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2.5 Basic configuration

Before we can start using mu4e, we need to tell emacs to load it. So, add to your ~/.emacs (or its moral equivalent, such as ~/.emacs.d/init.el) something like:

(require 'mu4e)

If emacs complains that it cannot find mu4e, check your load-path and make sure that mu4e’s installation directory is part of it. If not, you can add it:

(add-to-list 'load-path MU4E-PATH)

with MU4E-PATH replaced with the actual path.