1.4 Becoming a mu4e user

If mu4e sounds like something for you, give it a shot! We’re trying hard to make it as easy as possible to set up and use; and while you can use elisp in various places to augment mu4e, a lot of knowledge about programming or elisp shouldn’t be required. The idea is to provide sensible defaults, and allow for customization.

When you take mu4e into use, it’s a good idea to subscribe to the mu/mu4e mailing list.

Sometimes, you might encounter some unexpected behavior while using mu4e, or have some idea on how it could work better. To report this, you can use the bug-tracker. Please always include the following information: