Changes between Version 2 and Version 3 of es:Documentation/Window addressbook


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    2  
    3 = Libreta de direcciones= 
    4  
    5    [[Menus#FixAddressbook| Barra de Menú ]] 
    6 {{{ 
    7   .----------------------------------------------------------------. 
    8   |                     Barra de Herramientas                      | 
    9   |________________________________________________________________| 
    10  
    11   .----------------------------------------------------------------. 
    12   | Alias    |     Nombre   |   Descripción   |       Dirección    | 
    13   |----------|--------------|-----------------|--------------------| 
    14   |js        | John Smith   | mate            | jsmith@example.com | 
    15   |          |              |                 |                    | 
    16   |          |              |                 |                    | 
    17   |          |              |                 |                    | 
    18   `----------------------------------------------------------------' 
    19 }}} 
    20  
    21 By default, the list displays four columns as above, but you can (of 
    22 course) change the [[Configuration#FixAddressbook| address book configuration ]] to include phone numbers, 
    23 for example.  You can click and drag the column dividers to reposition them. 
    24  
    25 Double click on an entry to see or edit the information in the 
    26 [[#FixEdit| Edit address ]] window.  In addition to the fields mentioned, you can 
    27 enter the postal address, PGP key, homepage URL, date of birth and a 
    28 picture. 
    29  
    30 An entry must contain at least the real name and some e-mail 
    31 address.  The point of the Alias is to save typing; you can put a short 
    32 nickname, or initials, into the '''To:''' field of an e-mail message and let 
    33 YAM fill in the details.  For this to work, the alias obviously has to 
    34 be unique for each entry. 
    35  
    36 In addition to personal entries, the address book can also contain 
    37 ''Lists ''of individual recipients which can be invoked with a single 
    38 alias.  Lists are best used for circular e-mails, and are marked with 
    39 the list symbol ([[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/status/status_group)]]). 
    40  
    41 Both individual entries and lists can be put into Groups, which are 
    42 like subdirectories, used to keep the address book clearly arranged. 
    43 Group names are displayed in bold.  You can open a group to display the 
    44 names in it by clicking on the little arrow in front of their name. 
    45  
    46 Utilice [[Windows#FixDrag| arrastrar & soltar ]] para mover cualquier entrada de un grupo a otro. 
    47  
    48 == Barra de Herramientas == 
    49  
    50 '''Salvar''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Save)]] 
    51      Guarda la libreta de direcciones en su disco duro. 
    52  
    53  
    54 '''Buscar''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Find)]] 
    55      Searches the address book for a specific text string.  All variables 
    56      contained in the database will be searched with full support of 
    57      [[Pattern matching| AmigaDOS patterns ]].  If the result of the search is positive the 
    58      alias and the name of the found entry will be displayed.  You can 
    59      then do another search or edit the found entry.  For example, 
    60  
    61             Anna#? 
    62  
    63      finds all Annas contained in the address book. 
    64  
    65  
    66 '''Persona''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_NewUser)]], '''List''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_NewList)]], '''Group''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_NewGroup)]] 
    67      All three buttons open the [[#FixEdit| Edit address ]] window to add a new entry 
    68      to the address book; however, the appearance of the window depends 
    69      on the type of entry, since the information stored is different. 
    70  
    71  
    72 '''Editar''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Edit)]] 
    73      This also opens the Edit address window, to see or edit the 
    74      information stored.  Again, the layout depends on the type of entry. 
    75  
    76  
    77 '''Borrar''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Delete)]] 
    78      Deletes the selected entry from the address book. 
    79  
    80  
    81 '''Imprimir''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_Print)]] 
    82      Prints the selected entry. 
    83  
    84  
    85 '''Desplegar''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_OpenTree)]] 
    86      Unfolds all groups (subdirectories) of the address book so all 
    87      entries will be visible. 
    88  
    89  
    90 '''Plegar''' [[Image(http://yam.ch/export/HEAD/trunk/resources/themes/default/toolbar/tb_CloseTree)]] 
    91      Folds all groups (subdirectories) of the address book so only the 
    92      entries at the top of the hierarchy will be visible. 
    93  
    94  
    95 '''Para:''' 
    96      Uses the selected entry as the primary recipient of a new e-mail. 
    97      If the address book window has been opened from the main window, 
    98      a new 'Write' window will appear. 
    99  
    100  
    101 '''CC:''' 
    102      Uses the selected entry as secondary recipient of a new e-mail. 
    103      If the address book window has been opened from the main window, 
    104      a new 'Write' window will appear. 
    105  
    106  
    107 '''CCO:''' 
    108      Uses the selected entry as recipient of a hidden copy of a new 
    109      e-mail.  If the address book window has been opened from the main 
    110      window, a new 'Write' window will appear. 
    111  
    112 [[=#FixEdit]] 
    113 == Introduciendo direcciones == 
    114  
    115 In this window a single address book entry can be edited.  According 
    116 to the kind of entry (person, list or group), you will see a different 
    117 set of editing fields.  Click [Okay] to accept the changes, or [Cancel] 
    118 if you change your mind. 
