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Help: <acronym> was obsoleted by HTML5. Use <abbr>.

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<li>[%|helploc%]rules applying;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]description of the typical subscribers (their occupations, the projects they manage, their nationalities, etc.).[%END%]</li>
</ul>
<p class="retraitita">[%|helploc%]You can format your list description with <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</acronym> tags. Be careful: if your description is long, cut it with manual line breaks (ENTER key of your keyboard); otherwise, it might not be entirely visible in your browser window.[%END%]</p>
<p class="retraitita">[%|helploc%]You can format your list description with <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</abbr> tags. Be careful: if your description is long, cut it with manual line breaks (ENTER key of your keyboard); otherwise, it might not be entirely visible in your browser window.[%END%]</p>
<li>[%|helploc%]Click on the '<strong>Submit your creation request</strong>' button.[%END%]</li>
</ol>
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<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]typical messages sent to subscribers in particular occasions:[%END%]
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>welcome message</strong>: this message is the notice sent to people who just subscribed. You should write a charter for your list and add it in this welcome message. You can create a structured <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</acronym> message (reserved to the <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</acronym> format experts);[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>welcome message</strong>: this message is the notice sent to people who just subscribed. You should write a charter for your list and add it in this welcome message. You can create a structured <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</abbr> message (reserved to the <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</abbr> format experts);[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>unsubscribe message</strong>: this message is sent to people unsubscribing from the list;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>deletion message</strong>: this message is sent to people you unsubscribe from the list (DEL command), especially because their address caused bounces;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>remind message</strong>: this message is sent to subscribers as a personalized reminder when using the REMIND command. This command is essential to the good management of your list since many bounces are due to people whose current address is not their subscription address anymore, or even who forgot that they were subscribed to the list;[%END%]</li>
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<li>[%|helploc%]miscellaneous files:[%END%]
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>list description</strong>: the list description is sent by email in return to the INFO command. By default, it is also included in the welcome message (subscription notice). It is not the same as the list presentation page displayed on the mailing list web interface;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>list homepage</strong>: this description is available on the information page of the list. It can be in <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</acronym> format. Even though you do not use this format, use <code>&lt;br /&gt;</code> tags to indicate line breaks;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>message header</strong>: when available, it is added as a <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</acronym> attachment at the beginning of each message distributed to the list;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>message footer</strong>: when available, it is added as a <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</acronym> attachment at the end of each message distributed to the list.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>list homepage</strong>: this description is available on the information page of the list. It can be in <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</abbr> format. Even though you do not use this format, use <code>&lt;br /&gt;</code> tags to indicate line breaks;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>message header</strong>: when available, it is added as a <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</abbr> attachment at the beginning of each message distributed to the list;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>message footer</strong>: when available, it is added as a <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">MIME</abbr> attachment at the end of each message distributed to the list.[%END%]</li>
</ul>
</li>
</ul>
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</ul>
<p>[%|helploc%]The '<strong>Quota</strong>' input box allows you to define a <strong>maximum size not to be exceeded for the message archive</strong>. This size is expressed in kilobytes. List owners are notified when the archive size reaches 95&#160;% of the allowed size. When the maximum size is reached, later messages are not archived.[%END%]<br />
<p class="retraitita">[%|helploc%]Even though messages stop being archived, it is naturally still possible to send messages to the list.[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc(conf.email,domain)%]It is also possible to <strong>access the list archive by email</strong>, by sending <strong>%1@%2</strong> the following command: <span class="commande"><strong>GET nameofthelist year-month</strong></span> (example: <em class="example">GET list_example 2016-07</em>). Then you receive a compilation of all messages sent during the chosen month. This compilation is sent in plain text and contains <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</acronym> tags instead of the original formatting; it also involves full headers for each message. The '<strong>Text archives</strong>' parameter allows you to define:[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc(conf.email,domain)%]It is also possible to <strong>access the list archive by email</strong>, by sending <strong>%1@%2</strong> the following command: <span class="commande"><strong>GET nameofthelist year-month</strong></span> (example: <em class="example">GET list_example 2016-07</em>). Then you receive a compilation of all messages sent during the chosen month. This compilation is sent in plain text and contains <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</abbr> tags instead of the original formatting; it also involves full headers for each message. The '<strong>Text archives</strong>' parameter allows you to define:[%END%]</p>
