Commit 4a7205ca authored by Nina's avatar Nina

Highlight keywords

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These keywords must be send to `foo-request@hostname`. They are used to get information about the list, its subscribers and keys, or to change that information.
x-list-subscriptions
**x-list-subscriptions**
: List all subscriptions.
x-subscribe: person@example.org 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
**x-subscribe:** person@example.org 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
: Subscribe the given address and assign it the given OpenPGP-fingerprint.
x-unsubscribe: person@example.org
**x-unsubscribe:** person@example.org
: Unsubscribe the given address. It is not possible to unsubscribe the last admin of a list.
x-set-fingerprint: 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
**x-set-fingerprint:** 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
: Assign the key with the given fingerprint to your subscription. It is not possible to set an empty fingerprint. To unset a fingerprint use `x-unset-fingerprint`.
x-set-fingerprint: person@example.org 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
**x-set-fingerprint:** person@example.org 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
: Assign the key with the given fingerprint to the given subscription. This variant of this command may only be used by list-admins. To unset a fingerprint use `x-unset-fingerprint`.
x-unset-fingerprint: person@example.org
**x-unset-fingerprint:** person@example.org
: Remove the fingerprint associated with a given subscription.
x-list-keys
**x-list-keys**
: Lists all public keys known to the list. To see only keys that match a given string, use `x-list-keys: something`.
x-add-key:
**x-add-key:**
: Import the attachments or the rest of the email-body into the list's keyring. Only ascii-armored keys are supported.
x-delete-key: 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
**x-delete-key:** 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
: Delete the key with the given fingerprint from the list's keyring.
x-get-key: 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
**x-get-key:** 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
: Export the key with the given fingerprint from the list's keyring.
x-fetch-key: 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
**x-fetch-key:** 0x12345678DEADBEEF12345678DEADBEEF12345678
: Fetch the key with the given fingerprint from a keyserver and import it into the list's keyring. (This works only if a keyserver has been configured by the provider.)
This keyword must be send to the normal list-address: `foo@hostname`.
x-attach-listkey:
**x-attach-listkey:**
: Attachs the public key of the list. This might be useful for example after the setup of a new list, to distribute the public key of the list to all subscribers.
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The resending-keywords must be included in messages sent to the normal list-address: `foo@hostname`.
x-attach-listkey:
**x-attach-listkey:**
: Attachs the public key of the list. Probably most useful in combination with x-resend.
x-resend: someone@example.org
**x-resend:** someone@example.org
: Send the message to the given address, encrypted if possible, otherwise in the clear.
x-resend-encrypted-only: someone@example.org
**x-resend-encrypted-only:** someone@example.org
: Send the message to the given address only if it could be encrypted. Can be abbreviated to `x-resend-enc`.
x-resend-unencrypted: someone@example.org
**x-resend-unencrypted:** someone@example.org
: Send the message to the given address without encrypting it. You can use this keyword to make schleuder skip looking for a matching key for this address and enforce sending the email out in the clear.
x-resend-cc: someone@example.org anotherperson@example.org
**x-resend-cc:** someone@example.org anotherperson@example.org
: Send one message to all of the given addresses in Cc, so they get to know of each other (encrypted if possible, otherwise in the clear).
x-resend-cc-encrypted-only: someone@example.org
**x-resend-cc-encrypted-only:** someone@example.org
: Send one message to all of the given addresses in Cc, so they get to know of each other, only if it could be encrypted to all of those addresses. Can be abbreviated to `x-resend-cc-enc.`
x-resend-cc-unencrypted: someone@example.org
**x-resend-cc-unencrypted:** someone@example.org
: Send one unencrypted message to all of the given addresses in Cc, so they get to know of each other. We skip looking for any key and will just send out the email in the clear.
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