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                           Majordomo format files

Majordomo uses formatting files to allow the output of Majordomo commands
to be customized according to the interface, and potentially the language,
used by the person making the request.

Formatting files are templates that support keyword variable substitutions.
See "help variables" for more information on the use of keyword variables.

At present, there are four interfaces supported:  text, wwwadm,
wwwconfirm, and wwwusr.  The text formatting is used for responses to
requests from e-mail messages and the mj_shell program.  The wwwadm,
wwwconfirm, wwwusr formatting is used by the WWW CGI programs.  Most
format files are not supported by all four interfaces;  the interfaces
are listed in parentheses at the beginning of the description for each
file.

It is possible to retrieve any of these files using the get command,
according to the interface name.  For example, to retrieve the 
configshow_categories file for the wwwadm interface, use the command
  get-edit GLOBAL /format/wwwadm/configshow_categories

The get-edit command wraps the file in a "put" command to make editing
and replacing the file easier.  Note that the format files are stored in
a directory that is used by all domains at this site.  If you use the
put command to improve a format file, you will actually be creating a
copy of the file that is stored within a file space that is specific to
one list in one domain.  See "help admin_domain" for a details about how
domains are managed by Majordomo.

The directories that hold revised files are not created automatically;
it may be necessary for you to create them with the "put-dir" command
before you edit any format files.  See "help put" and "help index" for
more information.


accept
------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays a summary of the result
when a "consult" token is accepted.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DATE, 
 FAIL, MODE, NOTIFIED, REQUESTER, SESSIONID, STALL, SUCCEED, TOKEN, 
 USER, VICTIM)


accept_error
------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the accept
command fails entirely, or when an individual token which has been 
accepted fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, TOKEN, USER)


accept_foot
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the end of the
results when a non-"consult" token is accepted.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DATE, 
 MODE, NOTIFIED, REQUESTER, SESSIONID, TOKEN, USER, VICTIM)


accept_head
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at before the results
when a non-"consult" token is accepted.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DATE, 
 MODE, NOTIFIED, REQUESTER, SESSIONID, TOKEN, USER, VICTIM)


accept_stall
------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when an individual 
token which has been accepted requires further approval.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, TOKEN, USER)


alias
-----
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the alias command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER, VICTIM)


alias_error
-----------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the alias command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER, VICTIM)


announce
--------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the announce
command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, FILE, USER)


announce_error
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the announce
command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, FILE, USER)


archive_attachment
------------------
(ALL)  This file displays summary information
about any message body part which is not plain text, a container type
(such as multipart/mixed) or an image.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES, BYTE, 
 BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE_NEXT, 
 DATE_PREV, FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, PART, 
 QUOTED, REFS, SIZE, SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, SUBPART, 
 THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_container
-----------------
(ALL)  This file displays summary information 
about a message body part which is a container type (such as
multipart/related).

(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES, BYTE, 
 BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE_NEXT, 
 DATE_PREV, FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, 
 PART, QUOTED, REFS, SIZE, SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, 
 SUBPART, THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_edit_foot
-----------------
(ALL)  This file displays the closing tags to
allow a message body part or its headers to be edited and replaced.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, 
 MSGNO, PART, SIZE, USER, VICTIM)


archive_edit_head
-----------------
(ALL)  This file displays a command line or HTML
form that allows a message body part or its headers to be edited and
replaced.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, 
 MSGNO, PART, SIZE, USER, VICTIM)


archive_error
-------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the archive 
command fails or stalls.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, TOTAL_POSTS, USER,
 VICTIM)


archive_foot
------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the bottom 
of the output of the archive-index command.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM )


archive_get
-----------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the archive-get command is used
to mail messages from the archive.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MESSAGECOUNT, TOTAL_POSTS,
 USER, VICTIM)


archive_get_digest
------------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the archive-get command is used
to mail messages from the archive in one or more digests.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MESSAGECOUNT, TOTAL_POSTS, USER,
 VICTIM)


archive_get_foot
----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the bottom of the output
of the archive-get or archive-delete command.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_get_head
----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the top of the output
of the archive-get or archive-delete command.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_head
------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the top of the output
of the archive-index command.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_header
--------------
(ALL)  This file displays basic message headers,
such as From, Subject, and Date.
 
