacs or Emacs 21 with icons).
elmo-imap4-disuse-server-flag-mailbox-regexpare not checked for the number of unread messages on the server, even if they matches this variable. The initial setting is
nil. If non-nil, the folder with the name of the value is checked for unread messages at the start. If it is
none, no folders are checked. If it is a list, all folders in the list are checked at the start.
("\\$.*")Folders with the name matching this variable are not checked for unread messages at the start, even if they are included in the groups in
nil. Folders with the name matching this variable are always checked for unread messages at the start, if they are included in the groups in
wl-auto-check-folder-name. This takes precedence over
("^/.*$")This is a list of regular expressions of folders not to be saved.
nil. This is a list of regular expressions of folders to be saved. This takes precedence over
(("^-alt\\.chinese" . big5) ("^-relcom\\." . koi8-r) ("^-tw\\." . big5) ("^-han\\." . euc-kr))This is an associative list of regular expressions of folder names and MIME charsets. If a folder do not match,
nil. This is a list of access groups to be loaded specifically at the start. If it is
nil. This is a list of access groups not to be loaded specifically at the start. It is ignored if
(("^-" . remove))This list determines disposition of messages with delete marks. Each item in the list is a folder and destination; you can specify any one of the following in the place of destination:
null: deletes the messages instantly. string : moves the messages to the specific folder.
trashor others : moves the messages to
(("^[-=]" . copy) (".*" . move))This list determines whether messages with re-file marks are moved or copied. Each item in the list is a cons cell of a folder and
xbm, (if possible) display selected image type logo.
tfor XEmacs with dbm). If non-nil, Message-ID is controlled by dbm.
elmo-passwd-alist-savesaves current passwords to the file.
nil, they are not cached.
nil. If non-nil, the number of article obtained by `list active' in NNTP are used as the maximum article number of the folder. Set this to
tif you are using for example INN 2.3 as an NNTP server, and if the number of read messages is not correct.
t. If non-nil, `listgroup' is used for checking the total number of articles. If it is
nil, `group' is used. In the latter case, the processing will be a little faster at the sacrifice of accuracy.
nil. If non-nil, POP3 commands are issued synchronously. Some implementation of POP3 server fails to get summary information without this setting. You may have to set this variable to
t, if the process hangs while looking up POP3.
t. If non-nil, you are asked for confirmation if accumulated off-line operations are executed.
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