[Evolution] Proposed Outline for Documentation

OK-- here's my proposed outline of the documentation.  please let me
know if there are any features i have left out, or if you
disagree with the structure.

0: Preface, acknowledgements, feedback, license, etc.

1: Introduction
   a) What is Evolution?
   b) What can Evolution do for me?
   c) How this guide is structured: A tour for part II, a reference for
part III, and some of each in part IV

2: Using Evolution: A guided tour for everybody
   a)The Evolution main menu-- what's this? and other questions.
  i. Activating different components
  ii. How many components?  You mean they'll add more?
  iii. You mean I could add more?
   b)The Mailer /*note that config is covered in the config
  i. Getting and sending mail: as easy as
     also see "contact-manager" on the creation of mailing lists
  ii. Organizing your mail: folders
  iii. Getting really organized: Searches and vFolders
  iv. Staying Organized: Filters and Actions
  <note> (see "calendar-automation" and "contact-automation" for more on
this, and "advanced-scripting" for
  tricky stuff </note>
   c)The Calendar:
  i.  Scheduling your own appointments
  ii. Scheduling appointments with others, and letting them schedule
with you
  iii.I've got how long to get to that meeting? Reminders and scripting
  iv. Do it for me: Appointments by mail, and automating the appointment
   d)Contact Manager:
   i. It's all in the cards: Various kinds of cards explained
   ii. Creating new cards.
   ii. Play for keeps: sharing cards, not sharing cards
   iii. Do it for me: Cards by mail and other automation
   iv. "Map it!" and other additional features.
   e)GNOME-Pilot and LDAP:  Getting In Sync with No Strings Attached:
   i. Once you set it up, it's automatic.  GNOMEPilot works with other
apps too.
   ii. See configuration reference for conflict resolution with calendar
and contact-manager

3: Configuring Evolution: A Reference for administrators and power users

   a)General Preferences:
 i.   appearance
 ii.  Sounds
 iii. startup
 iv.  scripting on/off
 v.   Hours in a day and days in a week: Time display.
   b)Mail Preferences:
 i.    Identities
 ii.   Servers
 iii.  autocheck
 iv.   forwarding,
 v.    formatting
 vi.   Copies, drafts & templates
 vii.  Return Recipts
 viii. Disk Space
 ix.   Display of data from cards and calendar
   c)Calendar Preferences:
    i.   Shared dates
 ii.  Scheduling permission: Who can pencil whom in?
 iii. Alarms
 iv:  To-To lists
   d)Contact Preferences: Shared cards, Cards with multiple addresses,
 i.  Shared cards
 ii. Cards with multiple addresses
  e)Synchronization: GNOME-Pilot and LDAP
 i.  Conflict resolution with the calendar and contact manager
 ii. Auto-synch

/*Sect IV to be added for later versions, or put into seperate book
"Evolution Developer's Guide" */
4: Advanced Scripting and Actions: A Guide and Reference for Power users
and Hackers
   a) Introduction to actions and scripting
   b) Guide
       i.   Scripting your filters: "When I get email from my boss, page
       ii.  Promiscuous Interfacing: Bonobo Controls and Evolution
       iii. Getting really 31337: Scripting integration with Perl, tcl
and so forth
   c) Reference: What interfaces does Evolution Expose to my script?

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