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>who is allowed</strong> to receive the list message archive by email;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>how frequently these archive files will be created</strong>. For example, if the frequency is set to 'month', all messages distributed to the list in a month will be gathered in a single archive file.[%END%]</li>
</ul>
<p>[%|helploc%]If this parameter is not defined, the list will have no archive accessible by email. Be careful: <strong>only the listmasters have the power to change this parameter.</strong>[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]It is possible to send <strong>messages encrypted in <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">S/MIME</acronym></strong> to the list. The '<strong>Archive encrypted mails as cleartext</strong>' option allows you to define how those messages will be archived:[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]It is possible to send <strong>messages encrypted in <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions">S/MIME</abbr></strong> to the list. The '<strong>Archive encrypted mails as cleartext</strong>' option allows you to define how those messages will be archived:[%END%]</p>
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]The '<strong>Decrypted</strong>' option archives the message after removing the encryption.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]The '<strong>Original</strong>' option archives the message under its original encrypted form.[%END%]</li>
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<p><a name="charter"></a>[%|helploc%]You should <strong>write a charter for your list</strong> to define all the rules that apply to its use:[%END%]</p>
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]allowed, tolerated and forbidden topics;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]writing rules (for example to specify the languages in which the subscribers are to post, to ban "<acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Short Message Service">SMS</acronym> language", etc.);[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]writing rules (for example to specify the languages in which the subscribers are to post, to ban "<abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Short Message Service">SMS</abbr> language", etc.);[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]rules applying when sending messages (frequency, attachments, etc.);[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]liabilities of subscribers regarding the netiquette;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]rights and responsibilities of the subscribers;[%END%]</li>
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<p>[%|helploc%]This problem can have multiple reasons:[%END%]</p>
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>You are using another address</strong> than the one with which you are subscribed to the list.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>You are subscribed through a dynamic data source</strong> (examples: databases, <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Lightweight Directory Access Protocol">LDAP</acronym> directories, etc.) which does not allow you to unsubscribe. <a href="faq-user-contact.html">Contact the list owners</a> to know more about this.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>You are subscribed through a dynamic data source</strong> (examples: databases, <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Lightweight Directory Access Protocol">LDAP</abbr> directories, etc.) which does not allow you to unsubscribe. <a href="faq-user-contact.html">Contact the list owners</a> to know more about this.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>The list owners forgot to process your unsubscription request</strong>: to err is human, and your request might have been lost among many other messages! Resubmit your request before <a href="faq-user-contact.html">contacting list owners directly</a>.[%END%]</li>
</ul>
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<h2><i class="fa fa-question-circle"></i> [%|helploc%]User and admin FAQ[%END%]</h2>
<p>[%|helploc%]If you want to perform a particular task, take a look at the list of all <a href="introduction-features.html">available features</a> in the mailing list management software Sympa.[%END%]<br />
[%|helploc%]If you experience any problem, please refer to the <a href="faq-user.html">users <acronym title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</acronym></a> or to the <a href="faq-admin.html">administrators <acronym title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</acronym></a>.[%END%]</p>
[%|helploc%]If you experience any problem, please refer to the <a href="faq-user.html">users <abbr title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</abbr></a> or to the <a href="faq-admin.html">administrators <abbr title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</abbr></a>.[%END%]</p>
</div>
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</ul>
<p>[%|helploc%]If you want to perform a particular task, take a look at the list of all <a href="introduction-features.html">available features</a> in the mailing list management software Sympa.[%END%]<br />
[%|helploc%]If you experience any problem, please refer to the <a href="faq-user.html">users <acronym title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</acronym></a> or to the <a href="faq-admin.html">administrators <acronym title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</acronym></a>.[%END%]</p>
[%|helploc%]If you experience any problem, please refer to the <a href="faq-user.html">users <abbr title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</abbr></a> or to the <a href="faq-admin.html">administrators <abbr title="Frequently asked questions">FAQ</abbr></a>.[%END%]</p>
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</ul>
<h3>[%|helploc%]Interest of mailing lists[%END%]</h3>
