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     1[[TranslatedPages]] 
     2 
     3= The main window = 
     4 
     5YAM's main window is laid out as shown: 
     6 
     7 
     8   Menu bar: [[Menus#FixMainProject| Project ]] [[Menus#FixMainEdit| Edit ]] [[Menus#FixMainNavigation| Navigation ]] [[Menus#FixMainFolder| Folder ]] [[Menus#FixMainMessage| Message ]] [[Menus#FixMainSettings| Settings ]] [[Menus#FixMainScripts| Scripts ]] [[Menus#FixMainHelp| Help ]] 
     9 
     10  
     11  ||||              Toolbar                                  || 
     12  ||||                       Status bar                       || 
     13  ||                 ||                                      || 
     14  ||                 ||          Message list               || 
     15  ||  Folder list   ||                                      || 
     16  ||                 ||      This shows the contents         || 
     17  ||                 ||      of the selected folder          || 
     18  ||                 ||-------------------------------------------|| 
     19  ||                 ||       Embedded read pane             || 
     20  ||                 ||       Shows the contents of the      || 
     21  ||                 ||       currently selected mail        || 
     22  ||                 ||                                      || 
     23 
     24=== Main window – Folder list === 
     25The following six standard 'mailbox' folders are always present: 
     26 
     27'''Incoming''' 
     28     This mailbox holds new messages addressed to you.  Whenever 
     29     you download new mail, this is where the new messages will go 
     30     initially.  You can, however, redistribute incoming messages 
     31     to other folders, as desired, using [[co03| filters ]]. 
     32 
     33'''Outgoing''' 
     34     This mailbox holds the messages which you have written and which 
     35     you intend to transmit the next time you go online. 
     36 
     37'''Sent''' 
     38     Here you can see the messages which you have already sent. 
     39     Messages are moved to this box (from 'Outgoing') when they are 
     40     actually transmitted.  Again, you can use [[co03| filters ]] to transfer 
     41     sent messages to other folders. 
     42 
     43'''Trash''' 
     44     This box contains messages marked for deletion.  Normally messages 
     45     are not actually deleted from the hard disk until you quit YAM. 
     46     This allows you to recover messages deleted earlier in the session. 
     47 
     48'''Drafts''' 
     49 
     50'''Spam''' 
     51 
     52Using the [[Menus#FixMainFolder| folder menu ]] you can create more folders to hold messages 
     53which you have received and/or sent, so you can arrange the mails in 
     54whatever way you like, including arranging them in groups. 
     55 
     56The folder list can have upto five columns: Name of the folder, 
     57number of messages (in total, new or unread) as well as the size of 
     58the folder.  Which of these columns are actually shown depends on how 
     59you set up [[Configuration#FixLists| lists ]] in the configuration; you can also use the context 
     60menu (click RMB on the column headings) to have some columns temporary 
     61enabled or disabled.  The column widths can be adjusted by using the 
     62mouse to drag the thin lines separating the column headings in the 
     63folder list itself.  The order of the columns can be modified by 
     64dragging the column headings sideways. 
     65 
     66The folders themselves can be rearranged by [[drag| Drag&Drop ]]. 
     67 
     68If the name of the folder is shown in white, this means that the box 
     69contains new or unread mail.  When the numerical indication is missing, 
     70this shows that the folder has not been scanned, which saves storage 
     71space. 
     72 
     73The coloring of folder groups is special: they always appear in white, 
     74as in "Personal".  If a folder in a group contains new or unread mail, 
     75the name of the group will show up as bold, as in "'''Personal'''". 
     76 
     77If you "park" the mouse pointer over the list for some seconds, a 
     78help bubble containing information about the current folder pops up. 
     79 
     80To see the contents of any particular folder, click on that row in the 
     81folder list.  The message list appears at the right, maybe after a slight 
     82pause. 
     83 
     84You can also use the numeric keys 0..9 to change the current folder 
     85to one of the first 10 folders in the list ('0' for the first folder, 
     86'1' for the second, etc.).  If the key you press applies to the current 
     87folder, the message list will be refreshed instead. 
     88 
     89Double-clicking an entry in the list opens the [[fo_w| configuration window ]] 
     90where you can edit the properties of the selected folder or group. 