(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES, BYTE, 
 BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE_NEXT, 
 DATE_PREV, FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, 
 PART, QUOTED, REFS, SIZE, SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, 
 SUBPART, THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM, and others)


archive_image
-------------
(ALL)  This file displays summary information about
an image attachment to a posted message.  In the WWW interfaces, the 
image is displayed inline.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES, BYTE, 
 BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE_NEXT, 
 DATE_PREV, FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, PART, 
 QUOTED, REFS, SIZE, SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, SUBPART, 
 THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_index
-------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed for each message in the
result of the archive-index command.

(standard plus BODY_LINES, BYTE, BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, DATE, 
 FROM, HIDDEN, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, QUOTED, REFS, SIZE, SPLIT, SUBJECT, 
 TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_msg_foot
----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the end of a group
of messages when the archive-get-immediate command is used.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES,
 BYTE, BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, DATE_NEXT, DATE_PREV, 
 FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, QUOTED, REFS, SIZE,
 SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV,
 TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_msg_head
----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the top of a group
of messages when the archive-get-immediate command is used.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES,
 BYTE, BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, DATE_NEXT, DATE_PREV, 
 FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, QUOTED, REFS, SIZE,
 SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV,
 TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_none
------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when no messages were found
in the archive.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_part_delete
-------------------
(ALL)  This file indicates that a message body
part has been removed.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MSGNO, PART, USER,
 VICTIM)


archive_part_replace
--------------------
(ALL)  This file indicates that a message body
part has been replaced.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MSGNO, PART, USER,
 VICTIM)


archive_stats
-------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the 
archive-stats command is used.

(standard plus AUTHORS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, FINISH, KILOBYTES,
 POSTS, START, TOTAL_KILOBYTES, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_summary
---------------
(ALL)  This file displays the statistics for one
mailing list when the archive-summary command is used.

(standard plus BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, FILE, LINES, MSGS,
 SIZE, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_summary_foot
--------------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the bottom of the
output when the archive-summary command is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM,
 YEARS)


archive_summary_head
--------------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the top of the 
output when the archive-summary command is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_text_foot
-----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the end of a 
plain text message part.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES, BYTE, 
 BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE_NEXT, 
 DATE_PREV, FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, PART, 
 QUOTED, REFS, SIZE, SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, SUBPART, 
 THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


archive_text_head
-----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed at the beginning
of a plain text message part.

(standard plus ARCHIVE, AUTHOR_NEXT, AUTHOR_PREV, BODY_LINES, BYTE, 
 BYTES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE_NEXT, 
 DATE_PREV, FROM, LINE, LINES, MSGNO, NUMERIC_NEXT, NUMERIC_PREV, PART, 
 QUOTED, REFS, SIZE, SPLIT, SUBJECT, SUBJECT_NEXT, SUBJECT_PREV, SUBPART, 
 THREAD_NEXT, THREAD_PREV, TOTAL_POSTS, USER, VICTIM)


changeaddr
----------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the changeaddr command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, QSADDR, STRIPADDR, USER, VICTIM)


changeaddr_error
----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the changeaddr command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, QSADDR, STRIPADDR, 
 USER, VICTIM)


command
-------
(wwwadm)  This file displays a command form, a simple way to issue commands
that are not otherwise supported by the interface.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


configdef
---------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when a configuration setting is
reset to its default value.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, SETTING, USER)


configdef_error
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when a configuration setting is
not reset to its default value.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, SETTING, USER)


configset
---------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when a configuration setting is
changed.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, SETTING, USER, VALUE)


configset_append
----------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when a configuration setting is
changed by appending additional values.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, SETTING, USER, VALUE)


configset_error
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when the configset command
fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, SETTING, USER, VALUE)


configset_extract
-----------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when a configuration setting is
changed by extracting values.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, SETTING, USER, VALUE)


configshow
----------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays the comments and value of one
configuration setting.  It is used for all of the settings that do
not fall into a more specific category (array, enum, or short;
see below for more details).