<p>[%|helploc%]People subscribe to a mailing list (sometimes abbreviated in <acronym title="Mailing List">ML</acronym>) to <strong>be informed about a particular topic</strong> and to <strong>take part in exchanges about it</strong>. Examples are:[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]People subscribe to a mailing list (sometimes abbreviated in <abbr title="Mailing List">ML</abbr>) to <strong>be informed about a particular topic</strong> and to <strong>take part in exchanges about it</strong>. Examples are:[%END%]</p>
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]mailing list for all the employees of a company;[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]mailing list reserved to the participants in a project;[%END%]</li>
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<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]If the document is a <strong>folder</strong>, you can only <strong>describe</strong> it or <strong>rename</strong> it.[%END%]<br />
<p class="retraitita">[%|helploc%]The description of a document is visible in the upper left corner when editing it. The description of folders is also visible there when browsing the folder.[%END%]</p></li>
<li>[%|helploc%]If the document is a <strong>bookmark</strong>, you can also <strong>change the <acronym title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</acronym> specified</strong>.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]If the document is a <strong>bookmark</strong>, you can also <strong>change the <abbr title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</abbr> specified</strong>.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]If the document is a <strong>file</strong>, you can also <strong>replace the existing file with a file of your choice</strong>. To do that, <strong>click on the 'Browse' button</strong> below the 'Replace the file nameofthefile with your file' text and <strong>choose the file</strong> you want to publish; after selecting it, click on the 'Open' button. Your file path then displays in the input box close to the 'Browse' button. <strong>Click on the 'Publish' button</strong>.[%END%]<br />
<p class="retraitita">[%|helploc%]Whatever the name of the new file, the file published on the list will keep its original name. If you want the file replacement to be followed by a change of name, you will also have to rename the file published on the list.[%END%]</p></li>
<li>[%|helploc%]Last, if the document is a <strong>plain text file</strong>, you can <strong>change its content online</strong>: <strong>enter or paste the text</strong> you want to put in your file in the 'Edit the file /nameofthefile' text area, and then <strong>click on the 'Publish' button</strong>.[%END%]</li>
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<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>Browse the folder in which you want to publish your bookmark</strong>. Create a new folder if necessary.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>Switch to expert mode</strong>.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]In the <strong>'title' field</strong>, enter a <strong>descriptive name</strong> for the website to be linked through the bookmark.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]In the <strong>'<acronym title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</acronym>' field</strong>, enter or paste the website's <strong><acronym title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</acronym></strong>.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]In the <strong>'<abbr title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</abbr>' field</strong>, enter or paste the website's <strong><abbr title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</abbr></strong>.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]Click on the <strong>'Add'</strong> button.[%END%]</li>
</ol>
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<p>[%|helploc%]The authentication process varies according to your personal situation:[%END%]</p>
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>If the organization offering the mailing list service uses single sign-on technology</strong> (unique account and unique authentication, for example through the <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Central Authentication Service">CAS</acronym> system), you will preferably log on with your unique account. To do that, click on the 'Go' button next to the text '<strong>Authentication [name of the system used]</strong>'. Then, type in your login and password to log on to the authentication server.[%END%]<br />
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>If the organization offering the mailing list service uses single sign-on technology</strong> (unique account and unique authentication, for example through the <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Central Authentication Service">CAS</abbr> system), you will preferably log on with your unique account. To do that, click on the 'Go' button next to the text '<strong>Authentication [name of the system used]</strong>'. Then, type in your login and password to log on to the authentication server.[%END%]<br />
<p class="retraitita">[%|helploc%]If you have already logged on to another service using the unique authentication system, your authentication is automatic. Refresh page if necessary.[%END%]</p>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>If the unique authentication process does not apply to you but you are already subscribed to lists</strong>, then you have been granted a list password (displayed in the list Charter you got when you subscribed to the list). In this case, log on through the classic method: enter the <strong>email address with which you subscribed to the list</strong> as a login and your <strong>list password</strong> in the 'Password' field.[%END%]<br />
<p class="retraitita">[%|helploc%]If you do not remember your list password, click on 'Lost password?'. Then enter your email address and password. Shortly afterward you will receive an email with a validation link.[%END%]</p></li>
