This is my wanderlust.el file to read kmail maildirs. You need to define every folder you want to read.
;; mode:-*-emacs-lisp-*- ;; wanderlust (setq elmo-maildir-folder-path "~/.kde/share/apps/kmail/mail" ;; where i store my mail wl-stay-folder-window t ;; show the folder pane (left) wl-folder-window-width 25 ;; toggle on/off with 'i' wl-smtp-posting-server "smtp.web.de" ;; put the smtp server here wl-local-domain "draketo.de" ;; put something here... wl-message-id-domain "web.de" ;; ...
wl-from "Arne Babenhauserheide
" ;; my From: ;; note: all below are dirs (Maildirs) under elmo-maildir-folder-path ;; the '.'-prefix is for marking them as maildirs wl-fcc ".sent-mail" ;; sent msgs go to the "sent"-folder wl-fcc-force-as-read t ;; mark sent messages as read wl-default-folder ".inbox" ;; my main inbox wl-draft-folder ".drafts" ;; store drafts in 'postponed' wl-trash-folder ".trash" ;; put trash in 'trash' wl-spam-folder ".gruppiert/Spam" ;; ...spam as well wl-queue-folder ".queue" ;; we don't use this ;; check this folder periodically, and update modeline wl-biff-check-folder-list '(".todo") ;; check every 180 seconds ;; (default: wl-biff-check-interval) ;; hide many fields from message buffers wl-message-ignored-field-list '("^.*:") wl-message-visible-field-list '("^\\(To\\|Cc\\):" "^Subject:" "^\\(From\\|Reply-To\\):" "^Organization:" "^Message-Id:" "^\\(Posted\\|Date\\):" ) wl-message-sort-field-list '("^From" "^Organization:" "^X-Attribution:" "^Subject" "^Date" "^To" "^Cc")) ; Encryption via GnuPG (require 'mailcrypt) (load-library "mailcrypt") ; provides "mc-setversion" (mc-setversion "gpg") ; for PGP 2.6 (default); also "5.0" and "gpg" (autoload 'mc-install-write-mode "mailcrypt" nil t) (autoload 'mc-install-read-mode "mailcrypt" nil t) (add-hook 'mail-mode-hook 'mc-install-write-mode) (add-hook 'wl-summary-mode-hook 'mc-install-read-mode) (add-hook 'wl-mail-setup-hook 'mc-install-write-mode) ;(setq mc-pgp-keydir "~/.gnupg") ;(setq mc-pgp-path "gpg") (setq mc-encrypt-for-me t) (setq mc-pgp-user-id "FE96C404") (defun mc-wl-verify-signature () (interactive) (save-window-excursion (wl-summary-jump-to-current-message) (mc-verify))) (defun mc-wl-decrypt-message () (interactive) (save-window-excursion (wl-summary-jump-to-current-message) (let ((inhibit-read-only t)) (mc-decrypt)))) (eval-after-load "mailcrypt" '(setq mc-modes-alist (append (quote ((wl-draft-mode (encrypt . mc-encrypt-message) (sign . mc-sign-message)) (wl-summary-mode (decrypt . mc-wl-decrypt-message) (verify . mc-wl-verify-signature)))) mc-modes-alist))) ; flowed text ;; Reading f=f (autoload 'fill-flowed "flow-fill") (add-hook 'mime-display-text/plain-hook (lambda () (when (string= "flowed" (cdr (assoc "format" (mime-content-type-parameters (mime-entity-content-type entity))))) (fill-flowed)))) ; writing f=f ;(mime-edit-insert-tag "text" "plain" "; format=flowed") (provide 'private-wanderlust)
I now use a ~/.folders file, to manage my non-kmail maildir subscriptions, too. It looks like this:
.sent-mail .~/.local/share/mail/mgl_spam "mgl spam" .~/.local/share/mail/to.arne_bab "to arne_bab" .inbox "inbox" .trash "Trash" ..gruppiert.directory/.inbox.directory/Freunde "Freunde" .drafts "Drafts" ..gruppiert.directory/.alt.directory/Posteingang-2011-09-18 "2011-09-18" .outbox
The mail in
~/.local/share/mail is fetched via fetchmail and procmail to have a really reliable mail fetching system which does not rely on a non-broken database or free space on the disk to keep working…
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