Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of Documentation/Quickstart


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Aug 15, 2012 9:51:15 PM (2 years ago)
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    8585    now, which means that the message has been sent successfully. 
    8686 
    87 10. When you double-click the message, the read window will open. 
    88     You should be able to recognize the text written by you. The lines 
    89     in the upper part of the message have been inserted by YAM and 
    90     contain data needed for mail transfer (the so-called "headers"). 
     8710. When you double-click the message, the read window will open. You should be able to recognize the text written by you. The lines in the upper part of the message have been inserted by YAM and contain data needed for mail transfer (the so-called "headers"). 
    9188 
    92 11. Since you've written the mail to yourself you should start looking 
    93     for new mail now.  Click the read window to the background or close 
    94     it, then click on the 'Get' button (sixth button from the right 
    95     hand side). 
     8911. Since you've written the mail to yourself you should start looking for new mail now.  Click the read window to the background or close it, then click on the 'Get' button (sixth button from the right hand side). 
    9690 
    97 12. The transfer status window you saw before opens again and you can 
    98     watch how YAM downloads your mail from the mail server.  Provided 
    99     that everything runs as it should, a requester will open up with 
    100     the message that you  have received new mail.  You can read the 
    101     mail in the 'Incoming' folder. 
     9112. The transfer status window you saw before opens again and you can watch how YAM downloads your mail from the mail server.  Provided that everything runs as it should, a requester will open up with the message that you  have received new mail.  You can read the mail in the 'Incoming' folder. 
    10292 
    10393If you've made it this far without major problems, you now know the