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File Features.wiki

 
 Example:
 {{{
-    <a href="{% url postman_write %}?subject=details request&body=give me details about ...">ask for details</a>
+    <a href="{% url postman_write %}?subject=details request&body=give me details about ...">
+    ask for details
+    </a>
 }}}
 
 === Min/Max recipients ===
     class MyWriteForm(WriteForm):
         recipients = CommaSeparatedUserField(label="Recipients", channel='my_channel')
 }}}
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File Frequently_Asked_Questions.wiki

     Set the configuration option:
 
     {{{POSTMAN_AUTO_MODERATE_AS = True}}}
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 What is a message ? Roughly a piece of text, about a subject, sent by a sender to a recipient.
 Each user has access to a collection of messages, stored in folders:
 
-    * **{{{Inbox   }}}** for incoming messages
-    * **{{{Sent&nbsp;}}}** for sent messages
+    * **{{{Inbox}}}** for incoming messages
+    * **{{{Sent}}}** for sent messages
     * **{{{Archives}}}** for archived messages
-    * **{{{Trash   }}}** for messages marked as deleted
+    * **{{{Trash}}}** for messages marked as deleted
 
 In folders, messages can be presented in two modes:
 

File Management_Commands.wiki

 
 A management command is provided for this purpose:
 
-**django-admin.py postman_cleanup**
+**{{{django-admin.py postman_cleanup}}}**
 
 It can be run as a cronjob or directly.
 
 A management command to run a test suite on the messages currently in the database.
 It checks messages and threads for possible inconsistencies, in a read-only mode. No change is made on the data.
 
-**django-admin.py postman_checkup**
+**{{{django-admin.py postman_checkup}}}**
 
 It can be run directly or more profitably as a nightly cronjob.
+
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File Moderation.wiki

 # The message is rejected. The final reason is the comma separated collection of reasons
    related to moderators having returned a rating lesser than 50.
 
-
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+<-//[[Quick Start Guide|Previous]]// //[[Home]]// //[[Views|Next]]//->

File Quick_Start_Guide.wiki

 
 You may specify some additional configuration options in your {{{settings.py}}}:
 
-{{{POSTMAN_DISALLOW_ANONYMOUS}}}
+**{{{POSTMAN_DISALLOW_ANONYMOUS}}}**\\
     Set it to True if you do not allow visitors to write to users. That way, messaging is restricted to a User-to-User exchange.
 
     //Defaults to//: False.
 
-{{{POSTMAN_DISALLOW_MULTIRECIPIENTS}}}
+**{{{POSTMAN_DISALLOW_MULTIRECIPIENTS}}}**\\
     Set it to True if you do not allow more than one username in the recipient field.
 
     //Defaults to//: False.
 
-{{{POSTMAN_DISALLOW_COPIES_ON_REPLY}}}
+**{{{POSTMAN_DISALLOW_COPIES_ON_REPLY}}}**\\
     Set it to True if you do not allow additional recipients when replying.
 
     //Defaults to//: False.
     
-{{{POSTMAN_AUTO_MODERATE_AS}}}
+**{{{POSTMAN_AUTO_MODERATE_AS}}}**\\
     The default moderation status when no auto-moderation functions, if any, were decisive.
 
     * {{{True}}} to accept messages.
     * Set this option to True
     * Do not provide any auto-moderation functions
 
-{{{POSTMAN_NOTIFIER_APP}}}
+**{{{POSTMAN_NOTIFIER_APP}}}**\\
     A notifier application name, used in preference to the basic emailing, to notify users of their rejected or received messages.
 
     //Defaults to//: 'notification', as in django-notification.
     If you already have a notifier application with the default name in the installed applications
     but do not want it to be used by this application, set the option to None.
 
-{{{POSTMAN_MAILER_APP}}}
+**{{{POSTMAN_MAILER_APP}}}**\\
     An email application name, used in preference to the basic django.core.mail, to send emails.
 
     //Defaults to//: 'mailer', as in django-mailer.
     If you already have a mailer application with the default name in the installed applications
     but do not want it to be used by this application, set the option to None.
 
-{{{POSTMAN_AUTOCOMPLETER_APP}}}
+**{{{POSTMAN_AUTOCOMPLETER_APP}}}**\\
     An auto completer application specification, useful for recipient fields.
     To enable the feature, define a dictionary with these keys:
 
-    * 'name'
-        The name of the auto completer application.
+    * 'name'\\
+        The name of the auto completer application.\\
         Defaults to 'ajax_select'
-    * 'field'
-        The model class name.
+    * 'field'\\
+        The model class name.\\
         Defaults to 'AutoCompleteField'
-    * 'arg_name'
-        The name of the argument
+    * 'arg_name'\\
+        The name of the argument\\
         Defaults to 'channel'
-    * 'arg_default'
+    * 'arg_default'\\
         No default value. This is a mandatory default value, but you may supersede it in the field definition of a custom form or
         pass it in the url pattern definitions.
 
     //Defaults to//: an empty dictionary.
 
 ==== Templates ====
-
 A complete working set of templates is provided with the application.
 You may use it as it is with a CSS design of your own, reuse or extend some parts of it, or only view it as an example.
 
 {{{
     url(r'^messages/', include('postman.urls')),
 }}}
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File Tags_and_Filters.wiki

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         # ...
     )
 }}}
+
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