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMENT, SETCOMMAND, 
 USER, VALUE, SETTING, LEVEL)


configshow_array
----------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays the comments and value of one
configuration setting.  It is used for all settings that require
an array of values.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMENT, LINES, SETCOMMAND, 
 USER, VALUE, SETTING, LEVEL)


configshow_bool
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays the comments and value of one
configuration setting.  It is used for settings, such as moderate,
that have two possible values, on or off.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMENT, LEVEL, NO
 SETCOMMAND, SETTING, USER, VALUE, YES)


configshow_categories
---------------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays information about one configuration
setting category.

(standard plus CATEGORY, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMENT, COUNT, 
 SETTING, SETTINGS, USER)


configshow_categories_foot
--------------------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays supplemental information after a 
list of configuration setting categories.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


configshow_categories_head
--------------------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays preliminary information before
a list of configuration setting categories.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


configshow_enum
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays the comments and value of one
configuration setting.  It is used for settings, such as subscribe_policy,
that have one of a specific set of values.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHECKED, CMDPASS, COMMENT, SELECTED, 
 SETCOMMAND, SETTINGS, USER, VALUE, SETTING, LEVEL)


configshow_enum_array
---------------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays the comments and value of one
configuration setting.  It is used for settings, such as aliases,
that can take one or more of a specific set of values.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHECKED, CMDPASS, COMMENT, SELECTED, 
 SETCOMMAND, SETTINGS, USER, VALUE, SETTING, LEVEL)


configshow_error
----------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays an error message if the configshow
command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER)


configshow_foot
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays supplementary information at
the bottom of the configshow output.  It is not used in
"categories" mode.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMENT, USER)


configshow_head
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays supplementary information at
the top of the configshow output.  It is not used in "categories"
mode.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMENT, USER)


configshow_none
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays a message indicating that no
visible settings were found.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


configshow_short
----------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays the comments and value of one
configuration setting.  It applies to settings that have short
(numeric or word) values.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMENT, SETCOMMAND, 
 USER, VALUE, SETTING, LEVEL)


createlist
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file indicates that a new list
has been created, and displays information about the list.

(standard plus ALIASES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, INACTIVE, NEWLIST, 
 NOARCHIVE, OWNERS, PASSWORD, USER, WELCOME)


createlist_destroy
------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file indicates that a mailing list
has been destroyed, and displays information about the list.

(standard plus ALIASES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, NEWLIST, USER)


createlist_error
----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays the reasons that a 
list has not been created, destroyed, or renamed.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, NEWLIST, USER)


createlist_nocreate
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays the aliases for
a mailing list.

(standard plus ALIASES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, NEWLIST, USER)


createlist_regen
----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file indicates that the aliases
for every list in a domain have been regenerated.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


createlist_rename
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file indicates that a mailing list
has been renamed, and displays information about the list.

(standard plus ALIASES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, NEWLIST, OLDALIASES,
 OLDLIST, USER)


digest
------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays the number of issues of
a particular digest that were delivered.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, DIGESTNAME, ISSUES, USER)


digest_error
------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the digest
command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER)


digest_foot
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed after the list of
successful deliveries, when the digest-check or digest-force command is
used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


digest_head
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed before the list of
successful deliveries, when the digest-check or digest-force command is
used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


digest_incvol
-------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the
digest-incvol command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


digest_none
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when no issues were
sent, because no digests or messages were ready for delivery.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


digest_status
-------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays a summary of one message
which is awaiting delivery in a particular digest.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, DATE, DESCRIPTION,
 DIGESTNAME, FROM, LAST_RUN, MAX_AGE, MAX_MSGS, MAX_SIZE, MIN_AGE,
 MIN_MSGS, MIN_SIZE, MSGNO, NEWEST_AGE, NEXT_RUN, OLDEST_AGE, SIZE,
 SUBJECT, USER, and others)


digest_status_foot
------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays information about a
particular digest, after the list of messages awaiting delivery in that
digest.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, DESCRIPTION, DIGESTNAME,
 LAST_RUN, MAX_AGE, MAX_MSGS, MAX_SIZE, MIN_AGE, MIN_MSGS, MIN_SIZE,
 NEWEST_AGE, NEXT_RUN, OLDEST_AGE, SIZE, USER)