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<p>[%|helploc%]<strong>Always use descriptive subjects for your messages</strong>. On some lists, typical subjects for messages are even predefined and it is compulsory to "tag" messages using one of them (examples of typical objects: <em class="example">[summary]</em>, <em class="example">[urgent]</em>, <em class="example">[administrative]</em>, <em class="example">[question]</em>, etc.).[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]<strong>Some kinds of messages are not welcome</strong> on mailing lists: advertisement, spamming, commercial messages, virus warnings, test messages, political or religious messages, hoaxes, flaming, privacy invasions, messages damaging, misleading or in any way defamatory, harassing, offensive, abusive, infringing, racist, obscene or profane, promoting discrimination, violence or hatred for any reason, contrary to good morals, or more generally illegal.[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]<strong>Unconstructive and mean-spirited messages</strong> (example: remarks about spelling mistakes) <strong>and other personal attacks towards other contributors are either not welcome</strong> on lists. If you really need to tell unpleasant or offensive things to someone, you had better do it in a private message... On most of the mailing lists, <strong>it is also frowned on to feed the <em class="altralingua">trolls</em></strong> (topics or posts deliberately incorrect, intended to provoke readers).[%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]<strong>Generally, a list uses only one language</strong> for the exchanges between contributors. Respect this rule even though you are not a native speaker of the language used. <strong>Also try to respect the elementary rules of grammar and spelling</strong>, ban "<acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Short Message Service">SMS</acronym> language" and <strong>proofread yourself</strong> before posting your message![%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]<strong>Generally, a list uses only one language</strong> for the exchanges between contributors. Respect this rule even though you are not a native speaker of the language used. <strong>Also try to respect the elementary rules of grammar and spelling</strong>, ban "<abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Short Message Service">SMS</abbr> language" and <strong>proofread yourself</strong> before posting your message![%END%]</p>
<p>[%|helploc%]When sending a message, <strong>you may want to add one or several attachments</strong>. However, be careful to respect a few elementary rules:[%END%]</p>
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>Make sure that attachments are accepted</strong> on the list to which you send your message.[%END%]</li>
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<li><a name="deliverymode"></a><[%|helploc%]strong>Choose a message delivery mode</strong> (those options are mutually exclusive, thus you can not select several of them):[%END%]
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>digest MIME format</strong>: instead of receiving the list messages in a normal manner, you will get a digest of them on a regular basis. This digest compiles a group of messages from the list, using multipart/digest <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension">MIME</acronym> format. The digest frequency is set up by the list owner.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>digest MIME format</strong>: instead of receiving the list messages in a normal manner, you will get a digest of them on a regular basis. This digest compiles a group of messages from the list, using multipart/digest <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="Multipurpose Internet Mail Extension">MIME</abbr> format. The digest frequency is set up by the list owner.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>digest plain text format</strong>: instead of receiving the list messages in a normal manner, you will get a digest of them on a regular basis. This digest compiles a group of messages from the list, using plain text format. The digest frequency is set up by the list owner.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>summary mode</strong>: instead of receiving the list messages in a normal manner, you will get a list of them on a regular basis. To read the messages, you will need to browse the online list archive.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>notice mode</strong>: with this mode, you will receive all the messages with a blank body: this way you are informed of every message sent to the list real time, without risk of flooding your inbox.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>no mail (useful for vacations)</strong>: this mode makes it possible not to receive the messages of the list. It is especially useful when you have no access to your email for a long time and want to remain subscribed to the list nevertheless.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>text only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the text version (text/plain) of messages sent in both formats (plain text and <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</acronym>).[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>HTML only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</acronym> version (text/html) of messages sent in both formats.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>urlize mode</strong>: this mode allows you not to receive attached documents. However these documents are available in the list archive and you can access them through a <acronym title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</acronym> provided in the message.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>text only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the text version (text/plain) of messages sent in both formats (plain text and <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</abbr>).[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>HTML only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</abbr> version (text/html) of messages sent in both formats.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>urlize mode</strong>: this mode allows you not to receive attached documents. However these documents are available in the list archive and you can access them through a <abbr title="Uniform Resource Locator" lang="en" xml:lang="en">URL</abbr> provided in the message.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>you do not receive your own posts</strong>: this mode allows you not to receive a copy of your own messages.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>standard (direct reception)</strong>: this mode is the default delivery mode; it cancels any other delivery mode.[%END%]</li>
