@@ 52,8 52,8 @@ view the thread by clicking the subject.
Your public profile page shows a feed of emails authored by you, as well as a
list of mailing lists you administrate. Like the dashboard, emails can be
replied to by clicking the authors name and you can view the thread by clicking
list of mailing lists you administrate. Like the dashboard, you can
reply to emails by clicking the authors name and view the thread by clicking
@@ 65,17 65,16 @@ the full thread.
## Search filters
List archives can be searched using the search bar at the top. Filters that can
be used include:
The search bar allows you to search list archives. Optional filters include:
- `from:` the author of the message. Use `me` to search for messages sent by
- `is:patch` only show messages that contain a patch
- `In-Reply-To:` show messages that are replies to a given message ID
- `message-id:` find message with a given message ID
- Other arbitrary mail headers can be used
- Other arbitrary mail headers
Search terms can be surrounded by double-quotes to return exact matches.
Surround search terms with double-quotes to return exact matches.
@@ 88,20 87,20 @@ To reply to a message, click the author's email address.
## Downloading messages
Additionally, messages in the thread can be downloaded in raw form, either
Additionally, you can download raw messages from each thread, either
individually or as a whole in an mbox format. This is useful for applying
submitted patches via `git am`/`hg import` among other uses.
Raw individual messages can be found by clicking on "Details" and following
Access raw individual messages by clicking on "Details" and following
the link there.
Mbox files can be downloaded by clicking on "Export thread (mbox)" on the
Access Mbox files by clicking on "Export thread (mbox)" in the
# List Administration
List access controls are available on your list settings, which can be accessed
with the "List settings" button on the list archive. The controls are
List access controls are available in your list settings, accessed
with the "List settings" button on the archive page. The controls are
fine-grained enough to support many access scenarios, here are some examples:
## Announcement lists