digest_status_head
------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays information about a
particular digest, before the list of messages awaiting delivery in that
digest.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, DESCRIPTION, DIGESTNAME,
 LAST_RUN, MAX_AGE, MAX_MSGS, MAX_SIZE, MIN_AGE, MIN_MSGS, MIN_SIZE,
 NEWEST_AGE, NEXT_RUN, OLDEST_AGE, SIZE, USER)


error
-----
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays an error message when a
WWW request fails during initialization and sanity checks.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


foot
----
(wwwadm, wwwconfirm, wwwusr)  This file displays supplementary information
at the bottom of every web page.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


foot_global
-----------
(wwwadm)  This file displays supplementary information at the bottom 
of every web page for the ALL, DEFAULT, or GLOBAL list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


get_edit_foot
-------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays command information, either the
end of a put command, or an HTML form, that allows a document
to be edited and replaced easily.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDARGS, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND,
 DESCRIPTION, FILE, FULLPATH, PARENT, PATH, REPLACECMD, USER)


get_edit_head
-------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays command information, either the
beginning of a put command, or an HTML form, that allows a document
to be edited and replaced easily.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDARGS, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND,
 DESCRIPTION, FILE, FULLPATH, PARENT, PATH, REPLACECMD, USER)


get_error
---------
(text, wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays an error when the faq,
get, info, or intro command fails.

(standard plus COMMAND, ERROR, FILE, FULLPATH, PARENT, PATH)


get_foot
--------
(text, wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays supplementary information when
a document is displayed by the faq, get, info, or intro command.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DESCRIPTION, FILE,
 FULLPATH, PARENT, PATH, USER)


get_head
--------
(text, wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays preliminary information when
a document is displayed by the faq, get, info, or intro command.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DESCRIPTION, FILE,
 FULLPATH, PARENT, PATH, USER)


head
----
(wwwadm, wwwconfirm, wwwusr)  This file displays supplementary information
at the top of every web page.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


head_global
-----------
(wwwadm)  This file displays supplementary information at the top of 
every web page for the ALL, DEFAULT, or GLOBAL list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


help_error
----------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the help command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, TOPIC, USER)


help_foot
---------
(ALL)  This file is displayed after the contents of a help document.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOPIC, USER)


help_head
---------
(ALL)  This file is displayed before the contents of a help document.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, TOPIC, USER)


index_binary
------------
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays information about one non-text
file in the file space of a mailing list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE,
 DESCRIPTION, ENCODING, FILE, FULLPATH, LANGUAGE, PARENT, PATH, 
 PERMISSIONS, SIZE, USER, VICTIM)


index_dir
---------
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays information about one directory in 
the file space of a mailing list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE,
 DESCRIPTION, ENCODING, FILE, FULLPATH, LANGUAGE, PARENT, PATH, 
 PERMISSIONS, SIZE, USER, VICTIM)


index_error
-----------
(ALL)  This file displays an error message when the index command does
not succeed immediately.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, PARENT, PATH, 
 USER, VICTIM)


index_foot
----------
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays information at the bottom of a list
of files and directories.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, PARENT, PATH, 
 USER, VICTIM)


index_head
----------
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays information at the top of a list of
files and directories.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PARENT, PATH, USER, VICTIM)


index_none
----------
(ALL)  This file states that a directory in the file space of a mailing
list is empty.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PARENT, PATH, USER, VICTIM)


index_text
----------
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays information about one text file in
the file space of a mailing list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDPASS, CONTENT_TYPE,
 DESCRIPTION, ENCODING, FILE, FULLPATH, LANGUAGE, PARENT, PATH, 
 PERMISSIONS, SIZE, USER, VICTIM)


lists
-----
(ALL)  Displays information about a mailing list when the "full" command
mode is not used.

(standard plus CATEGORY, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, DESCRIPTION, 
 DIGESTS, FLAGS, LIST, PATTERN, POSTS, SUBS, USER, WHOAMI)


lists_aux
---------
(ALL)  Displays information about an auxiliary list.