    119  
    120 === PERSONA === 
    121  
    122 ==== Correo electrónico ==== 
    123  
    124 '''Alias''' 
    125      An 'Alias' is a convenient short name that identifies the address 
    126      book entry unambiguously.  Its function is to save typing -- you can 
    127      put the alias into the "To:" field of a message, and YAM will fill 
    128      in the details when sending the message.  If you leave this field 
    129      blank, YAM will create an alias for the entry on its own. 
    130  
    131      Example:  JohnD 
    132  
    133  
    134 '''Real name''' 
    135      The person's first name and surname. 
    136  
    137      Example:  John Doe 
    138  
    139  
    140 '''Email address''' 
    141      The Internet mail address to use to send mail to this person. 
    142  
    143      Example:  jdoe@example.com 
    144  
    145  
    146 '''PGP key ID''' 
    147      The hexadecimal code of this person's PGP public key, needed to 
    148      send the recipient a PGP encrypted message.  Click the pop-up 
    149      button to select the key from your public keyring; PGP must be 
    150      installed on your system and the key you're looking for must be 
    151      there. 
    152  
    153      Example:  0x709B40C3 
    154  
    155  
    156 '''Homepage''' 
    157      The URL for the person's homepage in the World Wide Web.  YAM 
    158      can connect to this address via your browser, provided that the 
    159      appropriate script is specified in the [[Configuration#FixScripts| scripts ]] configuration 
    160      for 'When double clicking a URL' or you have '''OpenURL''' installed, 
    161      in which case the latter will get priority.  All you have to do 
    162      is to click on the button to the right of the textfield. 
    163  
    164      Example:  !http://come.to/mars 
    165  
    166  
    167 '''Security''' 
    168      The security level to use by default when sending email to this 
    169      person. 
    170  
    171  
    172 ==== Snail mail ==== 
    173  
    174 '''Street''' 
    175      Street and house number of the postal address. 
    176  
    177      Example:  43 High street 
    178  
    179  
    180 '''City / ZIP''' 
    181      City and (ZIP) postcode (who would have guessed that...). 
    182  
    183      Example:  Shrewsbury SY1 3PE 
    184  
    185  
    186 '''State / Country''' 
    187      State/Country where this person lives. 
    188  
    189      Example:  Shropshire, England 
    190  
    191  
    192 '''Phone number(s)''' 
    193      One or more phone numbers (voice, FAX, mobile phone, whatever...). 
    194  
    195  
    196 ==== Miscellaneous ==== 
    197  
    198 '''Description''' (applies to person, list or group) 
    199      Any comment you'd like to have stored to describe the current 
    200      entry. 
    201  
    202      Example:  My beloved one ;-) 
    203  
    204  
    205 '''Date of birth''' 
    206      The person's date of birth.  Enter it in the format DD-MMM-YYYY. 
    207  
    208      Example:  12-Dec-1967 
    209  
    210  
    211 ==== Portrait ==== 
    212  
    213 '''Select''' 
    214      Here you can select a picture (preferably a portrait) of the 
    215      person.  Since YAM uses the datatypes.library, you may use any 
    216      kind of picture format as long as you've installed the datatypes 
    217      needed for displaying it.  If you desire so, this picture will 
    218      show up whenever you display a message written by this person 
    219      (see 'Sender info' in the [[Configuration#FixRead| Read ]] configuration). 
    220  
    221  
    222 '''Download''' 
    223      You can find a steadily growing number of portraits of other 
    224      users of YAM on the YAM homepage.  YAM can access this data bank 
    225      automatically -- all you need to do is enter the name and/or the 
    226      e-mail address, connect to the Internet and click the '''Download''' 
    227      button.  YAM starts by getting a list of available photos and 
    228      searching it for the named person.  If found, any information 
    229      missing from the address book entry (Name, e-mail address and 
    230      homepage) will be made good and the picture downloaded and saved 
    231      in the gallery.  
    232  
    233 === LIST === 
    234  
    235 '''Alias''' 
    236      Same as described above. 
    237  
    238  
    239 '''Return address''' 
    240      If you'd like to maintain a small mailing list using a YAM 
    241      distribution list, you will have to correct the "Reply-To:" 
    242      addresses of the original messages, otherwise the answer to 
    243      an e-mail would be returned to the message's author and not 
    244      to the mailing list as you would probably want.  Enter here 
    245      the return address you'd like to use, or click the pop-up 
    246      button to open the address book window and then drag an entry 
    247      from there into this field. 
    248  
    249      Example:  discussion@example.net 
    250  
    251  
    252 '''Mailing list name''' 
    253      When maintaining a mailing list by using a YAM distribution list, 
    254      enter the mailing list's name here.  This name will appear in the 
    255      '''To:''' header field to help the recipient to sort the mail correctly 
    256      by using filters. 
    257  
    258      Example:  discussion-ML 
    259  
    260  
    261 '''Members''' 
    262      A list of all current members of the distribution list.  You may 
    263      enter aliases, names or complete e-mail addresses.  Click on [New] 
    264      to add a new list member, [Delete] to delete the highlighted entry 
    265      or [Sort] to have all entries sorted alphabetically. 
    266  
    267  
    268  
    269 === GRUPO === 
    270  
    271    Only the '''Alias''' and '''Description''' fields apply in this case.