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<li>[%|helploc%]<strong>If you send several commands</strong>, leave the subject line of your email blank and type all the commands in the email body. <strong>Be careful</strong>: Sympa will not process your message unless you respect the following rules:[%END%]
<ul>
<li>[%|helploc%]Write every command on a new line.[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]Send your message in plain text, not in <acronym lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</acronym> (no formatting).[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]Send your message in plain text, not in <abbr lang="en" xml:lang="en" title="HyperText Markup Language">HTML</abbr> (no formatting).[%END%]</li>
<li>[%|helploc%]Your message can not contain anything else than Sympa commands (no signature block).[%END%]</li>
</ul></li>
</ul>
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"this welcome message. You can create a structured <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</acronym> "
"message (reserved to the <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title="
"\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</acronym> format experts);"
"this welcome message. You can create a structured <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</abbr> "
"message (reserved to the <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title="
"\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</abbr> format experts);"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin.tt2:86
......@@ -429,25 +429,25 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin.tt2:97
msgid ""
"<strong>list homepage</strong>: this description is available on the "
"information page of the list. It can be in <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</acronym> format. Even though "
"information page of the list. It can be in <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</abbr> format. Even though "
"you do not use this format, use <code>&lt;br /&gt;</code> tags to indicate "
"line breaks;"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin.tt2:98
msgid ""
"<strong>message header</strong>: when available, it is added as a <acronym "
"<strong>message header</strong>: when available, it is added as a <abbr "
"lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions"
"\">MIME</acronym> attachment at the beginning of each message distributed to "
"\">MIME</abbr> attachment at the beginning of each message distributed to "
"the list;"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin.tt2:99
msgid ""
"<strong>message footer</strong>: when available, it is added as a <acronym "
"<strong>message footer</strong>: when available, it is added as a <abbr "
"lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions"
"\">MIME</acronym> attachment at the end of each message distributed to the "
"\">MIME</abbr> attachment at the end of each message distributed to the "
"list."
msgstr ""
......@@ -1083,8 +1083,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin.tt2:246
msgid ""
"writing rules (for example to specify the languages in which the subscribers "
"are to post, to ban \"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Short "
"Message Service\">SMS</acronym> language\", etc.);"
"are to post, to ban \"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Short "
"Message Service\">SMS</abbr> language\", etc.);"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin.tt2:247
......@@ -1828,8 +1828,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_faquser.tt2:67
msgid ""
"<strong>You are subscribed through a dynamic data source</strong> (examples: "
"databases, <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Lightweight "
"Directory Access Protocol\">LDAP</acronym> directories, etc.) which does not "
"databases, <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Lightweight "
"Directory Access Protocol\">LDAP</abbr> directories, etc.) which does not "
"allow you to unsubscribe. <a href=\"#contactadmin\">Contact the list owners</"
"a> to know more about this."
msgstr ""
......@@ -1901,8 +1901,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_introduction.tt2:14
msgid ""
"People subscribe to a mailing list (sometimes abbreviated in <acronym title="
"\"Mailing List\">ML</acronym>) to <strong>be informed about a particular "
"People subscribe to a mailing list (sometimes abbreviated in <abbr title="
"\"Mailing List\">ML</abbr>) to <strong>be informed about a particular "
"topic</strong> and to <strong>take part in exchanges about it</strong>. "
"Examples are:"
msgstr ""
......@@ -2871,8 +2871,8 @@ msgid ""
"\"><strong>GET nameofthelist year-month</strong></span> (example: <em class="
"\"example\">GET list_example 2016-07</em>). Then you receive a compilation "
"of all messages sent during the chosen month. This compilation is sent in "
"plain text and contains <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title="
"\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</acronym> tags instead of the original "
"plain text and contains <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title="
"\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</abbr> tags instead of the original "
"formatting; it also involves full headers for each message. The "
"'<strong>Text archives</strong>' parameter allows you to define:"
msgstr ""
......@@ -2898,9 +2898,9 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_listconfig.tt2:146
msgid ""
"It is possible to send <strong>messages encrypted in <acronym lang=\"en\" "
"It is possible to send <strong>messages encrypted in <abbr lang=\"en\" "
"xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">S/"
"MIME</acronym></strong> to the list. The '<strong>Archive encrypted mails as "
"MIME</abbr></strong> to the list. The '<strong>Archive encrypted mails as "
"cleartext</strong>' option allows you to define how those messages will be "
"archived:"
msgstr ""
......@@ -3442,8 +3442,8 @@ msgid ""
"<strong>Generally, a list uses only one language</strong> for the exchanges "
"between contributors. Respect this rule even though you are not a native "
"speaker of the language used. <strong>Also try to respect the elementary "
"rules of grammar and spelling</strong>, ban \"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang="
"\"en\" title=\"Short Message Service\">SMS</acronym> language\" and "
"rules of grammar and spelling</strong>, ban \"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang="
"\"en\" title=\"Short Message Service\">SMS</abbr> language\" and "
"<strong>proofread yourself</strong> before posting your message!"