(standard plus CATEGORY, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, DESCRIPTION, 
 FLAGS, LIST, PATTERN, POSTS, SUBS, USER, WHOAMI)


lists_aux_foot
--------------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the bottom of a
list of auxiliary lists.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, PATTERN, USER)


lists_aux_head
--------------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the top of the
list of auxiliary lists.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


lists_aux_none
--------------
(ALL)  This file indicates that no auxiliary lists were found.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


lists_category
--------------
(ALL)  This file displays each category name
(see "help configset_category" for more details).  It is not
displayed if the "tiny" command mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


lists_enhanced
--------------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the end of the
output when the "enhanced" command mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


lists_error
-----------
(ALL) This file displays an error message if the lists command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


lists_foot
----------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the bottom of the
output.  It is not displayed if the full, compact, or tiny command modes
are used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, PATTERN, USER)


lists_full
----------
(ALL)  This file displays a wealth of information about a mailing list
(name, description, digests, etc.) when the "full" command mode is used.

(standard plus CAN_READ, CATEGORY, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, 
 DESCRIPTION, DIGESTS, FLAGS, LIST, PATTERN, POSTS, SUBS, USER, 
 WHOAMI)


lists_full_foot
---------------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the bottom of the
output when the "full" command mode is used.  It is not displayed when
the "compact" or "tiny" command mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, PATTERN, USER)


lists_full_head
---------------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the top of the
output when the "full" command mode is used. It is not displayed when
the "compact" or "tiny" command mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


lists_head
----------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the top of the
output, but not in full, compact, or tiny mode.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


lists_none
----------
(ALL)  This file indicates that no mailing lists were found.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


logged_in
---------
(wwwusr)  This message indicates that the login was successful.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, ERROR, USER)


login
-----
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays an HTML form that allows
vital information to be entered or changed.  For the wwwadm interface,
a list name and password are requested.  For the wwwusr interface,
an e-mail address and password are requested.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, ERROR,
 EXTRA, USER)


logout
------
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file displays a message indicating that the
logout was successful.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


newlist
-------
(wwwadm)  This file displays a form that allows a mailing list to
be created, renamed, or destroyed.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


password
--------
(ALL)  This file indicates that the personal password has
been mailed to the victim's address.

(standard plus VICTIM)


password_error
--------------
(ALL)  This file indicates that the password command stalled or failed.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHANGED, CMDPASS, QSADDR, STRIPADDR,
 USER, VICTIM)


post
----
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the post command
succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


post_error
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the post command
stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER)


put
---
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when the put command succeeds in
creating or updating a file.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, FILE, FULLPATH, PARENT, 
 PATH, USER)


put_delete
----------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when the put command succeeds in
deleting a file or directory.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, FILE, FULLPATH, PARENT, 
 PATH, USER)


put_dir
-------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when the put command succeeds in
creating or updating a directory.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, FILE, FULLPATH, PARENT, 
 PATH, USER)


put_error
---------
(text, wwwadm)  This file is displayed when the put command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, ERROR, FILE, FULLPATH,
 PARENT, PATH, USER)


register
--------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the register command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER, VICTIM)


register_error
--------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the register command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER, VICTIM)


reject
------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays a summary of the result
when a token is rejected.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DATE, 
 MODE, NOTIFIED, REQUESTER, SESSIONID, TOKEN, USER, VICTIM)


reject_error
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the reject
command fails entirely, or when an individual token which has been 
rejected fails or stalls.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, TOKEN, USER)


report
------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays one event from the log.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DATE, ELAPSED, 
 FINISH, REQUESTER, SESSIONID, START, STATUS, TIME, USER, VICTIM)


report_day
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the beginning
of a group of events for a particular day.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DATE, ELAPSED, 
 FINISH, REQUESTER, SESSIONID, START, STATUS, TIME, USER, VICTIM)


report_error
------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the report
command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, FINISH, START, USER)


report_foot
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed after a list
of events.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, FINISH, START, USER)


