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Shows Copyright Information for this program.
Shows copyright and version information for MUI ?.
Fetches information about the newest version of YAM from the YAM homepage. Make sure that you are online before calling this function. YAM then tells you whether there is an update for your version. The button [Visit Homepage] will then start an ARexx script which connects your browser to the YAM homepage.
Project/Show last message
Shows recent error messages.
Forces a "warm start" of YAM. You can use this to login in again using another username ?, for instance.
This switches the program to iconified mode. The icon will still show the status ? of those folders for whom the "AppIcon stats" has been activated in the folder settings ?; also, the periodic mail check and any ARexx ? scripts remain active. The appearance of the mailbox icons can be changed, if you want -- all you have to do is to put new files new.info, old.info, empty.info and check.info into YAM's /Icons directory.
Exit from YAM.
Creates a new folder and inserts it below the current one. If the folder directory already exists (e.g. a folder of another user), select "Existing directory". To create a new folder you can either use YAM's "Internal defaults" or copy the settings from the current folder ("Like current"). Now a configuration panel ? opens where you can modify the properties of the new folder.
Folder/New folder group...
Creates a new folder group and inserts it at the end of the folder list. Groups are useful to group your folders in categories, saving also precious state space in your folder list. Folders can also be nested, i.e. you can insert a group into another group.
Opens a configuration panel ? where you can modify the properties of the current folder. If a group is selected, only its name can be changed here.
Removes the current (user defined) folder, asking for confirmation first. When a group is deleted, its contents simply move one place up in the tree.
Folder/Order >> Save | Reset
Saves or restores the order of the folders in their list ?. This order is also saved when modifing the folder settings.
Opens the Search window ?, which allows you to find any particular message.
Applies the user defined filters to all messages in the current folder. Filters are of the form 'On query, take action', the options being defined in the configuration settings.
Folder/Apply Spam filter
Applies the Spam filter to all messages in the current folder.
Actually deletes the messages in the 'Trash' folder.
Scans the directory for the current folder and builds a new index file. Normally YAM updates the index file automatically, as needed. However it can be useful to force an index update after a crash or in the event of a problem.
Removes the indices of the user defined folders, which is helpful if you're low on memory. If you change to one of these folders at a later time, the index will be reloaded from the hard disk.
Allows the import of a mail file created by a different application. The file must be in standard MBOX mailbox format as generated by external mail server client programs like AmiPOP or IMAP clients. Such a file may contain several messages, which are identified by their "From:" and "Date:" headers.
Saves all the messages in the current folder to a single file, so that they can be read by a different e-mail client (see the previous option).
Folder/Send queued mail
Transmits all messages in the Outgoing mailbox (except for those which are on 'Hold').
First fetches new mail from your mail server and then sends the messages in the Outgoing mailbox. This simply combines the actions of 'Get new mail' and 'Send queued mail'.
Folder/Get new mail
Attempts to connect to the mail server, checks whether there is new mail waiting and if so downloads it into the 'Incoming' mailbox. If you have specified more than one POP3 account , those marked as "Active" will all be checked in turn.
Folder/Check single account
If you have set up several POP3 accounts, you can use this function to check any single account.
Loads the selected message into the Read window ?.
Allows you to edit a message you have composed earlier.
Allows you to duplicate a message. The copy is identical to the original apart from its filename on disk.
Moves one or more messages to the 'Deleted' folder (from which they can be recovered if needed). If you want messages actually to be deleted immediately, check "Remove messages immediately" in the Miscellaneous configuration settings. The <DEL> key works as a keyboard shortcut for this menu item, while <Shift-Del> forces immediate deletion from the hard disk, regardless of the configuration settings.
Sends the readable part (text and headers) of the message(s) to the printer.
Saves the text (and headers) of one or more messages, creating a separate file for each message. Should you want to save all the messages in the folder to a single file in mailbox (MBOX) format, use Folder/Export instead.
Message/Attachments >> Save
Saves the attached files from one or more messages in a directory you select.
Message/Attachments >> Crop
Deletes, without further warning, the MIME attachments from one or more messages, in order to save storage space. A notice about the deleted data is written into any message cropped in this way.
Saves one or more messages to a single file, so that they can be read by a different e-mail client (see also Folder/Import... ).
Opens the Write window ?, in which you can compose a new message.
Use this to reply to a message which someone has sent to you. Subject and recipient headers are filled in automatically and the original text is quoted. It is also possible to select several messages which will all be quoted in the same reply and sent back to the original senders (Multi-reply).
This lets you send the contents of an e-mail on to another recipient. The subject and the body text are copied across whereas a new message header is created. At the beginning and the end of the quoted text YAM inserts the phrases for forwarding, which you can define in the Reply settings in the configuration. You can also select multiple messages, in which case these are combined into a single forwarded message (Multi-forward).
This lets you send a message on to another recipient, with no visible changes at all. Only the To: field of the header is changed and a couple of Resent: fields are added; the phrases defined for forwarded messages are not used here.
Message/Select >> All | None | Toggle
Selects all the messages in the current folder, clears any selection or toggles the selection (i.e. exchanges selected and unselected items), respectively.
The address of the sender of the selected message (or the recipient's, depending on which type of mailbox is open) is added to your address book ?. If multiple messages are selected or if a message has several recipients, then you get the option of creating a new distribution list.
Message/Set status >> Marked | Unmarked | Read | Unread | Hold | Queued | Spam | No Spam | | All as Read
This changes the status of one or more messages. Thus you can release held messages in the Outgoing mailbox, mark unread messages as read or manually mark suspicious mails as spam.
This alters the subject of one or more messages, so you can amend irrelevant Subject: fields in messages you have received. To preserve the capability of tracing a thread back, the original subject is saved in the message headers as X-Original-Subject:.
Makes a connection to the mail server and transmits the selected messages. If you want to send all the messages in the Outgoing folder, then it is better to choose Folder/Send queued mail .
Lets you edit the entries in the address book ?.
Opens the configuration window , in which you can change YAM's settings.
Opens the users window ?, where you can add new users ("Multi-User").
Opens the settings window for MUI ?, where you can specify virtually all of the visual features of YAM, including fonts, palette, screen mode, background, borders, gadgets, keyboard shortcuts and so on. Please see the MUI documentation for more information. YAM utilises several MUI classes which were not in the original release of MUI. These MUI modules are:
NListviews: some of the lists in YAM, e.g. the message list
Options: colors, fonts, miscellaneous, scrollbars.
Toolbar: icon buttons in the YAM windows.
Options: labels, spacing, fonts.
TextEditor: internal editor as well as message display in the Read window
Options: fonts, colors, cursor, separator, keybindings, spell checker.
NListtree: structured lists: address book, folder list
Options: appearance of lines and group icons.
BetterString: general one-line text input field.
Options: font, palette, cursor.
Lets you select an ARexx ? script and run it.