msgstr ""
......@@ -3744,10 +3744,10 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared.tt2:79
msgid ""
"In the <strong>'<acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\">URL</acronym>' field</strong>, enter or paste the website's "
"<strong><acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</acronym></strong>."
"In the <strong>'<abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\">URL</abbr>' field</strong>, enter or paste the website's "
"<strong><abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</abbr></strong>."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared.tt2:80
......@@ -3931,8 +3931,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared.tt2:129
msgid ""
"If the document is a <strong>bookmark</strong>, you can also <strong>change "
"the <acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</acronym> specified</strong>."
"the <abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</abbr> specified</strong>."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared.tt2:130
......@@ -4173,8 +4173,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user.tt2:18
msgid ""
"Send your message in plain text, not in <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" "
"title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</acronym> (no formatting)."
"Send your message in plain text, not in <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" "
"title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</abbr> (no formatting)."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user.tt2:19
......@@ -4347,8 +4347,8 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"<strong>If the organization offering the mailing list service uses single "
"sign-on technology</strong> (unique account and unique authentication, for "
"example through the <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Central "
"Authentication Service\">CAS</acronym> system), you will preferably log on "
"example through the <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Central "
"Authentication Service\">CAS</abbr> system), you will preferably log on "
"with your unique account. To do that, click on the 'Go' button next to the "
"text '<strong>Authentication [name of the system used]</strong>'. Then, type "
"in your login and password to log on to the authentication server."
......@@ -4783,8 +4783,8 @@ msgid ""
"<strong>digest MIME format</strong>: instead of receiving the list messages "
"in a normal manner, you will get a digest of them on a regular basis. This "
"digest compiles a group of messages from the list, using multipart/digest "
"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail "
"Extension\">MIME</acronym> format. The digest frequency is set up by the "
"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail "
"Extension\">MIME</abbr> format. The digest frequency is set up by the "
"list owner."
msgstr ""
......@@ -4822,23 +4822,23 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"<strong>text only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the "
"text version (text/plain) of messages sent in both formats (plain text and "
"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language"
"\">HTML</acronym>)."
"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language"
"\">HTML</abbr>)."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user_options.tt2:15
msgid ""
"<strong>HTML only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the "
"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language"
"\">HTML</acronym> version (text/html) of messages sent in both formats."
"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language"
"\">HTML</abbr> version (text/html) of messages sent in both formats."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user_options.tt2:16
msgid ""
"<strong>urlize mode</strong>: this mode allows you not to receive attached "
"documents. However these documents are available in the list archive and you "
"can access them through a <acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang="
"\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\">URL</acronym> provided in the message."
"can access them through a <abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang="
"\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\">URL</abbr> provided in the message."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user_options.tt2:17
......
......@@ -297,9 +297,9 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-createlist.tt2:24
msgid ""
"You can format your list description with <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</acronym> tags. Be careful: if "
"your description is long, cut it with manual line breaks (ENTER key of your "
"You can format your list description with <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" "
"title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</abbr> tags. Be careful: if your "
"description is long, cut it with manual line breaks (ENTER key of your "
"keyboard); otherwise, it might not be entirely visible in your browser "
"window."