report_full
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays one event when the
"report-full" command is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND, DATE, ELAPSED, 
 FINISH, REQUESTER, SESSIONID, START, STATUS, TIME, USER, VICTIM)


report_head
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed before a list
of events.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, FINISH, START, USER)


report_none
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when no
events were found which match the parameters of the report
command.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, FINISH, START, USER)


report_summary
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays statistics for
one command for one mailing list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, COUNT, ELAPSED, 
 FAIL, FINISH, STALL, START, SUCCEED, USER)


report_summary_foot
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the end
of a summary report.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, FINISH, START, USER)


report_summary_head
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the beginning
of a summary report.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, FINISH, START, USER)


report_warning
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when obtaining
a chunk of events results in an error.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, FINISH, START, USER)


sessioninfo_error
-----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the sessioninfo
command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, SESSIONID, USER)


sessioninfo_head
----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed before the
session data if the sessioninfo command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, SESSIONID, USER)


sessioninfo_foot
----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed after the
session data if the sessioninfo command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, SESSIONID, USER)


set
---
(ALL)  This file displays a message indicating that the settings for one
mailing list have been changed.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHANGETIME, CLASS_DESCRIPTIONS, 
 CLASSES, CMDPASS, FULLADDR, PARTIAL, QSADDR, SELECTED, SETTINGS, 
 STRIPADDR, SUBTIME, USER, VICTIM, and others)


set_check
---------
(ALL)  This file displays the current settings for one subscription on
one mailing list.

(standard plus ACKDENY_CHECKBOX and related checkboxes, CGIDATA, CGIURL, 
 CHANGETIME, CLASS_DESCRIPTIONS, CLASSES, CMDPASS, FULLADDR, PARTIAL, 
 QSADDR, SELECTED, SETTINGS, STRIPADDR, SUBTIME, USER, VICTIM, and others)


set_error
---------
(ALL)  This file displays an error message when the set command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHANGETIME, CLASS_DESCRIPTIONS, 
 CLASSES, CMDPASS, PARTIAL, SELECTED, SETTINGS, SUBTIME, USER, 
 VICTIM, and others)


set_foot
--------
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the end of the
output.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, and USER)


set_head
---
(ALL)  This file displays supplementary information at the beginning of
the output.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, and USER)


show
----
(text, wwwusr)  This file displays the data for one mailing list
subscription.

(standard plus ACKDENY_CHECKBOX and related checkboxes, ALIAS, ALIASES, 
 CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHANGETIME, CHECKBOX, CLASS_DESCRIPTIONS, CLASSES, 
 CMDPASS, COUNT, LIST, NUMBERED_BOUNCES, RCHANGETIME, OWNERSHIPS, 
 PASSWORD, QSADDR, REGTIME, SELECTED, SETTINGS, STRIPADDR, SUBLIST, 
 UNNUMBERED_BOUNCES, USER, VICTIM, XFORM and others)


show_error
----------
(text, wwwusr)  This file is displayed if the show command stalls
or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, QSADDR, STRIPADDR,
 USER, VICTIM)


show_foot
---------
(text, wwwusr)  This file displays supplementary data at the bottom
of the output.

(standard plus ALIAS, ALIASES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT,
 RCHANGETIME, OWNERSHIPS, PASSWORD, QSADDR, REGTIME, SETTINGS, 
 STRIPADDR, USER, VICTIM, XFORM and others)


show_head
---------
(text, wwwusr)  This file displays supplementary information at
the top of the output.

(standard plus ALIAS, ALIASES, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT,
 OWNERSHIPS, PASSWORD, QSADDR, RCHANGETIME, REGTIME, SETTINGS, 
 STRIPADDR, USER, VICTIM, XFORM and others)


show_none
---------
(text, wwwusr)  This file is displayed if the address is not subscribed
to any mailing lists.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, QSADDR, STRIPADDR, USER, VICTIM)


showtokens
----------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays preliminary information for the tokens for
a particular mailing list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


showtokens_all
--------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays a summary of all of the tokens
displayed.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, USER)


showtokens_data
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays data for a single token.