     91 
     92=== Main window – Message list === 
     93The message list can have upto eight columns, the contents being 
     94set in the [[Configuration#FixLists| lists ]] configuration.  You can also use the context menu 
     95(click RMB on the column headings) to have some columns temporary enabled 
     96or disabled. 
     97 
     98'''Message status''' 
     99     One or more icons showing the status of the message. 
     100[[=#FixStatus]] 
     101 ||   Message status            ||    Icon     || 
     102 ||||------------------------------------------------------------------------|| 
     103 ||New messages                  ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_new)]]|| 
     104 ||||  New, unread message downloaded the last time mail was collected.|| 
     105 |||||| 
     106 ||Unread messages               ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_unread)]]|| 
     107 ||||  Messages which have not yet been read.|| 
     108 |||||| 
     109 ||Read messages                 ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_old)]]|| 
     110 ||||  Messages which have already been read.|| 
     111 |||||| 
     112 ||Answered messages             ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_reply)]]|| 
     113 ||||  Messages which have already been answered.|| 
     114 |||||| 
     115 ||Forwarded messages            ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_forward)]]|| 
     116 ||||  Messages which have been forwarded to a third party.|| 
     117 |||||| 
     118 ||Unsent messages               ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_waitsend)]]|| 
     119 ||||  Messages in 'Outgoing', ready to send.|| 
     120 |||||| 
     121 ||Held messages                 ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_hold)]]|| 
     122 ||||  Messages in 'Outgoing' which need further work before sending.|| 
     123 |||||| 
     124 ||Sent messages                 ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_sent)]]|| 
     125 ||||  Messages which have already been sent.|| 
     126 |||||| 
     127 ||Failed messages               ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_error)]]|| 
     128 ||||  Messages which failed, due to an error encountered in transmission.|| 
     129 |||||| 
     130 ||Messages with attachment(s)   ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_attach)]]|| 
     131 ||||  Messages with one or more files attached.|| 
     132 |||||| 
     133 ||Locked messages               ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_crypt)]]|| 
     134 ||||  Messages which have been encrypted with PGP.|| 
     135 |||||| 
     136 ||Signed messages               ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_signed)]]|| 
     137 ||||  Messages which have been signed with PGP.|| 
     138 |||||| 
     139 ||Status report                 ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_report)]]|| 
     140 ||||  Automatic reply from the mail server or the recipient's mail program.|| 
     141 |||||| 
     142 ||Important message             ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_urgent)]]|| 
     143 ||||  Message noted as important by the sender.|| 
     144 |||||| 
     145 ||Marked messages               ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_mark)]]|| 
     146 ||||  Messages which have been locally "marked" for some reason.|| 
     147 |||||| 
     148 ||Spam                               ||[[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_spam)]]|| 
     149 ||||  Messages marked as spam.|| 
     150 
     151'''Sender/Recipient''' 
     152     E-mail address or, in this case, the name of the sender or 
     153     recipient of the message, depending on the type of mailbox.  If 
     154     the message was sent to several people at the same time, a little 
     155     icon appears in front of the name, showing three tiny heads. 
     156     [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_group)]] 
     157 
     158'''Subject''' 
     159     Subject of the message.  When the messages are sorted according 
     160     to the subject, the prefixes Re: and AW: are ignored. 
     161 
     162'''Date''' 
     163     The date the message was written, calculated according to the 
     164     local time (for you).  For this to work, both you and the sender 
     165     must have set your correct [[co00| timezone ]], and the system date and 
     166     time must be correct on both ends. 
     167 
     168'''Filename''' 
     169     Name of the file containing the message. 
     170 
     171'''Reply address''' 
     172     Contents of the "Reply-To:" header in the message.  If this is 
     173     missing, then the sender's address is given (the "From:" header). 
     174 
     175'''Size''' 
     176     Size of the message. 
     177 
     178'''Date sent/received''' 
     179     The date the message was sent or received, depending on the type 
     180     of mailbox.  Again, for this to work properly, both you and the 
     181     sender must have set your correct [[co00| timezone ]], and the system 
     182     date and time must be correct on both ends. 
     183 
     184 
     185The column widths can be adjusted by using the mouse to drag the 
     186thin lines separating the column headings in the message list itself. 
     187The order of the columns can be modified by dragging the column headings 
     188sideways. 
