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    3 = Preferencias de Carpeta =
    4 
    5 Apart from the standard 'Incoming', 'Outgoing', 'Sent' and 'Deleted'
    6 folders, you can create any number of additional folders.  These folders
    7 are useful e.g. for archiving received and/or sent mail, or for
    8 administrating mailing lists.
    9 
    10 Whenever you create a new folder or edit one that already exists, a
    11 settings window will open with the following options:
    12 
    13 
    14 '''Name'''
    15      The name of the folder will appear in the folder listing in the
    16      main window.
    17 
    18      Example:  YAM mailing list
    19 
    20 
    21 '''Path'''
    22      This is the path in which the messages, the '''.fconfig''' file and the
    23      '''.index''' file of the actual folder will be saved.  Usually this is a
    24      subdirectory of the actual basic folder directory, but you can
    25      specify any other place, like another hard disk partition for
    26      example.
    27 
    28      Example:  YAM_ml
    29 
    30 
    31 '''Max. age'''
    32      If you like, you can make YAM delete messages exceeding a certain
    33      age automatically.  To do so, just drag the slider to select a
    34      value different from zero (which stands for the maximum age of the
    35      mail, in '''days''').  Then switch to the 'Start/Quit' configuration
    36      sheet and activate the option 'Delete old mail'.
    37 
    38      '''NOTE:''' Messages with the status 'new' or 'unread' will not be
    39      deleted automatically.
    40 
    41 
    42 '''Type'''
    43      Here you choose if the folder is for incoming and/or sent mail.
    44      This influences the column titles and whose address is displayed
    45      in the message list.
    46 
    47 
    48 '''Mode'''
    49      Folders can be protected with a password and/or be compressed if
    50      necessary.  There are the following modes available:
    51 {{{
    52      normal                    no password protection, no compression
    53                                + fast
    54                                - no protection of your e-mail from third persons
    55                                  with access to your computer
    56 
    57      simple protection         simple password protection, no compression
    58                                + fast
    59                                - your e-mails are protected within YAM only
    60 
    61      compressed                XPK compression without password protection
    62                                + saves hard disk space
    63                                - slow, no protection for your e-mail
    64 
    65      compressed with password  XPK compression with password protection
    66                                + saves hard disk space, good protection
    67                                - slow
    68 }}}
    69      The XPK software package is needed for compressing.  It is not
    70      contained in the YAM archive, but can be downloaded e.g. from
    71      Aminet for free.  The settings for the compression library can be
    72      found at [[Configuration#FixMisc| Miscellaneous ]].
    73 
    74 
    75 '''Sort by'''
    76      Here the primary order of the messages in the chosen folder is
    77      specified.  You can have the mail sorted by message date, date
    78      sent/received, sender, recipient, subject, size or status.
    79      Concerning the message status, the messages will be sorted in
    80      the following orders:
    81 
    82        new > unread > read > replied > forwarded (for incoming mail)\\
    83        error sending > hold > in queue > sent (for outgoing mail)\\
    84 
    85      Additionally, several flags are also taken into account:
    86 
    87        1 important\\
    88        2 marked\\
    89        3 PGP encrypted\\
    90        4 PGP signed\\
    91        5 status report\\
    92        6 contains attachments\\
    93 
    94      With the option 'Rev', the order will be reversed (e.g. Z-A
    95      instead of A-Z).
    96 
    97 
    98 '''Then by'''
    99      Here the secondary order of the messages in the chosen folder is
    100      specified.  If for example mails are sorted by subject on a first
    101      instance, messages with the same subject can be sorted by date or
    102      author using this second key.
    103 
    104 
    105 '''AppIcon stats'''
    106      Enable this if you want this folder's statistics to be added to
    107      those shown in the application icon that YAM usually puts on the
    108      Workbench screen.  By default, only the stats for the 'Incoming'
    109      folder are noted there.
    110 
    111      Exactly what data appears under the appicon depends on the label
    112      set in the [[Configuration#FixMisc| Miscellaneous settings ]].
    113 
    114 
    115 '''Mailing list support'''
    116      Since not all mailing list servers set the "Reply-To:" field to the
    117      correct address (which would be the mailing list address), YAM can
    118      help you to work around this problem, offering also some other
    119      nice tricks for a good measure.
    120 
    121      When you reply to a mail contained in this folder, YAM checks if
    122      the data in the "To:" field of the original message is matched by
    123      the contents of the '''To: pattern''' field -- if they do, the address
    124      entered in the '''To: address''' field will be inserted as the recipient
    125      instead of the recipient's address contained in the original
    126      message.
    127 
    128      Additionally, if you have entered a '''From: address''', this will
    129      replace your e-mail address when posting to the mailing list.
    130      This is useful if you use different e-mail addresses for different
    131      mailing lists, or just want to avoid SPAM.
    132 
    133      You can also enter a '''Reply-To: address''' in case the mailing list
    134      software doesn't set this.
    135 
    136      The '''Autodetect''' button will try to guess what '''To: pattern''' and
    137      '''To: address''' data should be used by scanning the first 5 messages
    138      in the folder using the Smith&Waterman algorithm to search for
    139      similarities between strings.  This should make it easier to find
    140      the correct mailing list pattern.
    141 
    142      Lastly, you can select the signature that will be used by default
    143      when replying or posting new messages to this mailing list.
    144 
    145      Examples on how to use the mailing list support settings are given
    146      in the [[Tips & tricks| Tips & tricks ]] chapter.