Changes between Version 14 and Version 15 of Documentation/Windows/Writewindow


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May 4, 2014 2:11:07 PM (6 months ago)
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AmigaPhil
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Updated to YAM2.9

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    2828  `---------------------------------------------------------------------' 
    2929}}} 
    30   `Send now`     `Send later`        `Hold`         `Cancel` 
     30  `Send now`     `Send later`        `Save as draft`         `Cancel` 
    3131 
    3232These four buttons appear at the bottom of each sheet: 
     
    4444 
    4545 
    46 '''Hold''' 
    47      The message will be prepared as described in '''Send later''' and copied 
    48      to the Outgoing folder, but will be held back and NOT sent.  Use 
    49      this button for unfinished messages, e.g. if you'd like to make 
    50      some additions to the e-mail at a later time, and not risk them to 
    51      be sent out by mistake. 
     46'''Save as draft''' 
    5247 
    5348 
     
    6257== Message sheet == 
    6358 
    64 Above the large [[#FixEdit| text editor ]] area there are two header fields and a toolbar. 
    65  
     59Above the large [[#FixEdit| text editor ]] area there are three header fields and a toolbar. 
    6660 
    6761'''To''' 
     
    10599 
    106100            jdoe, boss@work.whyme.com 
     101 
     102'''Cc''' 
    107103 
    108104 
     
    163159 
    164160[[=#FixAttachmentSheet]] 
    165 == Attachment sheet == 
     161== Attachments sheet == 
    166162 
    167163You can add one or more files to your message.  This way you can send 
     
    182178     attachments to the list.  YAM recognizes over 20 filetypes 
    183179     automatically and will fill in the '''MIME type''' field accordingly. 
    184  
    185180 
    186181'''Pack & add''' 
     
    191186     window, under [[Configuration#FixMisc| Miscellaneous ]]. 
    192187 
    193  
    194 '''Delete''' 
     188'''Remove''' 
    195189     Removes the selected entries from the list. 
     190 
     191'''Rename''' 
    196192 
    197193 
     
    199195     Displays the selected entry using one of the programs contained in 
    200196     the MIME viewers list.  The program used by default is MultiView. 
    201  
    202  
    203 '''Encoding''' 
    204      For normal use you should encode your files using MIME 
    205      (Base64/QP).  YAM uses ''quoted printable'' encoding for text files and 
    206      ''Base64'' for binary files.  If the recipient isn't able to decode 
    207      messages in MIME format (because his mailer does not support 
    208      this), you can also ''UUencode'' the files.  Messages containing 
    209      UUencoded files are still in MIME '''multipart/mixed format''', but 
    210      those attachments can be extracted from the message using a 
    211      UUdecoder such as '''UUxT'''.  A message generated by YAM may contain 
    212      UUencoded attachments as well as attachments in Base64 format. 
    213  
    214197 
    215198'''MIME type''' 
     
    225208     Example:  image/gif 
    226209 
    227  
    228210'''Description''' 
    229211     Here you can enter a comment about the actual attachment. 
     
    234216== Options sheet == 
    235217 
    236 The items in the '''Options''' menu correspond to the buttons on this sheet. 
    237  
    238 The layout of this sheet is: 
    239 {{{ 
    240                     _________________________________________________ 
    241           Copies to|_______________________________________________|^| 
    242    Hidden copies to|_______________________________________________|^| 
    243                From|_______________________________________________|^| 
    244            Reply to|_______________________________________________|^| 
    245   Additional header|_________________________________________________| 
    246 }}} 
    247       `Send options`           ` Signature`            `Security` 
    248  
    249 === Header fields === 
    250  
    251 '''Copies to''' 
    252      The recipients listed here will receive a copy of the message. 
    253      See also the explanation about the '''To:''' field given for the 
    254      [[#FixMessageSheet| Message sheet ]]. 
    255  
    256  
    257 '''Hidden copies to''' 
    258      The recipients listed here will receive a copy of the message; 
    259      however, unlike the recipients listed in '''Copies to''', they won't 
    260      appear in the message headers.  This is useful if you want to 
    261      send someone a copy of a message without the other recipient(s) 
    262      knowing. 
    263  
    264  
    265 '''From''' 
    266      Pretty obvious, really!  YAM will fill this in with your address, 
    267      but you might want to change the way your real name appears. 
    268  
    269  
    270 '''Reply to''' 
    271      This setting is also valid only for the current message and will 
    272      be inserted instead of the usual "Reply-To:" address as specified 
    273      in the program settings.  Leave this blank unless it needs to be 
    274      different from the e-mail address in the "From:" header. 
    275  
     218The items in the [[Menus#FixWriteOptions|Options menu]] correspond to the buttons on this sheet. 
     219 
     220=== Options === 
    276221 
    277222'''Additional header''' 
     