     189 
     190A little arrow in the one of the column headings shows how the 
     191messages are sorted.  One click on a column heading causes the messages 
     192to be sorted according to this property.  A second click on the same 
     193heading reverses the order of sorting (Z->A instead of A->Z).  To set 
     194the second sort key, keep the Shift key pressed while clicking on the 
     195column heading.  These changes are only temporary; if you want to make 
     196them permanent you must do this in the [[fo_w| folder settings ]] window. 
     197 
     198If you "park" the mouse pointer over the list for some seconds, a 
     199help bubble containing information about the current message pops up. 
     200 
     201A double click on an entry in the list opens a [[re_w| Read window ]] and 
     202displays the corresponding message.  You can use the mouse to move 
     203messages to another folder.  Click on an entry and drag down (holding 
     204the left mouse button) to mark a block of messages.  Then click and 
     205[[drag| drag ]] the marked block to the left, into the folder list, and drop it 
     206onto the chosen folder. 
     207 
     208=== Main window – Toolbar === 
     209The toolbar gives you easy access the most frequently used functions. 
     210 
     211   || 1 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Read_S)]]|| 2 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Edit_S)]]|| 3 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Move_S)]]|| 4 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Delete_S)]]|| 5 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_GetAddr_S)]]||  || 6 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_NewMail_S)]]|| 7 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Reply_S)]]|| 8 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Forward_S)]]||  || 9 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_GetMail_S)]]||10 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_SendAll_S)]]||  ||11 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Spam_S)]]||12 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Filter_S)]]||13 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Find_S)]]||14 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_AddrBook_S)]]||15 [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Config_S)]]|| 
     212 
     213The table shows the equivalences between buttons (position and 
     214label), keyboard shortcuts and menu commands.  You can choose whether 
     215to show icons, labels or both on the buttons: see [[mam4| Settings/MUI ]]. 
     216 
     217 
     218 ||     Button   ||   Shortcut  ||  Equivalent to menu...  || 
     219 ||||||-----------------------------------------------------------------------|| 
     220 || 1   [Read]      ||D,<return>  ||[[mam3| Message/Read ]]|| 
     221 || 2   [Edit]      ||E           ||[[mam3| Message/Edit ]]|| 
     222 || 3   [Move]      ||V           ||[[mam3| Message/Move... ]]|| 
     223 || 4   [Delete]    ||L,<del>     ||[[mam3| Message/Delete ]]|| 
     224 || 5   [GetAdd]    ||T           ||[[mam3| Message/Save Address... ]]|| 
     225 || || || || 
     226 || 6   [New]       ||N           ||[[mam3| Message/Write ]]|| 
     227 || 7   [Reply]     ||R           ||[[mam3| Message/Reply... ]]|| 
     228 || 8   [Forward]   ||W           ||[[mam3| Message/Forward... ]]|| 
     229 || || || || 
     230 || 9   [Get]       ||G           ||[[mam2| Folder/Get new mail ]]|| 
     231 || 10   [Send]      ||S           ||[[mam2| Folder/Send queued mail ]]|| 
     232 || || || || 
     233 || 11   [Spam]      ||A           ||[[mam2| Folder/Apply Spam filter ]]|| 
     234 || 12   [Filter]    ||I           ||[[mam2| Folder/Filter ]]|| 
     235 || 13   [Find]      ||F           ||[[mam2| Folder/Search... ]]|| 
     236 || 14   [Addr]      ||A           ||[[mam4| Settings/Address book... ]]|| 
     237 || 15   [Config]    ||C           ||[[mam4| Settings/Configuration... ]]|| 
     238 
     239 
     240Additional features are available by clicking a toolbar button while 
     241holding down a certain qualifier key: 
     242 
     243 Shift + [Delete]    Immediately deletes the messages\\ 
     244 Shift + [Reply]     Forces a private reply (address in the "From:" field is used)\\ 
     245 Shift + [Forward]   Bounces the message\\ 
     246 Shift + [Get]       Starts a mail exchange\\ 
     247 Shift + [Filter]    Filters the active message(s) only\\ 
     248 Alt   + [Reply]     Forces a mailing list reply (address in the "Reply-To:" field is used)\\ 
     249 Ctrl  + [Reply]     Omits quoting of the original message\\ 
     250 Ctrl  + [Forward]   Omits forwarding of the attachments\\