msgstr ""
......@@ -443,10 +443,10 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"<strong>welcome message</strong>: this message is the notice sent to people "
"who just subscribed. You should write a charter for your list and add it in "
"this welcome message. You can create a structured <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</acronym> "
"message (reserved to the <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title="
"\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</acronym> format experts);"
"this welcome message. You can create a structured <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang="
"\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</abbr> message "
"(reserved to the <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose "
"Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</abbr> format experts);"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-editfile.tt2:7
......@@ -504,26 +504,24 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-editfile.tt2:18
msgid ""
"<strong>list homepage</strong>: this description is available on the "
"information page of the list. It can be in <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</acronym> format. Even though "
"you do not use this format, use <code>&lt;br /&gt;</code> tags to indicate "
"line breaks;"
"information page of the list. It can be in <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" "
"title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</abbr> format. Even though you do "
"not use this format, use <code>&lt;br /&gt;</code> tags to indicate line "
"breaks;"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-editfile.tt2:19
msgid ""
"<strong>message header</strong>: when available, it is added as a <acronym "
"lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions"
"\">MIME</acronym> attachment at the beginning of each message distributed to "
"the list;"
"<strong>message header</strong>: when available, it is added as a <abbr lang="
"\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</"
"abbr> attachment at the beginning of each message distributed to the list;"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-editfile.tt2:20
msgid ""
"<strong>message footer</strong>: when available, it is added as a <acronym "
"lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions"
"\">MIME</acronym> attachment at the end of each message distributed to the "
"list."
"<strong>message footer</strong>: when available, it is added as a <abbr lang="
"\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">MIME</"
"abbr> attachment at the end of each message distributed to the list."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-editfile.tt2:24
......@@ -608,10 +606,10 @@ msgid ""
"\"><strong>GET nameofthelist year-month</strong></span> (example: <em class="
"\"example\">GET list_example 2016-07</em>). Then you receive a compilation "
"of all messages sent during the chosen month. This compilation is sent in "
"plain text and contains <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title="
"\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</acronym> tags instead of the original "
"formatting; it also involves full headers for each message. The "
"'<strong>Text archives</strong>' parameter allows you to define:"
"plain text and contains <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText "
"Markup Language\">HTML</abbr> tags instead of the original formatting; it "
"also involves full headers for each message. The '<strong>Text archives</"
"strong>' parameter allows you to define:"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-editlist-archives.tt2:16
......@@ -635,9 +633,9 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-editlist-archives.tt2:20
msgid ""
"It is possible to send <strong>messages encrypted in <acronym lang=\"en\" "
"xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">S/"
"MIME</acronym></strong> to the list. The '<strong>Archive encrypted mails as "
"It is possible to send <strong>messages encrypted in <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\" title=\"Secure/Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions\">S/MIME</"
"abbr></strong> to the list. The '<strong>Archive encrypted mails as "
"cleartext</strong>' option allows you to define how those messages will be "
"archived:"
msgstr ""
......@@ -1631,8 +1629,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-rules.tt2:7
msgid ""
"writing rules (for example to specify the languages in which the subscribers "
"are to post, to ban \"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Short "
"Message Service\">SMS</acronym> language\", etc.);"
"are to post, to ban \"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Short "
"Message Service\">SMS</abbr> language\", etc.);"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_admin-rules.tt2:8
......@@ -2691,10 +2689,10 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_faq-user.tt2:80
msgid ""
"<strong>You are subscribed through a dynamic data source</strong> (examples: "
"databases, <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Lightweight "
"Directory Access Protocol\">LDAP</acronym> directories, etc.) which does not "
"allow you to unsubscribe. <a href=\"faq-user-contact.html\">Contact the list "
"owners</a> to know more about this."
"databases, <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Lightweight Directory "
"Access Protocol\">LDAP</abbr> directories, etc.) which does not allow you to "
"unsubscribe. <a href=\"faq-user-contact.html\">Contact the list owners</a> "
"to know more about this."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_faq-user.tt2:81
......@@ -2719,9 +2717,9 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_faq.tt2:7 default/web_tt2/help_index.tt2:11
msgid ""
"If you experience any problem, please refer to the <a href=\"faq-user.html"
"\">users <acronym title=\"Frequently asked questions\">FAQ</acronym></a> or "
"to the <a href=\"faq-admin.html\">administrators <acronym title=\"Frequently "
"asked questions\">FAQ</acronym></a>."