    284229     Example:  Keywords: Amiga, YAM\nPassword: CuriosityKilledTheCat 
    285230 
     231'''Charset''' 
     232 
     233'''Importance''' 
     234     Specify here how important the message is for the recipient. 
     235     Messages noted as important will usually be displayed with an 
     236     exclamation mark in the status line and put into first place by 
     237     automatic mail sorting.  The level of importance is stored in 
     238     the '''Importance:''' header. 
     239 
     240'''Signature''' 
     241    Here you can replace the standard signature by one of the alternative 
     242    signatures, or switch it off completely for this message. 
     243 
     244'''PGP security level''' 
     245    Select here which security measures you want to take for this message. 
     246 
     247      none: Normal mail transfer.\\ 
     248      sign: The message will be signed with your PGP public key and saved in multipart/signed format.  The text of the message will be readable without PGP.\\ 
     249      encrypt: The message will be encrypted using the recipient's PGP key and saved in multipart/encrypted format.\\ 
     250      sign and encrypt: This is a combination of the two previous options, allowing the recipient to check the sender's identity.\\ 
     251      send anonymously: The mail will be sent using an ANON service, so the sender will stay anonymous.\\ 
     252      default: The mail will use whatever security measures have been selected for this recipient in the address book, or "none" if this recipient cannot be found there.\\ 
     253 
     254    Further information about PGP and security issues can be found in the 
     255    [[What is e-mail#FixPgp| PGP ]] and [[Configuration#FixSecurity| Configuration/Security ]] chapters. 
    286256 
    287257=== Send options === 
     
    292262     folder. 
    293263 
    294  
    295 '''Disposition Notification''' 
    296      Activate this option to request the recipient's e-mail program to 
    297      let you know about what the recipient did with your message, e.g. 
    298      if the message has been read by the recipient or if the recipient 
    299      has deleted or forwarded it.  Please note that there are only a 
    300      handful of e-mail programs which support this function, as well as 
    301      the fact that the recipient might forbid the sending of any status 
    302      report on e-mails.  Therefore, not getting any information even with 
    303      this option in use does not necessarily mean that the message has 
    304      not been read.  The command to send a status report is contained 
    305      in the '''Disposition-Notification-To:''' header field.  At the time of 
    306      writing this document, the Internet standard for Message Disposition 
    307      Notifications (MDN) was still being formulated. 
     264'''Return receipt''' 
    308265 
    309266 
     
    318275     the WWW address of a small photo of yourself in the "address book" 
    319276     section of the configuration. 
    320  
    321  
    322 '''Importance''' 
    323      Specify here how important the message is for the recipient. 
    324      Messages noted as important will usually be displayed with an 
    325      exclamation mark in the status line and put into first place by 
    326      automatic mail sorting.  The level of importance is stored in 
    327      the '''Importance:''' header. 
    328  
    329  
    330 === Signature === 
    331  
    332 Here you can replace the standard signature by one of the alternative 
    333 signatures, or switch it off completely for this message. 
    334  
    335  
    336 === Security === 
    337  
    338 Select here which security measures you want to take for this message. 
    339  
    340     none: Normal mail transfer.\\ 
    341     sign: The message will be signed with your PGP public key and saved in multipart/signed format.  The text of the message will be readable without PGP.\\ 
    342     encrypt: The message will be encrypted using the recipient's PGP key and saved in multipart/encrypted format.\\ 
    343     sign and encrypt: This is a combination of the two previous options, allowing the recipient to check the sender's identity.\\ 
    344     send anonymously: The mail will be sent using an ANON service, so the sender will stay anonymous.\\ 
    345     default: The mail will use whatever security measures have been selected for this recipient in the address book, or "none" if this recipient cannot be found there.\\ 
    346  
    347 Further information about PGP and security issues can be found in the 
    348 [[What is e-mail#FixPgp| PGP ]] and [[Configuration#FixSecurity| Configuration/Security ]] chapters. 
    349  
    350 [[=#FixGlossary]] 
    351 == Glossary == 
    352  
    353 YAM's Glossary acts as a place to collect blocks of text which you 
    354 may use fairly frequently, such as templates for letters, greeting 
    355 phrases or frequently asked questions.  The text can be as long as 
    356 desired, extending over several lines.  Using the '''Edit/Glossary''' menu 
    357 item or the <RAmiga-D> shortcut you can go straight from the 
    358 [[#FixEdit| internal editor ]] into the glossary.  Each entry has a name (e.g. "ys" 
    359 for "Yours sincerely") which you can see in the left-hand part of the 
    360 window.  Click on the name and you can edit the entry in the right-hand 
    361 side of the window.  A double click on the name pastes the text block at 
    362 the current cursor position and then closes the window. 
    363  
    364  
    365 === Function of the buttons === 
    366  
    367 '''New''' 
    368      Creates a new entry in the glossary. 
    369  
    370  
    371 '''Add selection''' 
    372      Creates a new entry in the glossary using the block marked in the 
    373      text editor.  If no block is currently marked, YAM will try to 
    374      paste the contents of the clipboard. 
    375  
    376  
    377 '''Delete''' 
    378      Deletes the selected entry from the glossary. 
    379  
    380  
    381 '''Paste''' 
    382      Pastes the highlighted entry into the text editor, at the current 
    383      cursor position.