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Welcome to mu4e 1.6.0.
mu4e (mu-for-emacs) is an e-mail client for GNU Emacs version 24.4 or higher, built on top of the mu1 e-mail search engine. mu4e is optimized for quickly processing large amounts of e-mail.
Some of its highlights:
In this manual, we go through the installation of mu4e, do some basic configuration and explain its daily use. We also show you how you can customize mu4e for your special needs.
At the end of the manual, there are some example configurations, to get you up to speed quickly: Example configs. There’s also a section with answers to frequently asked questions, FAQ.
|• Introduction||Where to begin|
|• Getting started||Setting things up|
|• Main view||The mu4e overview|
|• Headers view||Lists of message headers|
|• Message view||Viewing specific messages|
|• Editor view||Creating and editing messages|
|• Searching||Some more background on searching/queries‘|
|• Marking||Marking messages and performing actions|
|• Contexts||Defining contexts and switching between them|
|• Dynamic folders||Folders that change based on circumstances|
|• Actions||Defining and using custom actions|
|• Extending mu4e||Writing code for mu4e|
|• Old message view||The old way to view messages|
|• Other tools||mu4e and the rest of the world|
|• Example configs||Some examples to set you up quickly|
|• FAQ||Common questions and answers|
|• Tips and Tricks||Useful tips|
|• How it works||Some notes about the implementation of mu4e|
|• Debugging||How to debug problems in mu4e|
|• GNU Free Documentation License||The license of this manual|
that is, instead of folders, you use queries that match messages in a particular folder
currently, the only exception to this is sending mail; there are solutions for that though — see the FAQ