Wanderlust is a mail / news management system with IMAP4rev1 support for Emacs.
It integrates with BBDB (CategoryBbdb), supports MIME, can handle integrating with mailcrypt (cvs version) (WanderLustEncryption). MIME and PGP/MIME is handled via SEMI (SemiIsEmacsMimeInterface).
Wanderlust is free and open source software.
- Implementation in elisp only.
- Support of IMAP4rev1, NNTP, POP(POP3/APOP), MH and Maildir.
- Integrated access to messages based on Folder Specifications like Mew.
- Key bindings and mark processing like Mew.
- Management of threads and unread messages.
- Folder mode to select and edit subscribed folders.
- Message cache, Disconnected Operation.
- MH-like Fcc (Fcc: %Backup is possible).
- Full support of MIME (by SEMI).
- Draft editing of mail and news as a same interface.
- Icon based interface for the list of Folder (XEmacs and Emacs 21).
- Skip fetching of a large message part of MIME(IMAP4).
- Server side searching (IMAP4), internationalized searching is available.
- Virtual folder.
- Compressed folder.
- Automatic expiration of old messages.
- Automatic refiling.
- Draft templates.
Developer: Yuuichi Teranishi and contributors
License: GNU General Public License either version 2, or (at your option) any later version
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