On Mon, May 31 2021, David Bremner wrote:

> Tomi Ollila <tomi.oll...@iki.fi> writes:
>> I am for 'ripping the bandage off' and not configure mail-user-agent
>> outside of notmuch use (and just require 'notmuch would not set anything...)
>> Could we have some 'compose-mail' variant (different name, of course;
>> I had one in mind but then came off-by one problem... >;) which 
>> configures mail-user-agent just for that use (or something).
> Are you thinking about notmuch-mua-mail (which exists)?
> Tory, did you try the eval-after-load trick I mentioned btw? That seemed
> to work in my testing, and I'm just not sure that customizing a
> notmuch-* variable is much less annoying than adding an eval-after-load to
> reset the variable after notmuch messes with it.
> Still waiting for feedback from notmuch users that actually use M-x
> compose-mail or other similar generic entry points.

Does anyone know how compose-mail behaves when one has loaded any other
emacs mua (mh, vm, gnus, mu, ...) ?

> d

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