(standard plus ADATE, ATYPE, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, COMMAND,
 DATE, ERROR, LIST, REQUESTER, SIZE, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM)


showtokens_error
----------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays an error message if the showtokens
command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER)


showtokens_foot
---------------
(wwwadm)  This file displays supplementary information at the bottom
of the output.  It is used by the wwwadm interface to allow tokens
for more than one list to be displayed at one time.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


showtokens_head
---------------
(wwwadm)  This file displays supplementary information at the top
of the output.  It is used by the wwwadm interface to allow tokens
for more than one list to be displayed at one time.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COMMAND, USER)


showtokens_none
---------------
(text, wwwadm)  This file displays a message that no tokens were found.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


sublist
-------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays information about 
an existing sublist.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, DESCRIPTION, POSTS, SUBS, USER)


sublist_create
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when a new sublist is
created.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


sublist_destroy
-------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when a sublist is
destroyed.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


sublist_error
-------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays an error message when the
sublist command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER)


subscribe
---------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the subscribe command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER, VICTIM)


subscribe_error
--------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the subscribe command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER, VICTIM)


subscribe_none
--------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the register, subscribe, unregister,
or unsubscribe command does not generate any results.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER)


tokeninfo_attachment
--------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays summary information
about any message body part which is not plain text, a container type
(such as multipart/mixed) or an image.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, 
 CONSULT, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, PART, REASONS, 
 TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_container
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays summary information 
about a message body part which is a container type (such as
multipart/related).

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, 
 CONSULT, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, PART, REASONS, 
 TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_delete
----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file indicates that a message body
part has been removed.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_edit_foot
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays the closing tags to
allow a message body part or its headers to be edited and replaced.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, PART, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, 
 VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_edit_head
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays a command line or HTML
form that allows a message body part or its headers to be edited and
replaced.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, PART, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, 
 VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_error
---------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays an error message when the tokeninfo
command fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER)


tokeninfo_foot
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information 
at the bottom of the output.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_foot_post
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information 
at the end of a posted message. 

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_head
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information 
at the top of the output.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_head_post
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information 
at the top of a posted message.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_header
----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays basic message headers,
such as From, Subject, To, Cc, and Date.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS,
 CONSULT, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN,
 TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_image
---------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays summary information about
an image attachment to a posted message.  In the WWW interfaces, the 
image is displayed inline.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS,
 CONSULT, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, PART, REASONS,
 TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_nosession
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays basic information about
a stalled command or posted message.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_remind
----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file indicates that a token reminder
has been sent to a particular e-mail address.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_replace
-----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file indicates that the contents of
part of a posted message have been changed.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDLINE, CMDPASS, CONSULT, 
 DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_text_foot
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the end of a 
plain text message part.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS,
 CONSULT, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, REASONS, TOKEN,
 TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


tokeninfo_text_head
-------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the beginning
of a plain text message part.

(standard plus APPROVALS, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHARSET, CMDLINE, CMDPASS,
 CONSULT, CONTENT_TYPE, DATE, ERROR, EXPIRE, ISPOST, PART, REASONS,
 TOKEN, TYPE, USER, VICTIM, WILLACK)


unalias
-------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the unalias command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER, VICTIM)


unalias_error
-------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the unalias command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER, VICTIM)


unregister
----------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the unregister command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER, VICTIM)


unregister_error
----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the unregister command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER, VICTIM)


unsubscribe
-----------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the unsubscribe command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, USER, VICTIM)


unsubscribe_error
-----------------
(ALL)  This file is displayed when the unsubscribe command stalls or
fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, USER, VICTIM)


welcome
-------
(wwwadm, wwwconfirm, wwwusr)  This file displays basic instructions 
for the use of each WWW interface.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, COMMAND, CMDPASS, USER)


welcome_choose_email
--------------------
(wwwadm, wwwusr)  This file asks for an e-mail address when a command
that requires an address is issued without one.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, COMMAND, CMDPASS, EXTRA, USER)


welcome_choose_list
-------------------
(wwwusr)  This file asks for a list name when a command that requires
a list name is issued without one.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, COMMAND, CMDPASS, EXTRA, USER)


welcome_global
--------------
(wwwadm)  This file displays basic instructions for the use of the
wwwadm interface for the ALL, DEFAULT, or GLOBAL list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, COMMAND, CMDPASS, USER)


welcome_showtokens
------------------
(wwwadm)  This file displays basic instructions for the use of 
the showtokens command in the wwwadm interface.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, COMMAND, CMDPASS, USER)


which
-----
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm) This file is displayed to indicate a
mailing list in which some matching addresses were found