"\">users <abbr title=\"Frequently asked questions\">FAQ</abbr></a> or to the "
"<a href=\"faq-admin.html\">administrators <abbr title=\"Frequently asked "
"questions\">FAQ</abbr></a>."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_index.tt2:1
......@@ -3106,10 +3104,10 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_introduction.tt2:14
msgid ""
"People subscribe to a mailing list (sometimes abbreviated in <acronym title="
"\"Mailing List\">ML</acronym>) to <strong>be informed about a particular "
"topic</strong> and to <strong>take part in exchanges about it</strong>. "
"Examples are:"
"People subscribe to a mailing list (sometimes abbreviated in <abbr title="
"\"Mailing List\">ML</abbr>) to <strong>be informed about a particular topic</"
"strong> and to <strong>take part in exchanges about it</strong>. Examples "
"are:"
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_introduction.tt2:16
......@@ -3324,8 +3322,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared-edit.tt2:31
msgid ""
"If the document is a <strong>bookmark</strong>, you can also <strong>change "
"the <acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</acronym> specified</strong>."
"the <abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</abbr> specified</strong>."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared-edit.tt2:32
......@@ -3600,10 +3598,10 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared-upload.tt2:33
msgid ""
"In the <strong>'<acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\">URL</acronym>' field</strong>, enter or paste the website's "
"<strong><acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</acronym></strong>."
"In the <strong>'<abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:"
"lang=\"en\">URL</abbr>' field</strong>, enter or paste the website's "
"<strong><abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\">URL</abbr></strong>."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_shared-upload.tt2:34
......@@ -3795,11 +3793,11 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"<strong>If the organization offering the mailing list service uses single "
"sign-on technology</strong> (unique account and unique authentication, for "
"example through the <acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Central "
"Authentication Service\">CAS</acronym> system), you will preferably log on "
"with your unique account. To do that, click on the 'Go' button next to the "
"text '<strong>Authentication [name of the system used]</strong>'. Then, type "
"in your login and password to log on to the authentication server."
"example through the <abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Central "
"Authentication Service\">CAS</abbr> system), you will preferably log on with "
"your unique account. To do that, click on the 'Go' button next to the text "
"'<strong>Authentication [name of the system used]</strong>'. Then, type in "
"your login and password to log on to the authentication server."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user-authweb.tt2:7
......@@ -4186,8 +4184,8 @@ msgid ""
"<strong>Generally, a list uses only one language</strong> for the exchanges "
"between contributors. Respect this rule even though you are not a native "
"speaker of the language used. <strong>Also try to respect the elementary "
"rules of grammar and spelling</strong>, ban \"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang="
"\"en\" title=\"Short Message Service\">SMS</acronym> language\" and "
"rules of grammar and spelling</strong>, ban \"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en"
"\" title=\"Short Message Service\">SMS</abbr> language\" and "
"<strong>proofread yourself</strong> before posting your message!"
msgstr ""
......@@ -4415,9 +4413,9 @@ msgid ""
"<strong>digest MIME format</strong>: instead of receiving the list messages "
"in a normal manner, you will get a digest of them on a regular basis. This "
"digest compiles a group of messages from the list, using multipart/digest "
"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail "
"Extension\">MIME</acronym> format. The digest frequency is set up by the "
"list owner."
"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"Multipurpose Internet Mail "
"Extension\">MIME</abbr> format. The digest frequency is set up by the list "
"owner."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user-suboptions.tt2:11
......@@ -4454,23 +4452,23 @@ msgstr ""
msgid ""
"<strong>text only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the "
"text version (text/plain) of messages sent in both formats (plain text and "
"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language"
"\">HTML</acronym>)."
"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</"
"abbr>)."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user-suboptions.tt2:16
msgid ""
"<strong>HTML only mode</strong>: this mode allows you to receive only the "
"<acronym lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language"
"\">HTML</acronym> version (text/html) of messages sent in both formats."
"<abbr lang=\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\" title=\"HyperText Markup Language\">HTML</"
"abbr> version (text/html) of messages sent in both formats."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user-suboptions.tt2:17
msgid ""
"<strong>urlize mode</strong>: this mode allows you not to receive attached "
"documents. However these documents are available in the list archive and you "
"can access them through a <acronym title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang="
"\"en\" xml:lang=\"en\">URL</acronym> provided in the message."
"can access them through a <abbr title=\"Uniform Resource Locator\" lang=\"en"
"\" xml:lang=\"en\">URL</abbr> provided in the message."
msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user-suboptions.tt2:18
......@@ -4752,8 +4750,8 @@ msgstr ""
#: default/web_tt2/help_user.tt2:18