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, LIST, PATTERN, USER)


which_data
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed to show one
matching e-mail address.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, LIST, PATTERN, QSADDR,
 STRIPADDR, USER)


which_error
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the 
which command fails or stalls.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, ERROR, PATTERN, USER)


which_foot
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the bottom
of the results when the which command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, COUNT, PATTERN, USER)


which_head
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed at the top of
the results when the which command succeeds.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


which_none
----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when no matches
are found for the search pattern.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, PATTERN, USER)


which_warning
-------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file is displayed when the results
contain a warning.  The most common warning is that the match limit
for a particular mailing list has been exceeded.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CMDPASS, ERROR, LIST, 
 PATTERN, USER)


who
---
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays the address and other
data for one subscription to a mailing list.  This file is not displayed
if the export command mode is used.

(standard plus CLASSDESC, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CHUNKSIZE, CLASS, CLASS_DESCRIPTIONS, 
 CLASS_SELECTED, CLASSDESC, CLASSES, CMDPASS, FLAGS, FLAGDESC, FULLADDR, 
 LASTCHANGE, PATTERN, QSADDR, REMOVE, SETTING_CHECKED, SETTING_SELECTED, 
 SETTINGS, START, USER and others)


who_alias
---------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays information about one
alias.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MODE, PATTERN, QSADDR, REMOVE, 
 SOURCE, START, TARGET, USER)


who_alias_foot
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information
at the bottom of the output.  This file is not displayed if the export
or short command mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, MODE, NEXT, PATTERN,
PREVIOUS, REMOVE, START, USER)


who_alias_head
--------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information
at the top of the list of aliases.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MODE, PATTERN, REMOVE, START, USER)


who_error
---------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays an error message if the
who command stalls or fails.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, MODE, PATTERN, REMOVE, 
 START, USER)


who_foot
--------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information
at the bottom of the output.  This file is not displayed if the export
or short command mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, MODE, NEXT, PATTERN,
PREVIOUS, REMOVE, START, USER)


who_head
--------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information
at the top of the output.  This file is not displayed if the export or
short command mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MODE, PATTERN, REMOVE, START, USER)


who_none
--------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays an error message if the
who command returns no addresses.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, ERROR, MODE, PATTERN, REMOVE, 
 START, USER)


who_registry
------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays data for one registry
entry.  It is used only for the GLOBAL pseudo-list.  This file is not
displayed if the export or short command mode is used.

(standard plus CANON, CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, FULLADDR, LASTCHANGE, LISTS,
 MODE, PATTERN, QSADDR, REMOVE, START, STRIPADDR, USER and others)


who_registry_foot
-----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information
at the bottom of the output.  It is used only for the GLOBAL
pseudo-list.  This file is not displayed if the export or short command
mode is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, COUNT, MODE, NEXT, PATTERN,
 PREVIOUS, REMOVE, START, USER)


who_registry_summary
--------------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays a table of mailing 
lists and the number of subscribers in each list.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, LISTS, MODE, PATTERN, REMOVE, 
 START, SUBS, TOTAL, USER)


who_registry_head
-----------------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays supplementary information
at the top of the output.  It is used only for the GLOBAL pseudo-list.
This file is not displayed if the alias, export, or short command mode
is used.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CMDPASS, MODE, PATTERN, REMOVE, START, USER)


who_summary
-----------
(text, wwwadm, wwwconfirm)  This file displays a table of delivery
classes and the number of subscribers in each class.

(standard plus CGIDATA, CGIURL, CLASS, CMDPASS, MODE, PATTERN, REMOVE, 
 START, SUBS, TOTAL, USER)


See Also:
   help admin_domain
   help admin_documents
   help error_files
   help reply_files
   help variables

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